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A World Yo-Yo Champion and yo-yo legend, Jennifer has performed and performed in 15 countries and 33 states. At the age of 17, she became the first girl to win the World Yo-Yo Championship title.

Born and raised in Vermont, Jennifer's yo-yo career began at the age of eight. Through years of practice, determination, and passion for excellence, Jennifer quickly rose to be one of the top yo-yo players in the world. She was recognized by the Vermont State Senate and Hawaii Senate for being a positive role model to youth. Her story, an inspiration to both children and adults, is the story of taking a different life path that leads to a world of opportunity and the vision for our Imagine assembly program.

Jennifer has been featured in over 200 print publications and T.V. programs worldwide! Below are highlights of her accomplishments.

Jennifer Baybrook


Jennifer Baybrook 

Media Coverage Highlights
  • Good Morning America 
    The Today Show 
    Fox Kids!
    Sports Illustrated 
    U.S. Airways Attaché Magazine
    Girl's Life 
    TIME Magazine for Kids 
    Associated Press
    The Los Angeles Times
    The Chicago Tribune
    The Boston Globe
    South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Media Coverage

2000 National Yo-yo Master 
1998 World Yo-Yo Champion 
1997 National Yo-Yo Champion 
Honored by the Hawaii State Senate 
Honored by the Vermont State Senate 
1999 World Precision Team Bronze Medalist 
1997 World Yo-Yo Champion Bronze Medalist 
1992 World Yo-Yo Champion Bronze Medalist

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