Dale Clutterbuck Lowers Chunder Mile World Record to 4:57
Dale King Clutterbuck of England sets a new Chunder Mile World Record with a time of 4:57. The race was run on a track near London with three competitors: Englishmen Dale Clutterbuck and Ben Coldray and Aussie Charlie Blanche.
Instead of consuming four 12-ounce beers as in the standard beer mile, the chunder mile requires four imperial pints (20 fluid ounces each) to be chugged out of pint cups. That's nearly double the volume of beer - 80 ounces in the chunder mile versus 48 ounces in the standard beer mile.
Also different from the beer mile is that participants are allowed to vomit during the chunder mile without having to do a penalty lap at the end. In Dale's world record run, he did not vomit until after the race.
By comparison, Dale's beer mile personal best is about 10 seconds faster than this record-setting chunder mile. Although the chunder mile requires nearly double the amount of beer volume to be consumed, it is quicker to chug out of the pint cup and does not have as much foam as chugging out of a beer or can. In the end, Dale's time for the chunder mile is similar to his beer mile best.
Watch the chunder mile world record in action below: