- About Us
- Local Savings
- Green Editions
- Legal Notices
- Weekly Ads
Federal Way's Ansotigue, McDowell compete at World Sport Stacking championships
Federal Way residents John Ansotigue and Ezekiel McDowell posted impressive finishes at the World Sport Stacking Association Championships April 6-7 in Orlando, Fla.
The event is the pinnacle for international competitors vying for the fastest times stacking and unstacking plastic cups in various patterns. The event features individual, doubles and team competitions.
Ansotigue, a physical education teacher at Evergreen Heights Elementary, who organizes local sport stacking events, made the most of his first time competing in the sport. He set a world record in the 3-6-3 team-timed relay. Ansotigue also was first in the 3-3-3, second in the 3-6-3 and first in the cycle events for his age division. Ansotigue was competing in the senior 60-and-older age division.
McDowell competed in the 15-16 male category in Orlando. McDowell finished up in sixth-place overall in the 3-6-3 world sport stacking championships in a time of 2.499 seconds. McDowell also was sixth in the 3-6-3 team competition in a time of 16.835.