We are massive fans of all Jelle's Marble Run content, including the latest Marbula One. Our fandom has now outgrown our own common sense, and the two of us would like to inquire about owning the Green Ducks. To clarify, we not inquiring about sponsorship of the team, but become outright owners of the Green Ducks. However, leaving all sponsorship rights and profits of the team to the Jelle's Marble Runs team. Again, we would simply like to buy and be listed as owners of the Green Ducks on the website. Please comment back with contact information, as we'd like to get moving on this deal.
What's on your mind?
I'm thinking about what teams are the most likely to win the Marble League 2020, and here are my thoughts.
Team Galactic usually get alright placements with a couple of medals, most notably because of Starry. This year they look even more dangerous having won the first race of Marbula One as well as hosting this year's Marble League. I don't think they can win it all, but I think they are likely to get a podium placement.
O'rangers and Savage speeders are both teams that consistently, and this year will be no different since they recently have proven they can keep up their good results. I think it would be a bit boring for them to win though, as they both already have won before. This can also be said about Midnight Wisps and Raspberry Racers who, while being extremely good teams, already have had their time to shine.
Mellow Yellow have also always scored well, but it seems like they are following a negative trend, with their results worsening over time. Their golden days were in the early years of the Marble League, and I doubt they are going to be able to win this year, though they might place decently well.
The two teams I think have the greatest shot at winning it all are, however, Green Ducks and Hazers.
Green Ducks amazingly placed second in the previous Marble League despite it being their first year competing. This means they with a bit more experience might be able to get that victory, especially considering that was what happened with O'rangers, Midnight Wisps and Raspberry racers (All of them placing top 10 in their opening year and winning the year after). Green ducks definitely have the potential to go the distance.
I do, however, think the winners of Marble League 2020 are going to be Hazers. In their opening year (2018) they did great, placing 6th and winning 3 medals. The year after, however they did even better, winning the qualifications and ending up placing 3rd, winning 7 medals. On top of that, their impressive showing at Marbula One really makes me think this is their year.
What do you guys think?
In my opinion, Mellow Yellow are very underrated. They placed in the top5 3 out of 4 times (2nd in 2016; 3rd in 2017; 4th in 2019) but did not get much attention. It is a team with solid results, but not so much famousness.
Can anyone show me where I can find a diagram to build the starting gate for the sprint/hurdle races.
I'm wondering what the requirements would be to create a sub-division of this? I'd love to do races in the Pacific Northwest, where I live.
Plenty of access to a wide range of courses, include the beach, the forest, high altitude (ie, 3000-9000 feet (914-2743 meters)), snow, rain, etc.
Is it possible to have other venues across the world to make it international?
Love the videos AND the commentary.
Keep up the great work guys!
P.S. Any insights on how you do the timing, video, etc?
I have been recently going through the Fandom for the Marblelympics and have seen a couple mentions of something called the Fruit Circuit. It has only a few mentions across the entire web and no Fandom page. All I have learned is that the Raspberry Racers, Limers, O'rangers, and Mellow Yellow come from it, it was discontinued in 2016, and has some association with Jelle's Marble Runs. I would like to know more about the Fruit Circuit, its teams that are not in the Marblelympics, events in it, why it has so few mentions across the web, and anything else about it you might know about it.
Hello dear Jelle's Marble Runs fans,
I'm Pax one of the admins on the wiki and one of the members of the JMRC as well!
You might notice in the following days that the number of pages on this wiki will decrease: I will be deleting old(er), irrevelant pages and also some fanwork which doesn't really belong here. This will mainly be pages which are barely visited anyway.
Is there something from these pages which you'd like to recover/keep? This is your opportunity to ask me.
Anyway, have a happy MarbleLympics y'all!
I think the teams that won Marblelympics should have a star on top of his logo, maybe something like this
What do you think??
PD: Sorry for my bad english
Is there any way to create a team and have them in the Marblelypics? Still new to this... but I’m obsessed!
So Jelle himself requested to delete the 'least favorite MarbleLympics team' poll at the main page. reddit.com/r/Marblelympics/comments/afx84n/marblelympics_wikia_poll_update
Guys, I think the channel is deleted. Seriously, I looked on YouTube and in my subs, and it said Jelle's Marble Runs didn't exist.
Hey guys, I'm visiting from other wikis! Hope to see the Savage Speeders and O'Rangers back in the game as soon as possible!
My 4 year old great-grandson and I love your marble races!
Mr. Woods' announcing is wonderful!
Hey everyone! My friends and I love the Marblelympics and Sand Marble Races so much that we decided to make a Marble Sports Talk Show! Check it out! Here's our coverage of Part 1 of the Marblelympics! youtube.com/watch?v=TzaAejUQAL4&t=1s
firstly, I'm s 45 year old owner of a successful business...but am madly addicted to watching your videos on YouTube! Anyway, if like to ask you, what's the technology behind your electronic score board? is it a raspberry pi? can you share some details please?
I've decided to go and add all of the team photos for the Hubelino teams. Does anyone have any Logos for these teams that they would like added?
Hi, how can i chance the borders and colors of tables in this wiki?
What does everyone think about the 2017 competitors?