The beer mile is a track or road race in which you chug a beer, run a quarter mile, chug another beer, run another quarter mile, chug, run, chug, run: four beers, four laps, no vomiting allowed. "Chug, run, repeat." If it sounds difficult (but really fun), it's because it absolutely is. The event first went viral in 2014 when the five-minute barrier was broken. Kent became the world champion and broke the world record in late 2015 with a time of 4 minutes, 47 seconds, just over a minute longer than the world record for the regular mile. After that, he became the world's first professional Beer Miler, literally being paid for his superhuman ability to run fast and drink quickly.
Part memoir, part how-to manual, The World Champion's Guide to Running the Beer Mile is for both serious athletes and recreational runners who love to run, enjoy a drink, and like the idea of a challenge.
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Lewis Kent (Author)
Lewis Kent grew up in Mississauga, Ontario where he found his passion for running. In 2012, Kent began school at the University of Western Ontario, where he competed in both cross country and track and field. With the legal drinking age in Canada...