Bowling Record Reset, Twice
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep.
If you really can track American communities by asking how often people go bowling, then maybe this is good. Dave Wilson set a world record last year by bowling for 64 straight hours. Then he lost the record. A Canadian who had never bowled in his life went 100 hours. Now Wilson has struck back. The American bowled 102 hours, raising money along the way for a children's foundation, as well as for breast cancer research.
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