By Alicia Bridges, CBC News, June 4, 2017
Life imitates art as film crew achieves dream of fictional character to break floor hockey record
It’s official: Saskatchewan is the home of the Guinness World Records’ longest game of floor hockey. And before the end of the year, scenes from the game will be part of a feature film about a girl with a dream to break the same record.
In July 2016, a group of filmmakers recruited 24 volunteers to break the 60-hour record for the world’s longest floor hockey game. Earlier this year, they found out their 62-hour game had officially broken the Guinness World Record. They announced the result on social media this week.