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Kelowna octogenarian oldest Canadian to bowl perfect game

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Peter Bartel and his wife Genny at Carpi Lanes in Kelowna, where Peter bowled his "perfect game."

It looks like a Kelowna senior citizen has bowled his way into the record books.

82-year-old Peter Bartel recently threw 12 strikes in a row to bowl a perfect game of five pin, though says he secret is having a lot of "dumb luck."

Daybreak's David French caught up with Peter at the Capri lanes alley in downtown Kelowna.
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