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Speedball (American ball game)

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Speedball (American ball game)

Speedball is one of several game types of the sport of paintball.

Speedball may also refer to:


  • In sports 1
  • In media and entertainment 2
    • In music 2.1
    • In other uses 2.2
  • In drugs and alcohol 3
  • In business 4

In sports

In media and entertainment

In music

  • "Speedball", a song by Black Label Society from 1919 Eternal
  • "Speedball", a song by John Zorn from Naked City

In other uses

In drugs and alcohol

In business

  • Speedball (art products), an American art products manufacturer
  • Speedball, a brand of chemical used for heavy-duty cleaning
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