Bowler Uses Every Lane And Has Perfect Game
This is impressive. 23-year-old Ben Ketola of New York (yes, he’s 23) bowled a perfect 300 game in a record-breaking 86.9 seconds. Sure, he uses 10 lanes to do it and technically it won’t be recognized by the Guinness Book because it wasn’t in one lane. But to me, this is way more impressive. He runs run from lane to lane, lines up, and rolls a strike. He even has to double back to the first two lanes to bowl enough frames.
From Yahoo Sports:
[Ben bowled] a perfect 300 game in 86.2 seconds.
That averages out to just over seven seconds per strike, no time to drink a beer, smoke, listen to a dude’s stories, or anything other than sling n’ run. It’s believed to be a world record, or at least a record based on what’s currently on YouTube, which is close enough.
“It was fun to do. I honestly wasn’t expecting to do it,” Ketola told local media. “I just wanted to see how quickly I could get across the house and get strikes.” Ketola, who works at 281 Bowl — hence the wide-open lanes — generally averages 225 a game. He’d attempted the feat before but had never knocked down more than eight in a row.
Not a lot of “exciting” things happen in bowling. This is definitely one of them.