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Yellow is one of the members of Mellow Yellow and the team's captain since 2019. Along with other team members, they hail from the City of Amalanta and met while working for The Non-Descript Soda Company before they quit the job, then they moved to Marblopolis and competed in Fruit Circuit before participating in the Marble League.

Widely regarded as one of the top marbles in Marble League History, Yellow has earned three individual gold medals and an individual bronze throughout six years of competition. Since being captain, Yellow led the team to a 4th-place-finish in Marble League 2019 and the champion of Marble League 2021. They also have earned a bronze in Momotorway Grand Prix (S2) where they also earned a pole position, their best performance in any Grands Prix.

Yellow is known for holding the record of participating in most individual events among all marbles with 14 events in just 6 years, when they scored a total of 135 individual points, placing 3rd among all the marbles. They're also known for their excellence in 5 Meter Sprints where they have managed to get a gold medal for twice.


Pre-Marble League

Yellow, alongside other team members, they hail from the City of Amalanta. They met while working for The Non-Descript Soda Company before they quit the job, then they moved to Marblopolis and were asked to compete in Fruit Circuit, to which they accepted. They were improving in every season and they got 2nd in the final season of Fruit Circuit, which was enough to qualify for Marble League 2016.


Yellow in the starting gate of Water Race Final

The team started out well in Balancing where they got a silver but quickly fell down the order during the next two events, but only to be saved by Yelley's gold in Sand Rally which jumped them back to 1st in the standings. They then dropped to 3rd after Long Jump. Yellow then participated in the Water Race and advanced to the finals, where they managed to make a comeback and finished 3rd this race, earning a bronze. The team had a slowdown in the next four events, only earning one point and fell to 6th, but a gold in Diving brought them back into championship contenders with just one event left. The team got silver in the last event, but it wasn't enough for them to win the championship as they finished the season in 2nd.


Yellow passing Speedy from the Savage Speeders just before the finish line in 5-meter Sprint Final

The team pre-qualified for Marble League 2017 because of getting 2nd place in Marble League 2016. The team got off to a good start by placing 7th after the first quarter of the season. Yellow then participated in 5-meter Sprint, where they were able to overtake Speedy from the Savage Speeders before crossing the finish line, bringing the gold medal home. The team then went on a downward spiral and scored only 13 points in the next three events, dropping to 8th in the standings. Yellah's gold in High Jump and their silver in Steeplechase elevated the team to 2nd in the standings, with 27 points behind the leader Savage Speeders.

Yellow shockingly placed last in the heat of Underwater Race

The team got 11th in Archery which closed the gap to 25 points, but the O'rangers who were in 3rd in the standings were only one point behind them. Yellow was placed in a group with Kinnowin from the O'rangers, Pinky Toe from the Pinkies and Mocha from the Chocolatiers, who were ironically the four teams who were in 2nd to 5th in the standings and were all championship contenders. Yellow shockingly placed last in this heat and placed 15th in this event, meaning that the team were not able to win the championship mathematically in the last event. They eventually placed 3rd in this tournament and again auto-qualified for Marble League 2018.


Yellow in the final of Sand Mogul Race

The team placed 2nd in the Friendly Round by placing 2nd in all three events, but their main tournament was a disaster for the team as they got seven bottom half finishes in the first eight events, including Yellow's dead-last finish in Speed Skating. The team got three top-half finishes in the last four events including Yellow's 4th-place-finish in Sand Mogul Race, which wasn't enough for the team to escape the bottom three and finished 15th to end this disastrous season.

Mellow Yellow had a busy offseason, returning to Amalanta to visit their families. There, they also began to work on a new stadium and training facility with their new coach, Mellow. They also had collected enough money to permanently settle in Amalanta. The team came last in their group in the Amazing Maze Marble Race. They also submitted a bid to host Marble League 2019, but lost out to the Oceanics.


The team participated in the qualifiers for the first time and barely qualified thanks to their 2nd-place-finish in Relay Race.

Yellow at the starting line in the final of 5 Meter Sprint

Mellow Yellow had one aim in Marble League 2019: to win back the respect of their fans after last year's poor performance. Unfortunately, Yellow, now the captain of the team, started off poorly for the team the first event of Marble League 2019, Underwater Race, by coming 11th. However, each event saw an improvement as the team moved up the standings. The team placed 8th in the standings after the first quarter of the main tournament. Yellow was again chosen to participate in the 5 Meter Sprint and crossed the finish line in first in the final winning back-to-back 5 Meter Sprints' medals. The team jumped up to 6th in the standings. A bronze in Block Pushing pushed them up to 4th in the standings. Followed by that was three mid-pack finishes and two bottom-three finishes, which dropped them to 7th. Then the team was able to place top 9 in the rest four events and finished 4th in this tournament. Yellow became the first marble to participate in four individual events in one season alongside Mallard from the Green Ducks.

