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* In the 2019 qualifiers, Team Primary stumbled over some trash thrown by Limers fans. This caused major disagreements and the referee had to tell the Limers fans not to do this stuff. This led to Team Primary begging the referee for a do-over. The referee said no, and then the Raspberry Racers made fun of Team Primary and how they got last. This led to a major fistfight between Team Primary and Raspberry Racers fans and they both got banned from the stadium.
 
* In the 2019 qualifiers, Team Primary stumbled over some trash thrown by Limers fans. This caused major disagreements and the referee had to tell the Limers fans not to do this stuff. This led to Team Primary begging the referee for a do-over. The referee said no, and then the Raspberry Racers made fun of Team Primary and how they got last. This led to a major fistfight between Team Primary and Raspberry Racers fans and they both got banned from the stadium.
 
* In the balancing event for 2019, the launcher for the Balls of Chaos was about to launch when the referee got hit by it. He was okay though.
 
 
* In the Relay Race for 2019, Wispy from the Midnight Wisps was destroying the Lego block for Wospy to go. Wispy did this because he wanted to stop Rezzy from the Raspberry Racers from moving on. The Midnight Wisps were later disqualified from the event.
 
 
* In the Hurdles event for 2019, a fan was upset that his favorite team didn’t advance so he went onto the tracks of the hurdles. 2 security guards captured him and he got banned from the stadium.
 
   
 
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Jelle's Marble Runs
"Jelle's Marble Runs" YouTube logo.jpg
Personal information
BornJelle Bakker
Wervershoof, Netherlands
NationalityDutch
OccupationYouTuber
Websitehttp://knikkerbaan.nl
YouTube information
Years active2013-present
GenreSports
Subscribers491,000
(18 August 2019)
Total views33,536,000
(18 August 2019)
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2019

Jelle's Marble Runs is a YouTube channel run by Jelle Bakker and Dion Bakker based around the game of marbles, and marble runs. Content on the channel includes videos spoofing the Olympic Games, and other sporting events, treating the run of marbles as though they were athletes.[1][2] The Marble League (formerly MarbleLympics), portrayed as the Games, has a choreographed Opening and Closing Ceremony, many of the sports are designed to resemble Olympic sports, with commentary provided by Greg Woods.[3] Each year, Bakker uploads a new series of the Marble League, with different events and teams each year, which are introduced in the Qualifying round. As of September 2019, the current channel has over 494,000 subscribers with more than 33.7 million views.[4]

Overview

A Marble League event takes place each year and features 16 teams of marbles. Each year, four teams are automatically qualified to participate in the games: the host team, and the top three teams of the previous year. In the event that the host team was one of the previous year's top three teams, the fourth place team will automatically qualify as well. The remaining 12 teams are chosen through a 4-event qualifier round, after which the automatically qualified teams may play their own friendly round of the qualifying sports.[5]

Marble League featured 12 events until Marble League 2019, in which four new events are to be added. Every team competes in all of the events. The events are chosen by the creators of the series, and they vary between years. Example past events have included Funnel Race, Relay Run, Block Pushing and Sand Rally. Teams receive points on their performance in each event, and these points accumulate towards their overall standings in the Marble League, with the three top-scoring teams at the end of the tournament recognized in a final medal ceremony.[6][7]

Aside from the Marble League, channel features series of Sand Marble Rallies, Hubelino tournaments and the aMAZEing Maze Race, the latter two of which also feature the Marble League teams.[8]

History

Jelle Bakker was born in 1983 in Wervershoof, Netherlands. He stated on his old YouTube channel that he has a form of autism, and said that because he has no occupation, making marble machines was one of his biggest hobbies.[9] He currently lives in Nijmegen. Shortly after Bakker created his YouTube channel, Greg Woods commented on one of his videos and eventually became the English commentator for the entire series.[10] Originally, Bakker planned to end the MarbleLympics series after the 2017 MarbleLympics. “The MarbleLympics will end in early August with an ending ceremony,” he said in an interview by The Irish News,” but I will still continue in making great marbles-related videos.”[11]

