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Splash Kingdom Smackdown

Ryan and Coleman were in Canton for some fun at Splash Kingdom.  Lifeguards, Brett and Brett challenged the sports guys to three events.  Tube races, slide relays and ice cream speed eating.

In the first event, the two teams raced across the wave pool and back in double tubes.  'Team Brett' won easily after a good jump start.

The second event was just as easy.  'Team Brett' won both of their races, as each man had to slide down the Volcano and swim ten feet under to retrieve a rubber brick.  Ryan and Coleman never got to the brick.

The final event went the other way.  Coleman dominated the ice cream eating contest, even finishing off Ryan's cup.  Even so, the 7 Sports guys went down at Splash Kingdom.

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