One week ago today, director Devin Graham and his friends set out with one goal – they wanted to host the largest dodgeball game in the history of the world. 3,975 people and 750 balls later, their goal was not only accomplished, but thanks to that fateful evening at Thanksgiving Point in Utah, they created one hell of a video as well. And it also bears pointing out that 3,975 is just the number of people who signed waivers. Graham claims that many more people arrived at the field, jumping fences just to get in on the action. Oh Mexicans, how they love dodgeball.
But pointless stereotypes aside, Graham’s dodgeball game is just the tip of an incredible video iceberg. Over at his blog, “Adventures of Devin and other short stories,” Graham uses his talents as a director and video editor to deliver some awesome athletic feats. Seriously, I want to be friends with these people. Mainly because of the girls they hang out with, but also because the videos are cool.
After the jump, I’ve put together the best of Graham’s adventures.
The World’s Largest Dodgeball Game