World Record Dodgeball Game @ MLWGS

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"On Friday, October 23, 2009, 162 people played the World's Largest Game of Dodgeball on the athletic field at Maggie L. Walker Governor's School. The event was sanctioned by Guinness World Records. The shirts from were awesome! The customer service was great. Everything went smoothly and the shirts were shipped a day early. Thanks to everyone who came to play on friday, thanks to for the shirts, and thanks to all of the volunteers who helped break a world record!" - MLWGS_Dodgeball (Oct 25, 2009)

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comment by anonymous - Oct 26, 2009 - back to the top


comment by anonymous - Oct 28, 2009 - back to the top

yeah!! go maggie walker!

comment by anonymous - Oct 28, 2009 - back to the top

Check it out full size, it's most excellent!

comment by anonymous - Oct 29, 2009 - back to the top

it wasn't as fun when all those balls came down btw

comment by anonymous - Nov 18, 2009 - back to the top

In September, two (Gonzaga = 800+ and San Diego State = 450) Universities attempted to break this record with more than 162 players

comment by anonymous - Feb 06, 2010 - back to the top

...and then U of a had a game with 600 balls and 1200 people. No big deal.

comment by anonymous - Feb 20, 2010 - back to the top

Congrats on the game, hard to organize something that big... hate to break it to you though, but the city of Kennesaw, Georgia had a game with 322 people on August 14, 2009. We beat you to it, but now both of us have a goal to reach - beating University of Alberta, as well as Gonzaga/SDSU!

comment by Guest - Jul 18, 2014 - back to the top

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