He received the Guinness World Record for the world's longest marble run on May 21, 2009. The record was broken by someone else in 2011.[12]

In 2006, he created the Jelle's Marble Runs YouTube channel, on which he started the MarbleLympics in 2016 as a mock version of the Olympic games. The channel soon started gaining attention and a fanbase in 2015.[13]

In late 2018, Bakker accidentally deleted his original channel while trying to delete his Google+ account and was forced to relaunch.[14]

As of August 2019, he has over 490,000 subscribers.[15] Aside from the MarbleLympics, Bakker created experiments with marbles including a "Marble tsunami", which featured over 11,000 marbles rolling down four separate tracks.[16]

In September 2019, the MarbleLympics changed its name to Marble League due to copyright issues. The JMR(Jelle's Marble Runs) Team announced that they would be starting a new series called Marblula One.[17]

Events

Another notable comparison to the actual Olympic games is the Marble League's series of events.

The following events are regularly seen (including ones originated in the first Marble League) events:

  • Balancing: Each Marble League team rolls down a chute with a length of 60 centimeters followed by a 5 centimeter wide track with no sidewalls. Each centimeter each participant marble rolls without falling off is worth one point. Every participant who reaches the end without falling off receives 130 points.[18]
  • Relay Race: 4 teams are released out of a starting gate with 3 relay blocks spaced further down the track. Another marble releases the racers. After the teams release, one marble rolls into where the next marble is positioned. If the marbles complete the race without falling off of or stopping on the track, the winner of the race advances to the following race.[19]
  • Sand Rally: This event is simply a race with the Marble League teams on a rough track of sand. There are two races with 8 marbles each. The 4 fastest teams out of the races will advance to the final. JMR also featured this event as a separate series.[20]
  • Long Jump: Each team sends an individual marble down a steep track with a ramp following it. It then lands in the landing area. Whichever team jumps the farthest wins the event.[21]
  • Water Race:In this event marbles from teams compete against each other in the form of an underwater race. The 4 best teams will advance to the final.[22]
  • High Jump: Contrary to the "Long Jump", includes a steep ramp. It features marbles, one marble representing its team descends down a steep track, jumping off a ramp. While airborne, the marble jumps over a bar. If the marble goes below or hits the bar, the team is eliminated.[23]
  • 10 Meter Sprint: When competing in this event, 4 marbles will race against each other on a 10-meter track. The fastest marble advances to the final.[24]
  • Team Pursuit: The entire team participates in this event. 2 teams consisting of 4 marbles compete against each other on an oval shaped track with 6 laps each. Each team that finishes the track first will advance to the next round.[25]
  • Precision Slalom:For this event 4 teams roll down a halfpipe, which ends in a scoring grid. The best 2 teams will advance to the next round. If there is a tie in amount of time, it includes a tiebreaker.[26]
  • Quartet Diving: When participating in this event, each team descends a short track and lands on 4 spring boards.[27]
  • Hurdles: 4 marbles will compete against each other on a track with 6 hurdles. The hurdles cannot fall off of the lane, or the team that caused it will be disqualified. The winner of this event advances to the final round and the runner-up to the consolation round.[28]
  • Hubelino Maze: All participating teams will be split into 4 groups. Every marble from the team has to make it to the finish line for full points (partial points awarded for progress through the maze). The more marbles on a team that finish, the better.[29]
  • Surfing: All participating teams will be split into 8. The marbles will use surfboards and the goal is to reach the end of the course and to stay on the surfboard as long as possible. [30]
  • Collision: All 16 teams will be placed into a tournament bracket. Marbles will collide with each other and they will be knocked down by a barrier of dominoes. If a barrier ball is triggered, then it will have the ability to knock down other marbles not affected by their opponents. There are 3 sets of barrier balls. 2 horizontal and 1 vertical.[31]
    • It should be noted that the design for the arena has changed with every single edition that Jelle has aired (In '16, '17, and '19)
  • Rafting: All 4 marbles from each team go on a raft and launch down a river with multiple waterfalls and obstacles. If a team gets caught they have 3 times to redo. The positioning is based on time.

