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.
The world's premier drinking event, the Beer Mile World Classic, is holding the 9th annual edition in Chicago on July 1. This is the first time the world championship will be held in the US since the inaugural event took place in San Francisco in 2015. The event features a beer...
The inaugural US Beer Mile Championship in Chicago did not disappoint. World record holder, Allison Grace Morgan (6:16 personal best), took the women's crown against the deepest women's field ever assembled. American record holder, Chris Robertson (4:37 personal best), cruised to win the men's title. The Beer Mile World Classic...
Corey Bellemore lowered his own Beer Mile world record from 4:33 (set in 2017) to 4:28 at the 2021 Beer Mile World Classic event in Manchester, UK. Chris Robertson (USA) took 2nd place in a time of 4:40. Watch the Beer Mile World Record Run
The Beer Mile World Classic, the world’s premier drinking race, will return to England on Saturday, October 23rd for its 7th Edition.
Chris Robertson Betters Dale Clutterbuck's Previous Record by Four Seconds with 4:53 World Record