Competitors with some of the quickest hands in the world will converge in Kissimmee this weekend for a chance to become a world champion.The World Sport Stacking Championships will bring together more than 200 stackers from 16 countries for top bragging rights in several divisions.Stackers range in age from 67 years old to as young as 4."A lot of the kids practice more than 2 hours a day," Team USA stacking coach Pola Metz said.The championships are 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Sunday at the Embassy Suites Orlando in Kissimmee.The event is free to the public."It's going to be cup crazy, and we invite you to come see what sport stacking is all about," World Sport Stacking Association spokeswoman Jill Fox said.For more information, go to the World Sport Stacking Association's website.
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