The organizer provides official WC mobile phones that are used in Mobile Phone Throwing World Championships. There are all kinds of brands and models to choose from. Every contestant can choose the best fitting phone for him/her. During the throw the competitor must stay within the throwing area. If the thrower steps over the area, the throw will be disqualified. The phone must land within the marked throwing sector. The official jury of the competition will accept or disqualify the throw. The jury’s decisions cannot be protested.

There will be no doping tests. However the jury can rule out the contestant if his/her mental or physical preparedness is not adequate for full a performance. Contestant can also be excluded from the Championships if he/she is considered to be a danger for himself/herself, to other contestants or to the public.  




There will be four categories followed by these rules: 

Juniors:

  • traditional over the shoulder throw
  • only for children 12 years and under (ID must be presented if asked)
  • the one who can throw it furthermost is the winner
  • one throw per competitor

Freestyle:

  • no age limits
  • team and individual series
  • team can comprise from men or women, max. 3 persons per team
  • the style and aesthetics will be judged
  • the overall appearance is crucial
  • the honourable jury of 3 persons will judge the performance, grading is from 1 to 6 points
  • the competitor with the highest score wins
  • one throw per competitor

Original:

  • traditional over the shoulder throw

  • purely the length of the throw counts
  • the one who can throw the mobile phone furthermost is the winner
  • one throw per competitor
  • own series for men and women


Team Original:  

  • traditional over the shoulder throw
  • max. 3 persons per team
  • team can comprise from men or women
  • team members' scores will be summed up and the highest score wins
  • one throw per competitor