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video: Mass Quidditch Player Soars to Gold in London

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

 

When Kedzie Teller began playing Quidditch at Boston University in 2009, he never imagined that just three years later he would be representing Team USA on an international level.

A recent alum, Teller was one of 21 players from around the country who were selected to compete in the first ever Quidditch international tournament held in Oxford just before the 2012 Games. See the complete story of Teller and his teammates below.

 

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