Teams

Below is a table of all the teams that have participated in the qualifying rounds or the entire Marble League in the series' 4-year run, and their overall medal records.[32][33][34]

No teams have qualified for all five MarbleLympics/Marble League to date.

Team[3] Gold medals Silver medals Bronze medals Total
Balls of Chaos[3] 2 2 2 6
Black Jacks (Retired) 0 0 0 0
Chocolatiers[3] 1 3 1 5
Crazy Cat's Eyes 2 0 3 5
Gliding Glaciers (Retired) 0 0 0 0
Golden Orbs (Retired) 0 0 0 0
Green Ducks 1 2 0 3
Hazers 3 4 4 11
Indigo Stars 0 0 0 0
Jawbreakers 0 2 0 2
Jungle Jumpers 2 0 2 4
Kobalts 0 2 0 2
Limers 1 1 2 4
Minty Maniacs 0 1 0 1
Mellow Yellow 5 3 2 10
Midnight Wisps 5 1 4 10
O'rangers 2 5 1 8
Oceanics 3 2 2 7
Pinkies 1 1 3 5
Quicksilvers (Retired) 0 0 0 0
Raspberry Racers 0 4 4 8
Rojo Rollers 2 1 0 3
Savage Speeders 8 6 3 17
Shining Swarm 1 0 0 1
Snowballs 1 0 2 3
Team Galactic 2 2 1 5
Team Momo 1 2 4 7
Team Momary* 1 1 0 2
Team Plasma (Retired) 0 0 0 0
Team Primary 1 1 2 4
Thunderbolts 2 2 8 12

*during the 2018 Marblelympics Team Momo and Team Primary formed Team Momary following an injury of Momomomo, the team Captain of Team Momo.

Current records

Below is a list of current records. The score is followed by the record-holding marble and (in parentheses) the team.

The formats of some events have changed across different years. For example, the blocks used for Block Pushing have changed, and some races have become longer or shorter in distance. Thus, some events may have multiple records held under the same discipline.

Discipline Record (Single) Record (Team)
Balancing[35] 150pts. Cerulean (Kobalts)

150pts. Rojo Dos (Rojo Rollers)

438pts. Hazers
Relay Race[36] 22.94s Savage Speeders
Sand Rally[37] 0:55.22 Unknown

0:55.94 Yelley (Mellow Yellow)

Long Jump[38] 103.8 cm Kinnowin (O'Rangers)
Water Race[39] 1:16.08 Velocity (Savage Speeders)
High Jump 2016[40] 58 cm Unknown

55 cm Rojo Dos (Rojo Rollers)

10 Meter Sprint[41] 4.968s Rapidly (Savage Speeders)
Team Pursuit[42] 24.98s Balls of Chaos
Precision Slalom[43] 20pts. O'Rangers
Quartet Diving[44] 43.2pts. Unknown

40.72pts. Mellow Yellow

Hurdles Race 2016[32] 4.95s Unknown

5.05s Yellup (Mellow Yellow)

Funnel Race[45] 1:44.51 Mary (Team Primary)
5 Meter Sprint[46] 6.01s Unknown

6.05s Yellow (Mellow Yellow)

Hurdles 2017[47] 8.69s Swifty (Savage Speeders)
Relay Run[48] 11.16s Oceanics
Block Pushing[49] 82,6 cm O'Rangers
High Jump 2017[50] 38 cm Yellah (Mellow Yellow)
Steeplechase[51] 12.05 Yellup (Mellow Yellow) 40.89s Unknown

41.57s Savage Speeders

Archery[52] 10pts. Yellah (Mellow Yellow)

10pts. Argent (Quicksilvers)

