VIDEO OF THE DAY: Bowler Ben Ketola Sets World Record With Fastest 300 Game, 86.9 Seconds

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ABOVE VIDEO: How fast can a bowler roll 12 consecutive strikes and achieve a perfect game? For Ben Ketola, the answer is 86.9 seconds. Ketola is believed to have recorded the world’s fastest 300 game at the 10-lane 281 Bowl in Cortland, New York on April 5 by rolling 12 strikes in 1 minute, 26.9 seconds. (Syracuse.com video)

(Syracuse.com) – How fast can a bowler roll 12 consecutive strikes and achieve a perfect game?

For Ben Ketola, the answer is 86.9 seconds.

Ketola, of Preble, is believed to have recorded the world’s fastest 300 game at the 10-lane 281 Bowl in Cortland, New York on April 5 by rolling 12 strikes in 1 minute, 26.9 seconds.

The 23-year-old two-handed bowler raced from one lane to the next and registered strikes using a different ball on each lane — striking twice on lanes 1 and 2 — to score 12 in a row for a perfect game in approximately the same time it takes to microwave a bag of popcorn.

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How fast can a bowler roll 12 consecutive strikes and achieve a perfect game? For Ben Ketola, the answer is 86.9 seconds. (Syracuse.com video image)


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