Chair racing

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Chair racing is a newly formed competitive sport, usually held as an inner-campus or office/workspace sport. The rules of the game follow:

  1. You must have at least two chairs with wheels (or the number of chairs for the number of teams). You must also have a long flat surface in which the chairs can roll down (halls are optimal).
  2. Each team has one player that rolls down and rolls back on the flat surface.
  3. This player then tags off with another player of his own team.
  4. The first team to have all their players complete the circuit (there and back), wins.

Note: It is important that the players don't begin their turn until their team-mate has made it all the way back to the starting line.

CAUTION: At high speeds, chair racing can be dangerous with multiple players in small spaces. Be particularly aware of doors, walls and stairs. It is not recommended to play this game on campuses that have cliffs, bear traps, penguins with overly large bazookas, or any other conventional form of safety measure.

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