No? Well it’s a sport where contestants race to be the first to stack a predetermined number of cups in a predetermined arrangement, and then “down stack” or unstack them. More than a hobby, stacking has become an international phenomenon that has risen to the level of a Junior Olympics event.
There’s even a World Sport Stacking Association that holds sanctioned competitions and sponsors an annual Stack Up! challenge to break the the association’s world record for “The Most People Stacking at Multiple Locations.”
This year, a group of fifth graders at Ridgecrest at Elementary School in Cottonwood Heights joined stackers from around in the globe — Hungary, Germany, Israel, South Korea, New Zealand, Colombia and Taiwan — in attempting to break the 2019 record of 638,503 stackers. The goal this year is to have 645,000 stackers.
There’s no word yet from the association as to whether the record was broken.