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Emily Fox (born April 23, 1987) is the previous world record holder at sport stacking. She set the overall world record in the cycle (7.43 seconds) in April of 2002 and the 3-6-3 (2.72 seconds). However, in 2008, her cycle record was beaten (by Steven Purugganan from America with a time of 6.21 seconds). Her 3-6-3 record was also broken in 2007 by Timo Reuhl of Germany with a time of 2.57 seconds. She has appeared on several television shows, including The Ellen DeGeneres Show and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, to demonstrate her skills.

Emily is the oldest child of Bob Fox, the founder of Speed Stacks, and grew up in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Her two brothers, Kit and Brennan, are also successful at sport stacking.

Fox is also a skilled basketball player. In her senior year at ThunderRidge high school she led the team to a number 7 finish in the USA Today high school national poll and was named a Parade Magazine high school All-American. She played college basketball for the University of Minnesota. In her four years she averaged 11.7 points per game. In April 2009 she was drafted in the third round of the WNBA draft by the Minnesota Lynx. In 2007 she was a member of the gold medal winning basketball team at the Pan American Games.[1]

Medal record
Women's Basketball
Competitor for  United States
Pan American Games
Gold 2007 Brazil Team Competition

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