Mar. 8th, 2010 – Topeka Capital Journal
Front Page Story!
Bob Fisher made the most of his and-one situation and canned the bonus.
Already the owner of the world record for most free throws made in a minute, the Centralia shooter Sunday broke the two-minute record. He made 88 free throws to break the mark of 68 held by Rick Rosser, of Alabama.
Fisher set his first record Jan. 9, making 50 free throws in a minute. Both records were recorded at Valley Heights High School, where Fisher is an assistant basketball coach.