Bowling a 300 game is hard enough but in under 90 seconds? That's crazy. But a guy in Cortland, New York did just that a few weeks ago. Ben Ketola bowled 12 straight strikes in 86.9 seconds  at 281 Bowl on April 5th.

Ketola was able to pull this perfect game off by racing to each lane in ally bowling a strike on each lane with a different ball. According to FoxSports, "Ketola is a 225-average, two-handed bowler who works at the bowling alley." While he wasn't expecting to pull this feat off he not only put himself on the map but 281 Bowl as well, which if you look at their Facebook page have plenty of 300 bowlers.

Fox Sports also stated that there is "no official speed record listed by the United States Bowling Congress." However, Pro bowler Tom Dougherty did bowl a perfect game over 12 lanes in 111 seconds in 2015."


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