Mellow Yellow returned to Amalanta and were greeted with surprise as they saw their logo gratified around the city, their posters in their favorite pizza shop, and headlines about them in the Amalanta Press. The team once again applied for a hosting bid for Marble League 2020, but were again unsuccessful. However, they were invited to take part in Marbula One Season 1. They accepted the invitation and announced they would be sending Yellow and Yellup, who decided to use the nicknames "The Big Cheese" and "The Golden Boy", respectively.


Marbula One Season 1

Yellow in Short Circuit Grand Prix

Yellow participated in Savage Speedway GP, the first ever Grand Prix. Yellow put up a decent performance by placing 4th in the qualifiers, but the main race was far less than satisfaction as Yellow only finished 9th. Yellow did not shine in Momotorway GP as Yellow only placed 15th. On the other hand teammate Yellup not only qualified better than Yellow but also did better than Yellow in the main race, getting 16 points in two Grands Prix. The team placed 10th in the standings after midway and boosted to 6th after a 3rd-place-finish by Yellup in Greenstone GP. Yellow then participated in two back-to-back Grands Prix, getting 5th in Short Circuit GP and 10th in Razzway GP, scoring a total of 13 points and placed 25th out of 32 competitors. The team eventually placed 10th with 44 points.

Marble League 2020

The team got off to a great start by placing 4th in Balancing in the qualifiers, but disastrous performance by Yellow in the Funnel Endurance was only enough for a 17th-place-finish and the team dropped to 13th. The team then placed top 7 in the next two events and were able to qualify in 5th.

Yellow in Sand Mogul Race

However, it was again a horrible season as the team only got one top half finish in the first eight events, scoring only a total of 29 points despite getting one bronze, including Yellah & Yellow's last-place-finish in Newton's Cradle. Yellow then participated in back-to-back events, placing 5th in Sand Mogul Race and shockingly placed only 15th in 5 Meter Sprint. Followed by that were either top 8 or bottom three finishes. A bronze in High Jump and a silver in Marble Marathon were able to help Mellow Yellow escape the basement and placed 14th at the end of the tournament.

Marbula One Season 2

Yellow and Yellup were again chosen to participate in Marbula One Season 2 despite their awful season. Yellow got off to a great start by placing 7th in Minty Mania GP, but they failed to score any points for the next two Grands Prix, teammate Yellup did not do well as well and earned only 5 points. The team were sitting down in 18th with just 13 points for the first half of the season. The team became the only team to never place top half in any qualifiers in the first six Grands Prix.


Marbula One Season 2

Yellow winning a pole in Momotorway Grand Prix

After a long season break, their awful qualifying record was changed when Yellow returned to Momotorway GP, the first Grand Prix for them after a long winter break, where Yellow pulled a miracle and got the pole position, the main race went well as Yellow finished 3rd, earning the team's first and only medal in this season. This medal elevated the team to 13th. Despite scoring points in the rest four Grands Prix, the team could only salvage a total of 8 points in these four Grands Prix and ended the season in 15th.

Marble League 2021

The team was placed in Group A in Marble League 2021 Qualifiers and managed to win both team events which guaranteed the team a qualifying spot with one event left and team eventually qualified in 2nd.

The team's record-breaking run in Steeplechase

The team started with a bronze in Wave but quickly fell down the standings to 14th because of two back-to-back 16th-place-finishes. A silver in Jousting brought them up to 9th but it was not before long that they fell to 11th again. The team then went on a podium streak, winning three consecutive medals (which included two back-to-back golds and one of them was Yellow's gold in Sand Mogul Race) and the team jumped into 1st in the standings with four events left. The team then slowed down and got only 8 points in the next three events, dropping to 3rd in the standings with 9 points behind Raspberry Racers. A bronze in Marblocross was able to crown the team the champion of Marble League 2021.


