World-Record dodgeball in the Junction Triangle

According to an article in The Villager:

Dodgeball players in Toronto have banded together in an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record while raising funds for those stricken with HIV/AIDS in Africa.

The brainchild of Bloordale area resident Helder Brum, 20 dodgeball players from across the city are seeking to break the Guinness World Record for the longest game of dodgeball by playing for 36 consecutive hours. They'll attempt to break the current 24-hour record while raising $6,000 for the Stephen Lewis Foundation's A Dare to Remember campaign.

This record-breaking dodgeball game will be held at the Just 4 Fun Sporting Club, at 213 Sterling Rd. (in the former Moloney Electric building) starting on Friday January 7th at 10:00PM. Opening ceremony is at 9:00PM.

Sounds like fun, and for a good cause. Read the Villager article for more information.


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Dodgeball world record

Torontoist has an article about this past weekend's world record setting dodgeball marathon: