Inside the World Of Sign Spinning

Once just a low-wage job for teenagers outside of sandwich spots, sign-spinning is now a fleshed-out and fiercely competitive sport.   Twenty-year old Kendric Washington isn’t able to fully describe the maneuver that earned him AArrow’s 2018 sign-spinning world championship, but he’s willing to try. It starts with a back handspring, with the cardboard in…

Freestyle Friday Features Grahm Greenemeier

Grahm Makes his First Appearance on Freestyle Friday Friday We are back again with our segment of Freestyle Friday. This time we are featuring AArrow Denver All-star, Grahm Greenemeier. Showcasing his technical and smooth style, Grahm is the definition of a smooth operator. Grahm definitely solidifies Denver’s reputation of producing some of the best sign spinners in the…

Freestyle Fridays: Tique Gardner

Tique Garner Brings the Heat in this Freestyle Friday Once again we are back with the newest installment of Freestyle Friday. This time around we have, AArrow All-Star Tique Gardner from AArrow Denver dropping some serious heat. Although Tique didn’t compete in the 2018 World Sign Spinning Championships his skills are on par with some of the…

Soren Knauft Wins the First Ever German Sign Spinning Championship!

German Sign Spinning reaches new heights Sign spinning continues to make its mark internationally. In recent years, spinners from Korea, Germany, and Croatia have claimed top 10 finishes at the World Sign Spinning Championships. For the first time, AArrow Germany held the German Sign Spinning championship and believe me its something you don’t want to…