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Jennifer Baybrook
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Alias Yo-Yo Princess
Resides Miami, FL
Affiliation Team High Performance (former)
Team YoYoJam
YoYoStyle 2A
Playing Since 1980s
Known for 1st female to win World Yo-Yo Contest

Jennifer Baybrook, also known as the "Yo-Yo Princess", is a player from Hawaii who was a member of Team YoYoJam and a former member of Team High Performance. Jennifer is a U.S. National Yo-Yo Master and the first female to win both the U.S. National Yo-Yo Contest (1997) and World Yo-Yo Contest (1998), both in the 2A Division. With these victories, she also became the first person to hold both titles simultaneously.

Jennifer had appeared on many TV shows including Wanna Bet? and The Steve Harvey Show. During her Wanna Bet? episode she, along with Ken Russell (son of Jack Russell), and Joseph Harris, attempted unsuccessfully to light 100 matches doing loops within 2 minutes.

Jennifer had two YoYoJam signature series yo-yos, the Matador and the Relic. In the past, she also had a signature edition of the classic Hummingbird Trickster.

Signature Yo-yos



  • Earned National Yo-Yo Master title


  • 1998 World Yo-Yo Contest - DH - 1st Place


  • 1997 U.S. National Yo-Yo Contest - 2A - 1st Place
  • 1997 World Yo-Yo Contest - 2A - 3rd Place
  • 1997 Hawaii State Yo-Yo Contest - 2A - 3rd Place


  • 1992 World Yo-Yo Contest - 2A - 3rd Place


  • In a certain respect, Jennifer having two signature yo-yos of separate playing styles (1A and looping/2A) is a similar case to Bill de Boisblanc also having two signature yo-yos, one for 1A and one for looping/2A, the B de B Freestyle and B de B Trajectory.

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