Man attempts 73-hour lawn bowling record but makes one key error

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There’s plenty of lawn bowls players in Australia and around the globe, so there’s surely a world record out there for the sport.

That’s what Shayne Barwick thought when he sought to break a record for playing lawn bowls for the longest continuous time, in bid to help raise funds for his adored Cloncurry Bowls Club in Queensland, which he manages.

Barwick’s aim was 73 hours, which he thought was the number he needed to enter history, after checking the current record.

Turns out the “73″ was in reference to someone’s age. There was no world record for singles bowling after all. …

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Via: Mashable: Sports

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