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George Mason hosts epic dodgeball game

Jenna Johnson

George Mason University has shattered the world record for hosting the largest dodgeball game ever. Yeah, who knew anyone even kept track of such stats.

On Friday night, 1,257 GMU students, faculty members, alumni and others showed up to chuck 100 silver balls at each other for several hours. The previous record was set by the University of Alberta in February with 1,198 playground-ball-throwing-participants, according to the GMU Media Blog.


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By Jenna Johnson  |  September 7, 2010; 10:24 AM ET
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