Oregon Man Recognized For Swimming While Juggling It's called swuggling — like swimming and juggling. In his attempt to break a Guinness World Record, Bob Evans juggled five balls 101 times while swimming. The attempt is being verified.

Oregon Man Recognized For Swimming While Juggling

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. So many of us are multitasking these days more than usual - helping kids with online school while on a conference call, starting dinner while you finish up work. For one Oregon man, it's swimming while juggling - literal juggling, not the figurative work-from-home kind. It's called swuggling (ph), like swimming and juggling. Get it? And Bob Evans just broke a Guinness World Record for juggling five balls 101 times while swimming backwards. It's MORNING EDITION.

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