YoyoExpert's People's Choice Awards 2014 - RESULTS!


#1

Here are the top 3 selections for each category:

Yoyo Country of the Year:

  1. USA (48%)
  2. Czech Republic (30%)
  3. Japan (22%)

Player Team of the Year:

  1. YoYoFactory (50%)
  2. CLYW (33%)
  3. yoyorecreation (13%)

Yoyo Company of the Year:

  1. OneDrop (31%)
  2. CLYW, YoyoFactory (26%)
  3. Turning Point (9%)

New Yoyo Manufacturer of the Year:

  1. 2SickYoyos, Tropic Spins (29%)
  2. Whimsy (12%)
  3. SorryYoyos, Radical Seas, Fluid Print, YoyoWorkshop, 44RPM (6%)

Yoyo of the Year:

  1. OneDrop Markmont Classic (20%)
  2. yoyorecreation Draupnir (15%)
  3. YoYoFactory Cypher, YoYoFactory Space Cowboy (10%)

Yoyo Video of the Year:

  1. 10 000 HOURS | World Yoyo Contest 2014 (47%)
  2. CLYW Presents - Bonfire, Revival - Chapter 1 (9%)
  3. (too long of a list to post)

Contest Freestyle of the Year:

  1. Zach Gormley @ 2014 US Nationals (29%)
  2. Gentry Stein @ 2014 WYYC, Paul Kerbel @ 2014 WYYC (9%)
  3. Takeshi Matsuura @ 2014 Japan Nationals (8%)

Yoyo Contest Moment of the Year:

  1. Vashek Kroutil @ 2014 WYYC (23%)
  2. Hajime Miura Winning Worlds 3A (12%)
  3. Gentry Stein Winning Worlds 1A (11%)

Yoyo Player of the Year:

  1. Takeshi Matsuura (35%)
  2. Zach Gormley (34%)
  3. Gentry Stein (15%)

Rookie of the Year:

  1. Evan Gronberg (25%)
  2. Adrian Velez, Hajime Miura, Mark Wendt (19%)
  3. Daniel Kim, Zach Gustafson, Kazuya Murata (6%)

Most Inspirational Player of the Year:

  1. Hajime Miura (29%)
  2. Jensen Kimmitt (14%)
  3. Charles Haycock (12%)

Congratulations to all the winners. Thanks to all who voted.


#2

Haijime Miura is a… Rookie… ???


#3

Rookie meaning, “first year he has made himself known” in a way.


#4

Of course a site with 90% USA residents would choose the USA as the best ::slight_smile:


(Owen) #5

haha yeah we need the yoyonews’s to get in on this so we can have a larger variety of yoyoerz voting.


#6

You know what, I might send them this so they get something going like this for next year. Thanks for the idea.

They only won by 18%