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SALT LAKE CITY (KSL News Services) -- A couple of weeks ago, we told you that six men from Utah had a dream to become world dodgeball champions at a tournament in Las Vegas. Well, those six men are back and they fulfilled their dreams.
Dodgeballer Andrew Moser says they never lost a single game during the tournament. He says the reason they won is that they could throw the balls harder and catch better than the other teams.
“I think they were very surprised. They looked at our team and I think they underestimated our team by a whole lot and we went out there and the first day I think the average time of our matches were about 45 seconds.”
He says they played against teams from all over the country.
“There were teams from Alaska, Florida, New York, Mississippi, California, Arizona, everywhere.”
They haven't announced if they plan on defending their title.
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