The Green Ducks are a green and brown team that first participated in Marble League 2019. Their name honors Hank Green[1], who helped Jelle's Marble Runs regain monetization, and JoshOG[2], a streamer who regularly promotes the Marble League.



Team Members Edit


The Green Ducks team members

2019 Team
Mallard Captain
Color Meaning
Team Member
Reserve Member


Coach From To Events G S B Tot. Honors
Bombay 15 March 2019[3] present 16 2 3 0 0

Note: Events include any kind of events (friendly, other tournaments etc).


The Green Ducks are a British team that have been fans of marble sports for a long time. Mallard, the captain of the team, won tickets to Le Tour de Vellis in 2014 where she saw the Savage Speeders win the tournament for the first time. Being at the competition made Mallard very excited. She returned to her home town of Bermenghank to find her mother ill and in the infirmarblery where unfortunately she passed away two days later. Mallard's father, Bombay, wasn't working at the time and used most of the family's money to pay for the funeral. Her dad continued to struggle finding work and Mallard found herself working on a farm looking after ducks with her brother, Billy. Billy had become good friends with farmhands Quacky, Ducky and Goose who were working there while finishing off their primary education. The group became good friends over the years working on the farm and especially bonded over their love for the Marble League.

Before Marble League 2017, Mallard secretly entered a bid to get tickets and won. She surprised her friends with a trip to see the games in Knikkegen and watched the games from the Jungle Jumpers fan area, a team they supported as their uniforms reminded them of the grass from the farm. After they returned home, the group decided to start training to become marble sports athletes. They spoke to Bombay who quit his job in tourism to become their coach. They decided to name their team the Green Ducks. The team started competing in minor leagues across the British Isles, a place not well-known for marble sports at the time. They became the most prominent team, gaining sponsorships, leading the team to become financially stable. They moved to Dionlin in 2018 and became the host team of Joshdon Stadium.

In late 2018, rumors started to spread that Team Plasma were retiring from the Marble League due to not training enough, leading to an opening in the qualifiers for Marble League 2019. The team, who had applied for the games already, were hoping to take their place. On 1st January 2019, the Green Ducks were accepted into the Marble League 2019 Qualifiers[4]. Despite being so new, fans flocked to the stadium to see them perform. Mallard placed fifth in the first event, the Funnel Race, which was followed by Block Pushing where the Ducks got an unprecedented 117.0 cm, coming first and moving to the top of the standings. They came fifth again in the Relay Race, securing their spot in Marble League 2019. They decided to conserve energy for the final event, the Underwater Race, by putting in Ducky. Unfortunately, Ducky came last, but despite this the Ducks managed to qualify in fourth. The team continued to gain fans, many from the Limers who had failed to qualify.

The Ducks started off well in Marble League 2019 with a silver medal for Quacky in Event 1, the Underwater Race, redeeming their poor performance from the qualifiers. This was followed by a seventh place finish for Mallard in Event 2, the Funnel Race. The team then came 4th in the next three events. The momentum built up to Event 6, the Relay Run. In the final leg, Goose lurched forward ahead of Tangerin of the O'rangers to win the team's first gold medal, putting them at the top of the standings. Over the next four events, the Ducks averaged seven points per event, keeping them in the top three, but they lost first place to the Raspberry Racers who stayed in first for the next four events. The Green Ducks refocused and in Event 11, the Dirt Race, Ducky boosted ahead of Swifty from the Savage Speeders to finish 2nd, closely followed by Rozzy from the Raspberry Racers. The Ducks followed this up with a record-breaking gold medal in Event 12, Rafting, reclaiming first place. Event 13, the Elimination Race, saw the Racers and the Ducks go head to head again. In the final, Quacky faced Rezzy and Red Eye of the Crazy Cat's Eyes. Red Eye got stuck near the top of the course. Quacky and Rezzy shot down the course but Quacky got stuck just before the finish line, allowing the Raspberry Racers to claim the gold, with the Ducks settling for silver. The Ducks remained in first but would not medal again. The Ducks lost first place to the Raspberry Racers after coming 12th in Event 14, Surfing. The Ducks ultimately finished in 2nd behind the Raspberry Racers on 204 points and five medals. The Ducks automatically qualified for Marble League 2020 and became the most successful rookie team in the Marble League.

