Adam Barta targets to set a new Guinness Book of World Record for 1 hour pinfall

    01/21/15

    United States

    2015HammerBowlingStaffAdamBarta.jpg Hammer Bowling and MichiganBowler.tv have announced that Hammer Bowling's own Adam Barta (pictured) will be attempting to break the Guinness Book of World Records "Highest Pinfall in Tenpin Bowling in 1 Hour by an Individual".

    The current record of 2,132 pins was set by George Frilingos at Chemside Hyperbowl in Queensland, Australia in November of 2014.

    Barta will attempt this World Record at the TNBA Reed-Hawthorne Memorial Tournament from The Game at Wickliffe in Wickliffe, Ohio, February 13-15, 2015. The World Record attempt will be streamed LIVE by MichiganBowler.tv in its entirety.

    Barta, a 15 year staff member with Hammer has career highlights that include 183 300 games and 143 800 series, with a high of 878.

    He was the USBC National High Average Award winner for 2013-14 with an average of 253 for 87 games, He is a two time TNBA Reed-Hawthorne Memorial National Champion in 2011 and 2012 and was a member of the 2005 TNBA National Championship team.

    Barta has won 23 Pittsburgh Bowlers Tour titles, 3 World Team Challenge championships, the 2014 Hoinke Classic Team championships and recently won the 2014 Torneo De La Raza All Events championship in Costa Rica.

    MichiganBowler.tv has livestreamed over 120 various events throughout the country since May of 2013 to over 250,000 bowling fans across the globe. Be sure to "like" the MichiganBowler.tv and Hammer Facebook pages to keep up to date on when this historic broadcast will take place.