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Connor Scholten

Connor Scholten performing at a Vaudeville show in Cleveland, Ohio.

Connor Scholten is a two-time U.S. National 2A Champion. He started yo-yoing in 1997 and has been an active competitor ever since 2004.

In addition to being a national champion and placing fifth in two separate divisions of the World Yo-Yo Contest, he also teaches people how to yo-yo, mentors yo-yo players for competition, is experienced as a club organizer as well as a yo-yo performer in Michigan, and is an IYYF judge.

Although his favorite recognized styles of yo-yoing are 2A and 4A, he is competent in all five of them, and would regularly compete in contests in all the divisions at once (Called Iron Man-ing a contest).

Connor was first sponsored by Infinite Illusions/YoYoGuy.com from 2009 to 2012. His interest in teaching people how to yo-yo then led him to employment at YoTricks from 2012 to 2016. Of which many videos would star him including their advanced 1A tricks, as well as 2A and 4A tutorials. Connor announced his plans to retire from competition yoyoing in 2023.

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  • Illinois State Yo-Yo Contest - 2A Division - 2nd Place
  • PA State Yoyo Contest - 1A Division - 10th Place
  • PA State Yoyo Contest - 2A Division - 1st Place
  • PA State Yoyo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • PA State Yoyo Contest - 5A Division - 1st Place
  • Grand Rapids Got Talent - 1st Place

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  • Michigan State Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 4th Place
  • Michigan State Yo-Yo Contest - Sport Ladder - 4th Place
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