I’m always keen to take on greater challenges in life. As much as I know I will go through failure occasionally, I’ll always get back and prove to myself that I have the potential to excel and strive in the things I do. Here’s to a new chapter here in this cafe
It’s always a great feeling to hit the freestyle the way you want it to. This should be my favourite freestyle I have done as of now. Here’s to more epic freestyles ahead! (full freestyle is in my bio!) #JOYC2017
I got 3rd place in the Japan Open Yo-yo Championship 2017 in the DS division.
I am so happy to be able to meet so many great Japanese players and to hang out with some of my favourite players (Dont worry, I still didn’t forget the non-Japanese players and friends. You guys are awesome as well ) I am also extremely happy with the outcome of my freestyle and I am glad that many enjoyed my freestyle as well. (Link in bio)
JOYC is definitely one of my favourite competitions to attend and I really hope more people worldwide attend future JOYCs. Thank you to all my Japanese friends who took care of me during the competition. I hope to see you all at AP/Shanghai 2018.
Just wanted to end this with something I’ve learnt throughout the 2 days. ‘No matter how talented we are in something, always remember that we are all still human.’ Much love,
Thawhir Iqbal #JOYC2017
I would like to thank @instagram for the opportunity to share my passion and story on the main page. I hope that more people worldwide get to know more about modern yo-yoing.
Thawhir Iqbal #Repost@instagram (@get_repost)
On our story: yo-yo champion Thawhir Iqbal (@thawhir) — and his friends Ian (@iansorandom) and Marcus (@marcusk0h) — show off their skills in Singapore. “Apart from winning competitions, the best part of yo-yoing is to be able to make friends and connections with other people who share the same passion as me worldwide,” says 19-year-old Thawhir, who is a six-time Singapore national champion. “I do love to share my passion to non-yo-yo players whenever they ask about it. It makes me happy when I see the amazement on their faces when I showcase to them what modern yo-yoing looks like.”
I’m so excited to be leaving Singapore in less than 12 hours to compete at the Japan Open Yo-yo Championships 2017! Looking forward to meet up with old friends and make new ones as well! See you at JOYC!! #furansupankobo#majulahsingapura
Throwback to AP2017 because I still miss everyone. Happy birthday @hjm_mur / @hajime_family !! Looking forward to meet up and play 3A with you again at JOYC2017! Here’s a blooper while trying to film a trick together