Will Loftus, 10, is a flipping phenomenon after winning Pancake Day competition

Will Loftus, 10, is a flipping phenomenon after winning Pancake Day competition

Will Loftus, 10, flipped his pancake 139 times in one minute to win the pancake race at Croft Primary School on Tuesday

Croft Primary School pupils (l-r) Imogen Nottingham, seven, James Nottingham, seven, Daniel Dougherty, eight and Sophie Carlile, eight get ready to toss their pancakes

Pupils from Croft Primary School get ready to take part in Pancake Races at the school to raise money for tablet computers

(l-r) Ted Bradshaw, Alexandra Chamberlin-Webber, Olivia Sellick and Isla Skelston all seven prepare to flip their pancakes at Croft Primary School

A pupil from Croft Primary School tosses his pancake during races held at the school to raise money for tablet computers

(l-r) Thomas Ticehurst, 11, Walter Lovell, 11 and Will Loftus, 10 at Croft Primary School Pancake Day

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SCHOOLBOY Will Loftus, 10, became a flipping phenomenon when he won a Pancake Day competition at the Croft Primary School in Painswick today.

Will flipped his pancake 139 times in one minute during races to raise money for tablet PCs

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