Chad-style is a specific cadence for baton throwing used by a team of two. In a Chad-style attack, the first player throws two batons, leaving their third in reserve. The second player then throws two batons, also leaving their third in reserve. Then, the first player throws their final baton followed by the second player throwing their final baton.

This term was coined at the 2012 MN Kubb Loppet Tournament by the Kubbchucks. It was named after Chad Parsons and Chad Bevers playing as the KubbSnipers.

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