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In Pictures: Hurling World Record Broken At Croke Park

In Pictures: Hurling World Record Broken At Croke Park
By PJ Browne
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A world record for the largest ever hurling training session was set at Croke Park on Sunday evening.

1,772 children from around the country took park in the event to celebrate 20 years of the GAA Museum.

Players from Culloville Camogie Club, Co. Armagh

Players from Lorrha-Dorrha GAA, Co. Tipperary

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Players from O'Dwyers GAA, Co. Dublin

Players from Ratoath GAA, Co. Meath

Players from Craobh Chiaráin GAA, Co. Dublin

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Children taking part in the training session

Paulina Sapinska, Guinness World Record adjudicator, presents the world record certificate to GAA president John Horan and Croke Park Museum staff

Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

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