The Beer Mile World Classic, the world’s premier drinking race, is coming to Leuven, Belgium for the 8th annual edition on October 15, 2022. Athletes from 13+ countries will be competing for both individual and team world titles. This is the first-ever world championship requiring all competitors to use cans instead of bottles to go back to the roots of the beer mile. Both world record holders, Corey Bellemore and Allison Grace Morgan, are competing.
Race recap, results, videos, and photos: article here
Results to be posted here after the event: 2022 Beer Mile World Classic results
Watch the men's and women's championship race videos below (also posted on the Beer Mile Media YouTube channel). The original live stream is also linked below, which also contains the Men's C Heat, Men's B Heat, and the 4 by Beer 400 country relay.
Men's Beer Mile World Championship Race
Women's Beer Mile World Championship Race
Original Live Stream
Watch the 2021 Beer Mile World Classic
About the Beer Mile
The Beer Mile is equal parts gastric challenge and athletic endeavor, requiring competitors to drink a 355ml beer (5% minimum ABV) before every quarter mile of the race, totaling four beers over the one-mile course.
About the Beer Mile World Classic
The Beer Mile World Classic is the world’s premier drinking race. Since 2015, the BMWC has crowned the men’s and women’s world individual and team champions. Notably, BMWC hosted several world records, including Canadian Corey Bellemore’s current mark of 4:28.1 in 2021, and Allison Grace Morgan’s 6:16.5 at the 2020 BMWC. Envisioned as a team race, the National Teams compete for the Kingston Cup (Men) and Queens Cup (Women).