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Meet nine-year-old Andrew Dale. Andrew is a champion cup stacker.
The game uses 12 cups and contestants are to stack them in a couple of different ways.
Andrew just won the world's championship in his age division.
His parents wondered at first where their cups from the kitchen were going to and finally bought in to Andrew's talents.
"Now we have him in the bat cave” Andrew's dad Mark said. “We've created this whole separate room for him where he can do this stuff and the rest of us can live normal.”
“We didn't have any life because he was moving room to room the dining table, he wanted people to watch him," Andrew's mother Kate said.
Andrew beat his competition by three seconds overall, stacking the cups in under seven and a half seconds.
Andrew will be competing in another tournament in Detroit in July.
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