10pts. Bolta (Thunderbolts)

10pts. Pinky Winky (Pinkies)

10pts. Choc (Choclolatiers)

10pts. Bonbon (Choclolatiers)

10pts. Jump (Jungle Jumpers)

38,5pts. Jungle Jumpers
Underwater Race[53] 13.12s Kinnowin (O'Rangers)
Sand Rally[33] 1:24.74 Bolta (Thunderbolts)
5 Meter Ice Dash[54] 4.79s Unknown

4.82s Hazy (Hazers)

Halfpipe[55] 14.66s Thunderbolts 40.43s Oceanics
Ski Jump[56] 121,0cm Anarchy (Balls of Chaos)
Halfpipe[56] 11.17s Thunderbolts 29.49s Balls of Chaos
Bobsled[56] 13.09s Thunderbolts
Speed Skating[56] 30.34s Misty (Hazers)
Team Pursuit[56] 29.94s Oceanics
Snow Rally[56] 41.16s Whizzy (Savage Speeders)
Rafting 33.74 Green Ducks

Notable incidents

Over the course of the Marble League, the creators have sometimes moved fan marbles as if they are trying to get on the track. Sometimes a fan marble is even sent on the track with security marbles following.

  • In Event 3 of 12 of the 2017 Marble League (Collision) ,one of Team Momo's marbles was hit and a piece of it flew off. This happened because the particular event utilized fidget spinners that were spinning at high speeds. A marble then made his way over to the arena to try it out himself.[57]
  • A few events later, Team Primary was disqualified for a false start during the Relay Run.[48] Angry over the decision, a dozen supporters of Team Primary rushed onto the racetracks.
  • In the very next event, another fan rushed onto the tracks and tried himself in Block Pushing.[49] He was promptly escorted out of the stadium by security guards, but it showed minor problems regarding the security of the Marble League again. When supporters of the O'Rangers tried to leave the stands, following the Marble League Record of their team, the security was able to hold them back. Also one of the Pinkies had an invalid jump after Pinkydink jumped the line.
  • In the 2018 qualifiers, Team Primary narrowly defeated Balls of Chaos in the semifinals. This angered Balls of Chaos fans, who tried to storm the track. One got on the track and had to be subdued by four security marbles. Four Balls of Chaos fans tried to attack International Marble Committee officers and were subdued by security marbles.[58]
  • In the Half-pipe for Group C for the 2018 qualifiers, the marbles for Team Primary and Balls of Chaos, the two teams in the last heat, were arranged in the endzone as if they were fighting each other. Eventually, the eight competing marbles were separated by team, and four security marbles were placed between the teams, signifying that the security marbles had broken the fight up. In the tilted Lego blocks designated as seats for the fans, fan marbles for the two teams, especially Balls of Chaos, were placed as though they were trying to escape their sections and fight each other. Security marbles were placed in a line between the fans for the two teams as if they were trying to prevent a fight.[59]
  • In the Bobsled Event of the 2018 Edition, the Sled of Team Momo came to a stop. It seemed like Momomo felt "ill", because of altitude sickness. He was replaced by Mimo for the remaining tournament again. During the same run, Momomomo fell out of the sledge and bumped into the sides heavily. He was found "knocked out" on the run. Afterwards Team Momo formed Team Momary, with the support of the not qualified Team Primary. Mo, Prim, Momo, Mary and Mimo continued the tournament as Team Momary.[56]
  • In the Biathlon event of 2018, the Oceanics had to redo a race because a fan from the stands was rushing onto the tracks. He was severely punished after.
  • In the 2019 qualifiers, Team Primary stumbled over some trash thrown by Limers fans. This caused major disagreements and the referee had to tell the Limers fans not to do this stuff. This led to Team Primary begging the referee for a do-over. The referee said no, and then the Raspberry Racers made fun of Team Primary and how they got last. This led to a major fistfight between Team Primary and Raspberry Racers fans and they both got banned from the stadium.

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