Get ready to experience the most exhilarating and unexpected sports documentary of the year. Find out what it takes to be the fastest beer chugger and runner on the planet.
As expected, world record holder Corey Bellemore (Canada) dominated the men's championship race at the 2023 Beer Mile World Classic. Bellemore was primed and ready to lower his own 4:28 beer mile world record, but chaos in the first 100 meters of the race caused him to lose a shoe and a British runner to go down.
Much like the men's 5-minute beer mile barrier that was once thought impossible a decade ago, the 6-minute barrier for women stood the test of time — until the 2023 Beer Mile World Classic. Shelby Houlihan crushed the barrier, finishing in 5:43 with a 63-second final 400m with four beers in her stomach.
Beermile.com launched the Beer Mile Podcast, the first podcast of its kind aimed at entertaining the beer mile community with marquee guests including Olympians, CEOs, celebrities, and degenerates.
Chris Robertson lowers his own Beer Mile American Record to 4:37 (previously 4:38) in September 2020 in a beer mile world record attempt. This comes a week after breaking the Beer 2-Mile World Record in 10:18.
Chris Robertson (USA) shattered the once-thought-untouchable Beer 2-Mile World Record of 11:39 previously held by Jim Finlayson of Canada. Robertson completed the Beer 2-Mile in 10:18 to break the world record by well over a minute.
Chris Robertson (USA) won his 2nd beer mile world title in record fashion, setting a new beer mile American record of 4:38 as a part of the 2020 Beer Mile World Classic.
These past few weeks, we have seen people worldwide complete virtual beer miles in their backyards or neighborhoods. All it takes is a little creativity and 4 brewskis.
Beer mile world record holder Corey Bellemore had a stellar 2019 summer racing season on the track, with the beer and without.
Bellemore places 2nd at the Canadian National Championships, wins the Beer Mile World Classic, and run a 3:39 1500m PB in Sweden.