The third event of the Marble League 2019 was held on the 26th of April 2019, featuring the third event, Balancing.
Balancing was reinstated from the first Marble League, although the equipment used was upgraded. The rules and scoring remain unchanged. Teams of four marbles must roll down an unwalled track. If a marble falls of the track, its distance from the start will be tallied and counted towards the team's final score. Any marble who reaches the green zone at the end of the track earns the maximum individual score, which is also added toward the team's final score.
The starting order was decided by the standings ahead of the event. The team in last went first, and so on.
Differences to previous editionsEdit
The track was 20 cm shorter than in 2016. Because of this, the maximum score for an individual marble was also reduced to 130. The track was built out of a different material.
|3rd||Crazy Cat's Eyes||36||55||130||130||351||15|
|12th||Balls of Chaos||44||49||53||64||210||4|
Standings After EventEdit
|5||7th||Crazy Cat's Eyes||0||0||1||1||24|
|1||9th||Balls of Chaos||0||0||0||0||20|
- This event featured 3 Marble League records in a row. Crazy Cat's Eyes first dethroned the Rojo Rollers with a score of 351, beating the old record of 347. Then, the Thunderbolts beat the newly set score with a total of 408. Right after that heat, the Hazers set the final top score of 438. All three of them won medals, too.
- At the startup of the Balls of Chaos' heat, the referee got hit by the starting gate. The heat had to be redone due to a false start.