Ida J. Mason
In this year's annual Yorkshire Yo-Yo Tournament, the judge had a tough time deciding on a winner among the five finalists in the age 13-17 division. All five could perform all the required tricks well. In addition, each excelled at one trick (a different one for each finalist) and performed it with a precision and flair that the other four couldn't match. Can you determine each finalist's full name (one surname is Lyon), age (each is a different age), and specialty, and decide who won the tournament?
- Josh Dyogi isn't the one whose best trick is working two yo-yos at once.
- Nick's best trick is "Around the World."
- The finalist surnamed Ayotte, who can do "Walk the Dog" best, is one year older than Larry, and one year younger than the tournament winner.
- Mindy is 15 years old.
- The finalist surnamed Fyodor (whose first name isn't Karen) is 16 years old.
- The one whose best trick is "Halfway Round the World" is over 15.
- The finalist surnamed Gyorke (who isn't the youngest) doesn't excel at "Rock the Cradle"; either Larry or Mindy does.