Some people grow up wanting to set a world record and have their name forever in the history books. Ben Ketola, 23, achieved just that goal.

Ketola bowled a perfect 300 game in under 90 seconds and the video below captured the entire thing.

Now I know what you are thinking: How could he do it when it takes a minute to reset the pins?

Ketola used the entire bowling alley during his attempt.  I think that actually made it harder. Here’s why: Your angle is constantly changing as you run down the lanes, and you’re probably overthinking your next moves.

Here are more details from DailyDot:

According to Syracuse.com, bowler Ben Ketola is believed to have broken the record for the world’s fastest 300 game earlier this month, with a time of just under 87 seconds. He did so by running from one lane of the bowling alley to the next, hitting strikes with a different ball every time, then returning to lanes 1 and 2 to bring the score to 300.

“It was fun to do. I honestly wasn’t expecting to do it,” the 23-year-old told the publication. “I just wanted to see how quickly I could get across the house and get strikes.”

Watch:

I watched Ketola move from lane to lane and I was shocked that he was able to keep his concentration the whole time. What an incredible feat!

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Source:  DailyDot, Syracuse.com

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