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Watch: Incredible dancer spins over 100 times without stopping

I tried to count exactly how many spins this dancer, found on Reddit, completes but couldn't keep track – at one point she picks up so much speed she's just a blur. But I definitely counted over 100. The most incredible part, besides the fact that she spins so many times with such grace, is that when she stops she doesn't lose her balance with dizziness.
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