Corey Bellemore, 23, holds the world record in the Beer Mile, a competition combining running and drinking beer. (Chris Ensing/CBC). Originally Posted Posted: Aug 28, 2018 7:54 AM PT | Last Updated: August 28
Track athlete Corey Bellemore holds the world’s top 3 times for the unofficial event
What happened at the 2018 Beer Mile World Classic is a little like if Usain Bolt broke the world record at the Olympic Games and was then disqualified.
On Aug. 11, Ontarian Corey Bellemore — current world record holder for the beer mile at 4:33.60 — broke his own record by a whopping nine seconds at the 2018 Beer Mile World Classic in Burnaby, B.C.
But then he was disqualified — for not drinking enough beer.
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