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Yoshi Mikamoto of Lomita has two yo-yo's going simultaneously as he competes in the 2A Division at the 2010 National Yo-Yo Contest. He finished fourth with a score of 55.50. Over eight hours, the possibilities were strung out onstage. Some players were the picture of frozen focus, barely moving their bodies as their hands moved at warp speed, executing loops and whirls, whips and hooks, slacks and suicides.
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( Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times )

Yoshi Mikamoto of Lomita has two yo-yo's going simultaneously as he competes in the 2A Division at the 2010 National Yo-Yo Contest. He finished fourth with a score of 55.50. Over eight hours, the possibilities were strung out onstage. Some players were the picture of frozen focus, barely moving their bodies as their hands moved at warp speed, executing loops and whirls, whips and hooks, slacks and suicides.
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