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World bowling records may be broken in El Paso
By: Joshua Zuber
EL PASO, Texas
Two world records for bowling could be struck down this weekend in El Paso.
At Fiesta Lanes in West El Paso, representatives said a pair of local bowlers, Robert Hendricks and Hector Navedo, will try to break the record for knocking down the most pins by a two-person team in a 24-hour period.
The two will be trying to break the mark of 28,402 pins, achieved by Tony Hubert and Shaun Quinn (both USA) at the Brookmont Bowling Center in Kankakee, Ill., in August 2012.
The other world record challenge for anyone is to see just how many bowling balls you can hold.
Anyone can do this between 11 a.m. this Saturday to 11 a.m. Sunday.
The current record is eight bowling balls, according to a spokesperson for Fiesta Lanes.
The address of Fiesta Lanes is 5850 Onix Drive.
They will be open 24 continuous hours with $10 unlimited bowling beginning at midnight Saturday evening through Sunday.