Meet Jim Cripps – he's pretty good at bowling – he has an average of 184, his high score is 279 and he once bowled 11 strikes in row.
Oh yeah, and one more thing: he bowls backwards.
The Tennessee native admits he wasn't up to much on the bowling alley until one day he tried to bowl backwards on a dare.
He hit a strike the first time he tried it and the rest as they say is history.
His 279 score saw him go into the Guinness Book of Records - and he is so good he has been made a member of the Professional Bowling Association.
"I love the sport of bowling and turning around has changed my life as well as given me the opportunity to meet and make friends from all walks of life," he said.
"From Bowlfest in Las Vegas to trick shots in Tokyo and all the stops in between, seeing the wonder from both children and adults when you make a shot they thought was impossible is both humbling and AWESOME!”
And what does Cripps hope to achieve in the world of bowling?
"I wouldn't mind doing a beer commercial; I think that'd be a good idea."