More than 120 Participants Took Part in Presidential Tire Flip Challenge

November 10, 2020

Oberlin Athletics

a student flips a large truck tire.
Photo credit: Jack Lichtenstien ’23

Each competitor was allotted one minute to flip the tire as many times as they could. At the end of the four hour event, 2,062 flips were made for an average of 16.8 per round.

The male who recorded the most flips was senior track and field athlete Connor Hibbard with 31. First-year track and field thrower Abby Cannon and sophomore softball player Kathryn Beeman tied atop the women's list of participants with 22 flips each.

Read more about the event and see a video compilation on GoYeo's web page .

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