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The 120-Foot Bowling Strike

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If you’ll forgive the pun, the ingenuity shown in this clip has well and truly bowled us over.

One man, a hero you could say, has been caught on camera launching a bowling ball into some pins with laser-like precision from 120-ft away. Naturally, he ended up in Strike-town: population him.

We all like to exaggerate our ability at sports from time to time, but this soul can rest safely in the knowledge his prowess has been captured forever.

Though we imagine it was only achieved on take #218.

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