Juggling for an ‘Extremely’ Good Cause

10 November 2015
Comedy juggler to meet his ultimate challenge at Better Extreme Barking

An Australian juggler who is undertaking a 365 day, global juggling challenge in aid of Cancer Research, will be visiting Better Extreme at Barking Sporthouse on Thursday 3pm-5pm, 12th November as part of his fundraising mission.

Comedy juggler James Bustar has set himself the challenge of juggling 365 different objects in 365 different places across the World during a 12 month period. He is currently in the UK and will be visiting East London’s newest Extreme Sports venue this week.

Managers at the venue, which is run by charitable social enterprise GLL, have challenged James to juggle while trampolining, skateboarding and BMXing in order to test his juggling abilities to the limit.

The 29 year old funny-man, who juggles professionally across Australia and Europe, wanted to do something unique and fun while helping to raise awareness and support for Australia’s Cancer Council and Cancer Research UK.

Since commencing his challenge on the 26th of September, 2015 – James has juggled everything from clocks and swords to matchbox cars and even children – inviting followers on FacebookInstagram and Twitter to nominate what he should juggle next.

James has set an ambitious goal of raising $10,000 setting up a fundraising profile on JustGiving to amplify his fundraising efforts. He’s been sharing the link on Facebook and Twitter to direct family, friends and fans to the site to show him support.