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Breaking the Five-Minute 'Beer Mile' Brews Controversy (Read 164 times)

    Breaking the Five-Minute 'Beer Mile' Brews Controversy

     

    Interesting followup to one of the great accomplishments this past year, and in the WSJ.

      Does anyone else find the rule-mongering around what is essentially a silly event to be somewhat counter-intuitive?


      Prince of Fatness

        Does anyone else find the rule-mongering around what is essentially a silly event to be somewhat counter-intuitive?

         

        Yes.

        Semi-back-at-it. 

          Does anyone else find the rule-mongering around what is essentially a silly event to be somewhat counter-intuitive?

           

          Silly? I think it should be an Olympic event. There could be a whole category of events done while trying to finish off a certain amount of a drug.

           

          The 6-hour Acid Amble.

           

          The One-Prescription Pharmaceutical 50k.

           

          The Toke 10k.

           

          The Peyote Run Around The Sweat Lodge 1000 Lapper. 

            Does anyone else find the rule-mongering around what is essentially a silly event to be somewhat counter-intuitive?

             

            Completely!!

            - Joe

            We are fragile creatures on collision with our judgment day.

              ... Rubik's Cube mile??


              Interval Junkie --Nobby

                You know, that Ben & Jerry's 4x4 record looks soft to me.

                2016 Goals: Lose the 10lbs I gained for not having goals

                  Does anyone else find the rule-mongering around what is essentially a silly event to be somewhat counter-intuitive?

                   

                  BUT HOW DO WE KNOW THAT TRACK WAS EVEN REGULATION??

                   

                  Also, uh, yeah a bit.

                   

                  Though the headline implies more controversy than actually exists.

                   

                  Its great that the beer mile made the WSJ and NYT. So there's that.

                  Runners run.

                      ... Rubik's Cube mile??

                       

                      ... 19:56. Pretty sure I could do < 10:00 with a little dusting off of skills.