Everyone can go ahead and stop posting their attempt at the toilet paper juggling challenge because Howard University women's soccer has officially won.
In a video posted Thursday, 23 members of the team can be seen juggling a roll of toilet paper and continuously passing it off to their teammates off-screen.
When practice goes online #Howard #Soccer #RestoreTheOrder #HU #BleedBlue #HBCU #ncaasoccer #juggling #touches #toiletpaperchallenge #stayathomechallenge #socialdistancing #quarantine@HowardU @HUBisonSports @NCAASoccer pic.twitter.com/VrjxSNyFw4— Howard University Women's Soccer (@HowardWSoccer) March 27, 2020
In the age of coronavirus, social distancing and owning toilet paper rolls are some of the most prominent aspects of the pandemic. This particular toilet paper challenge combines them in a fun way.
The toilet paper challenge began when bored pro athletes challenged each other to juggle a roll of toilet paper ten times in a row without it falling to the ground. Lionel Messi was one of the first to do it and the internet, as it does, took the idea and ran with it.
It was fun to watch all the videos while the challenge lasted, but as we've already said, Howard has won this one.
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