WFD World's Fastest Drummer Extreme Sport Drumming

WFD World's Fastest Drummer Extreme Sport Drumming describes the sporting event that surrounds speed drummers and a mechanical instrument called the Drumometer, an electronic device invented by Boo McAfee and Craig Alan that is used to count drum strokes. The Drumometer is accepted by Guinness World Records and the WFD World's Fastest Drummer Extreme Sport Drumming organization as the official device used to determine the World's Fastest Drummer.

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