Allison Grace Morgan (USA) won the 2020 Beer Mile World Classic title in a women's beer mile world record time of 6:16.5. She successfully defended her 2019 world title and led the USA women's beer mile team to their 2nd straight world crown.
The event is open to all runners worldwide. Top performers who are eligible to score for their nation will also compete for a share of $8000 in prize money.
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.
The IPA 10K and Beer Mile is a full-weekend celebration of craft beer and running. Run the 10K, 5K, or Beer Mile and watch some of the world's best beer milers face off in the Beer Mile Invitational while drinking craft beer at the brewfest.
Beer Milers are witty, entertaining folk, so it's about time someone launched forums specifically for the beer mile community.
A guaranteed better experience than dealing with the trolls at LetsRun.
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.
Corey Bellemore still the GOAT — Allison Grace Morgan takes the women's crown — Team USA Men 3-peat and USA Women take team title
In 2014, the 5-minute barrier was broken for the first time. Now, there are 11 men who have run sub-5 and the world record stands at 4:33, set in October 2017. Will we see this mark taken down in 2019?
The Beer Mile World Classic is just one month away (August 3 in Berlin, Germany), so it's time to discuss who the contenders—and pretenders—are for this year's beer mile world championship.
Launching on Global Running Day, the brand new Beer Runner Podcast features Canadian Lewis "Hollywood" Kent.