While the Ducks were training for Marble League 2020, Bombay received a letter from the JMRC inviting them to take part in Marbula One 2019/20. The Ducks accepted and sent Mallard and Billy to represent them.[5]

Marble League 2019Edit

Green Ducks Logo

Original logo for the Green Ducks, designed by Hersh and conceptualized by Stynth.

Green Ducks Pim Logo

The old Green Ducks logo, used for Marble League 2019


The Green Ducks finished 4th in the qualifiers.

Event Participant Final Result Placing Points Overall Standing
Funnel Race Mallard (C) 1:19.68 5th 14 5th
Block Pushing All 117.0 cm 1st 25 1st
Relay Race All 10.05 sec. 5th 14 1st
Underwater Race Ducky 30.83 sec. 20th 1 4th

Main TournamentEdit

They went on to medal 5 times in Marble League 2019 and come in 2nd overall, the best performance yet by a debuting team (not counting 2016 for obvious reasons).

Event Participant Final Result Place Points Overall Place
Underwater Race Quacky 15.39 sec. 2nd 20 2nd
Funnel Race Mallard (C) 1:41.40 7th 9 3rd
Balancing All 304 cm 4th 12 3rd
Gravitrax Slalom All 9.25 sec. 4th 12 4th
5 Meter Sprint Billy 6.274 sec. 4th 12 3rd
Relay Run All 9.779 sec. 1st 25 1st
Block Pushing All 60.9 cm 8th 8 1st
Summer Biathlon Quacky 33.53 sec. 14th 2 2nd
Hurdles Race Mallard (C) 9.006 sec. 5th 11 2nd
Hubelino Maze All 24 8th 8 3rd
Dirt Race Ducky 1:19.37 2nd 20 2nd
Rafting All 33.74 sec. (MR) 1st 25 1st
Elimination Race Quacky 20.00 sec. 2nd 20 1st
Surfing Mallard (C) 42.90 12th 4 2nd
Collision All Quarterfinal loss 6th 10 2nd
Sand Rally Mallard (C) 2:03.20 10th 6 2nd

The Green Ducks are pre-qualified for the Marble League 2020.

Marbula One 2019/20Edit


The Green Ducks will be taking part in Marbula One 2019/20. Their team will consist of:

Marble League ResultsEdit

Year Events Medals Result Points
G S B Tot.
2019 16 2 3 0 5 2nd 204
2020 TBA Qualified N/A N/A

Team Members' Individual Scores Edit

Marble Competed in Individual events
participated in
Medals Won Total Individual Points
Billy Marble League 2019 5 Meter Sprint (2019) 0 gold medals

0 silver medal
0 bronze medals

12 pts
Ducky Marble League 2019 Dirt Race (2019) 0 gold medals

1 silver medal
0 bronze medals

20 pts
Goose Marble League 2019 0 gold medals

0 silver medal
0 bronze medals

0 pts
Mallard Marble League 2019 Funnel Race (2019)

Hurdles Race (2019)
Surfing (2019)
Sand Rally (2019)

0 gold medals

0 silver medal
0 bronze medals

30 pts
Quacky Marble League 2019 Underwater Race (2019)

Summer Biathlon (2019)
Elimination Race (2019)

0 gold medals

2 silver medal
0 bronze medals

42 pts

Italics - As reserve member


  1. @hankgreen. Twitter (1st January 2019). “I've got a team in the Marblelympics!”
  2. @JoshOG. Twitter (1st January 2019). “This is one of the coolest things EVER!!! OUR COMMUNITY IS IN THE MARBLELYMPICS 2019!!!!!!”
  3. Skystrykr (15th March 2019). 2019 MarbleLympics - Team Members. Reddit.
  4. Stynth (20th August 2019). RollBack: Green Ducks. The Rollout Issue Number 1 pp. 10-11.
  5. Stynth (14th February 2020). RetRollSpective – Green Ducks. Marble Sports.
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