Second Open Bobcat Beer Mile Run
Lees-McRae Track: Banner Elk, NC
April 29, 2006

created by user ballerlew

Conditions: 50 Degrees no wind somehow on a track where theres always wind

Ruleset:

Beer Mile

4 Beers, 4 Laps Stop and Drink, Then Run Full Mile 12oz Beers Open When Drunk 5% Alcohol Beer No Tampering Vomit Penalty Max 4oz Spillage

Name Time Gender Age Beer Notes
1 Sebron Jessup 8:00 M 21 From Can Budweiser Worst person on the cross country team but the Surry County legend came through in the clutch
2 Andrew Walton 8:00.05 M 25 From Can Budweiser The wonder from Spokane came through in the clutch with a 68 last lap
3 Josh Blanc 17:55 M 21 From Can Budweiser Dissapointed in his track season he didn't dissapoint in the official beer mile with a solid time even with a penalty lap. Not a clutch drinker


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Race Notes:

Cebron Started out chugging in 23 seconds took an early lead. Andrew was right behind him with a clutch 35 second chug. Josh was next starting out at about 45 seconds. Then Lewis took off after a pitiful 2 minutes. Cebron and Andrew were at the home stretch when Lewis took off. They were pretty consistent with their laps. After the third lap Lewis came in to see everyone in the beer zone. Cebron took off in an incredible 6:40 for the last lap. Andrew having a hard time with the final beer started about 12-15 seconds behind cebron. Andrew was running with inspiration he knew this was his last season as a Bobcat. Cebron had an incredible talent for chugging but Andrew felt something incredible that night. As Lewis and Josh still finished their final beers. Cebron and Andrew finished the race in 8:00 and 8:00.05 respectively both capturing North Carolina state Records. Lewis proceeded to puke at the time and then finished his last lap followed by a penalty lap where he witnessed Josh puked and called Josh out saying he had a penalty lap. Josh felt the pressure of being in a race with two state record holders. As Lewis finishes his race. Josh takes off with two more laps. His finishes with hands raised high. A group of LMC national champs were in attendance for the special event.