Francois Lavoie Bowling Release in Slow Motion (PBA WSOB XI Edition)

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This is Francois Lavoie at the PBA World Series of Bowling XI (2020). These are a couple of his shots on the PBA Cheetah, PBA Chameleon, and match play qualifier of the PBA WSOB World Championship 2020.

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Francois Lavoie joined the PBA Tour in 2015 and has achieved greatness as one of the rising stars of the sport of bowling.

He has one of the most simplistic games, and he is great at repeating and reading the lanes. No surprise, Lavoie has one PBA Perfect game on a LIVE T.V. Show at the U.S. Open 2016.

Lavoie has 4 PBA Tour Titles, including 2 majors: The U.S. Open 2016 and 2019. Francois has earned, to date, over $320,000 at the PBA Tour. Lavoie bowls for Storm Bowling.

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12 Comments on “Francois Lavoie Bowling Release in Slow Motion (PBA WSOB XI Edition)”

  1. Belmo with his Super Slam of majors in quick smart time. He always gives himself a chance by constantly qualifying in the top 5.
    It’s fantastic that he’s now got a US Open title. Two more US Opens & a Player’s Championship and he’d have 3 Super Slams.
    I just wish he could win a PBA Playoffs. It’s a real pity that the prizemoney during his tour career has been relatively low compared to the past glory days.

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