Year Competition Event Event Type Place Result Points
2016 Marble League 2016 Balancing Team 2nd 312 cm 7
Relay Race Team 10th 24.13 sec. 0
Collision Team 8th Quarterfinal Loss 1
Water Race Individual 3rd 1:18.84 5
Team Pursuit Team 10th 25.90 sec. 0
Precision Slalom Team 7th 17 pts 1
Quartet Diving Team 1st 40.72 pts 10
2017 Marble League 2017 Fidget Spinner Collision Team 5th Quarterfinal Loss 11
5-meter Sprint Individual 1st 6.13 sec. 25
Relay Run Team 11th 11.93 sec. 5
Block Pushing Team 10th 137.6 cm 6
Steeplechase Team 2nd 41.66 sec. 20
Archery Team 11th 32.5 pts 5
Underwater Race Individual 15th 14.34 sec. 1
2018 Marble League 2018 Friendly Round Curling Team 2nd - 3
Halfpipe Team 2nd 38.40 sec. 3
Marble League 2018 Halfpipe Team 10th 27.39 sec. 6
Bobsled Team 10th 14.81 sec. 6
Speed Skating Individual 16th 32.48 sec. 0
Team Pursuit Team 9th 30.23 sec. 7
Curling Team 5th Quarterfinal Loss 11
Biathlon Team 14th 25.11 sec. 2
Ice Hockey Team 6th Quarterfinal Loss 10
Sand Mogul Race Individual 4th 6.50 sec. 12
Amazing Maze Marble Race 2018 Maze Team 22nd Heat Loss -
2019 Marble League 2019 Qualifiers Block Pushing Team 11th 98.7 cm 8
Relay Race Team 2nd 9.54 sec. 20
Marble League 2019 Underwater Race Individual 11th 15.80 sec. 5
Balancing Team 6th 273 cm 10
Gravitrax Slalom Team 5th 8.86 sec. 11
5 Meter Sprint Individual 1st 6.159 sec. 25
Relay Run Team 9th 9.063 sec. 7
Block Pushing Team 3rd 65.1 cm 15
Hurdles Race Individual 8th 9.133 sec. 8
Hubelino Maze Team 7th 26 pts 9
Rafting Team 14th 40.21 sec. 2
Collision Team 3rd 3rd Place Match Winner 15
Sand Rally Individual 9th 2:02.96 7
2020 Marbula One Season 1 Savage Speedway Grand Prix Individual 9th 5:34.43 2
Momotorway Grand Prix Individual 15th 5:50.47 0
Short Circuit Grand Prix Individual 5th 5:31.96 10
Razzway Grand Prix Individual 10th 5:37.51 1
Marble League 2020 Qualifiers Balancing Team 4th 353 cm 16
Funnel Endurance Individual 17th 1:50.20 3
Block Pushing Team 7th 61.5 cm 13
Marble League 2020 Balancing Team 16th 156 cm 0
Halfpipe Team 11th 54.70 sec. 5
Newton's Cradle Duo 16th 89.10 cm 0
Block Pushing Team 10th 75.05 cm 6
Sand Mogul Race Individual 5th 9.078 sec. 11
5 Meter Sprint Individual 15th 6.429 sec. 1
Relay Run Team 14th 8.880 sec. 2
Team Aquathlon Team 16th 20.15 sec. 0
Collision Team 8th Quarterfinal Loss 8
Marbula One Season 2 Minty Mania Grand Prix Individual 7th 8:10.61 8
Honeydome Grand Prix Individual 15th 8:06.88 0
Tumult Turnpike Grand Prix Individual 18th DNQ 0
2021 Momotorway Grand Prix Individual 3rd 7:57.33 17*
Misty Mountain Grand Prix Individual 10th 8:02.67 3
Midnight Bay Grand Prix Individual 12th 8:00.82 1
Marble League 2021 Qualifiers Wave Team 1st 37 pts 15
5 Meter Relay Team 1st 8.591 sec. 15
Marble League 2021 Wave Team 3rd 34 pts 15
Balancing Team 11th 218 cm 5
5 Meter Sprint Individual 6th 5.974 sec. 10
5 Meter Relay Team 16th 8.997 sec. 0
Block Pushing Team 6th 158.10 cm 10
Steeplechase Team 1st 21.76 sec. MR 25
Sand Mogul Race Individual 1st 52.59 sec. 25
Diving Team 2nd 11.80 pts 20
Football Team 11th Round of 16 Loss 5

* Yellow qualified on pole position, earning them 1 extra point.

Career Events

# Events 1st 2nd 3rd Total
2016 7 1 1 1 3
2017 7 1 1 0 2
2018 11 0 2 0 2
2019 13 1 1 2 4
2020 19 0 0 0 0
2021 14 4 1 2 7
Total 71 7 6 5 18

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

Individual Career Points


# Events 1st 2nd 3rd Points
2016 1 0 0 1 5
2017 2 1 0 0 26
2018 2 0 0 0 12
2019 4 1 0 0 45
2020 11 0 0 0 36
2021 5 1 0 1 56
Total 25 3 0 2 180

Marble League

# Events Gold Silver Bronze Points
2016 1 0 0 1 5
2017 2 1 0 0 26
2018 2 0 0 0 12
2019 4 1 0 0 45
2020 3 0 0 0 12
2021 2 1 0 0 35
Total 14 3 0 1 135

Marbula One

# GPs Gold Silver Bronze Points
S1 4 0 0 0 13
S2 6 0 0 1 29
Total 10 0 0 1 42


  • Yellow's two gold medals are both in various 5 Meter Sprints. The first was in 2017, followed by another in 2019.
    • Yellow is also the first athlete to win the same event for two consecutive times.