Finland secured victory in the Mobile Phone Throwing World Championships with a record-breaking 101.46 metre throw on Saturday.
The annual competition in Savonlinna, Finland saw hopefuls from around the world take part.
Contestants compete in three categories, the traditional over the shoulder style, the freestyle category where contestants are judged on aesthetics and creativity and the junior category for children.
American exchange students Bobby, Lucy and Skyler were entertained by the competition.
"Very interesting and it's fun," Bobby said.
"It is definitely the silliest thing I've ever done before in my life," Skyler said.
Since the first competition of its kind was held in Savonlinna in 2000, its popularity has grown with national championships now taking place in a number of countries.