Part Olympic Games and part Crazy Town, the inaugural World Beer Mile Classic held on Aug. 22 in San Francisco, was to be about “Failing
Elite runners competing in this weekend's Beer Mile World Classic in San Francisco give insight on how to run a fast beer mile.
Another beer mile world record!
The Aussie closed in 71 seconds to take a tick off James Nielsen's previous record.
The event will leverage the social aspects of running and beer drinking to raise funds for and awareness of local nonprofits.
The former professional cyclist gives up after his first lap of four around the track.
Chris Kimbrough breaks the first women's beer mile world record in 17 years.
The California runner is the first person to break 5 minutes in a beer mile.
Barriers were made to be broken.