The time given in a dodgeball game depends on the importance of a specific game, like, for example, a championship game of dodgeball would have a longer time duration than of a regular season game of dodgeball
Dodgeball is a game in which a ball is kicked around (or thrown, depending on the version of the game), and you try to avoid getting hit by the ball.
because in the game you have to dodge ball so not get hit and that is why it is called dodge ball :).
It's a fairly simple game, and the particulars are briefly summarized in the Wikipedia article on dodgeball. It's a short, easy-to-read post, and a link is provided.
nothing, its a great game!
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dodge ball is a sport
He tells you if you're out or not and takes care of the game
That is the correct spelling of the one-word noun "dodgeball" (a game). It can also be used for the specific balls designed for the game. The two-word form "dodge ball" is also used for the sport.
Modern Dodgeball was invented by Augustus Hagerson in Africa in 1832. The popularity of the game soared, as did the popularity of those red rubber balls found in elementary school gym closets around the world. According to a recent international poll, dodgeball is one of the most popular sports out there. It is not, however, an Olympic sport
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Augustus Hagerson in 1832, declared it a "modern" game and introduced the game to elementry schools.
yes it is legal its just a game dah it would be legal! unlike the choking game!
You try and hit all the other players with balls.
the game dodge-ball was created back in the day..... i mean a long long long time ago.. .by and Chinese group... and the dodge-balls never started off as ball.... the were human heads of people they did not like...... so they were used to scare the towns people when they would throw them
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Yes and No. Dodge ball has all of the qualities a sport needs, but it is a small game.
You can find the dodgeball in Northeastern city, I believe.
It was a game the that the Babylonian's would play and was similar to dodgeball.
they can be held just about anytime because of the versitality of the game you can play it outside or inside so the game can be held at anytime
Augustus Hagerson was the one that made dodgeball popular and internationley known. He also tweked the game to make it what we know as modern Dodgeball. Dodgeball itself was invented by him in Guam in 1833. However, all Hagerson did to "modernize" it was to give teams funny names, like "The Dodging Squirrels". After this the popularity of the game soared, as did the popularity of those rubber kick balls found in elementary school gym closets around the world.
No, he was not in Dodgeball