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COM™, the official governing body of the popular and ever growing sport of Beer Pong, have announced that Dallas Imbimbo and Starr Spangler of the reality show “The Amazing Race” will be the co-hosts of The World Series of Beer Pong IV being held in Las Vegas at the world-renowned Flamingo Hotel and Casino, January 1-5, 2009.

The event is the most competitive Beer Pong tournament in the world, with over 400 teams competing for a ,000 grand prize.“Dallas and Starr are the ideal co-hosts for this event having shown their love for competition on ’The Amazing Race’, one of the most competitive reality shows on TV, ” said Billy Gaines, co-founder of BPONG. “The relationship that was formed between Dallas and Starr on the show is similar to that of many of The World Series of Beer Pong participants: competitive and cooperative”The World Series of Beer Pong IV is the epicenter of the growing Beer Pong community, attracting over a thousand players and spectators devoted to the sport who spend countless hours practicing and playing.

"This was a really interesting experiment to just try something different," he confessed.

"I think what's good about the format is we can make some modifications; we can try new things.

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Games are played on 8-foot BPONG tables, and the WSOBP rules govern in all gameplay.

"I did not see that happening," TAR host extraordinaire Phil Keoghan told Us Weekly ahead of the May 15 finale.

"I didn't see that it was going to be so dominated by the blind date couples!

Looking back at the previous seasons of this Emmy-award winning globe-trotting reality show, we've noticed some trends emerge and would therefore like to offer eight bits of wisdom to all future TAR contestants. Looking back at the previous seasons of this Emmy-award winning globe-trotting reality show, we've noticed some trends emerge and would therefore like to offer eight bits of wisdom to all future has visited 70 countries, beginning with Zambia on the first leg in season one.

The race may always begin (and the end) in the United States, but there's no room for an America-centric world view in this game.

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