Kamloops man eyes world records

Dennis Rugolow practices his form at the Tournament Capital Centre in Kamloops (Josh Pagé/CBC).
Dennis Rugolow knows practice makes perfect.

He is at the Tournament Capital Centre in Kamloops every day, sometimes for hours on end.

If you go to the TCC much, you've probably seen him there.

Dennis is the guy throwing a small basketball at a hoop, often from impossible distances.

It turns out, he's practicing to set a world record for most consecutive half court baskets, and maybe a few other basketball records too.
Dennis has had a long road to get ready.

Josh Pagé has his story.

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