The typical beer mile consists of running a mile on a quarter mile track but before each lap you must drink a beer. Drink a beer and run a lap (x 4). FUN FACT: Corey Bellemore holds the world record for fastest beer mile with a time of 4:39.56!
Beer (12 oz) must be consumed and cup held over head to prove empty before beginning each lap (Repeat x4)
No intentional contact with other runners
No sharing of beer with bystanders
If you feel the need to be sick, please try to find one of the many trash cans that will be provided
Mandatory high fives to each other after completing the race
Most importantly have fun, laugh, and give yourself a pat on the back because you just ran a beer mile
Check out the GO Cross website for the full schedule of activities: http://gocrossrace.com/
This would also be a good opportunity to start thinking about a relay team for the Roanoke Outside Festival Beer Relay on October 13, 2017 (2-4 members per team).
Roanoke Go Outside Festival (to main site)
Go Fest Beer Relay (Sign up here!)