Dude shows bowling pins who’s boss by setting world record for fastest perfect game YouTube Screenshot

Today in world-records-that-you-didn’t-know-were-world-records news, 23-year-old Ben Ketola just set the world record for bowling the fastest perfect game. In just 86.9 seconds, Ketola bowled a 300, using all of the lanes in the bowling alley to work his magic.

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Those pins never stood a chance, as Ketola whipped those bowling balls like he was trying to break something. That’s wrist power for you. Hopefully he iced his wrists afterwards though, because talk about tendonitis waiting to happen.

But when “World Record Holder” is how you’re now going to be introduced from now on, you tend to not think about things like that.

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