This is a list of juggling world records for solo juggling of clubs, balls, rings and bouncing balls as well as the two person passing records for each of these props.
The records for each section are split into three groups.
The "most official" record with each number. These records can be proved only by video evidence, either available to the general public or to the members of the Juggling Information Service Committee on Numbers Juggling (JISCON).
The "unofficial" record with each number, where the record is equal to or beats the official record. These are usually personal claims by the named juggler, often with witnesses. It should be remembered that it is notoriously difficult to accurately count catches for any attempt beyond a flash without resorting to slowed down video footage.
Records with lower numbers of props. These records can last anywhere from 20 minutes to 12 hours so video evidence, even if it exists, is not easily available for anyone to check. These records are included when validated by organizations such as Guinness World Records.
Notes on defining the props:
Balls, which include beanbags, must be roughly spherical objects.
Clubs, which include sticks and batons, must be long, roughly cylindrical objects.
Rings, which include plates and hoops, must be flat, roughly circular objects.