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Corey Bellemore shatters beer mile world record (unofficially 4:39.56)

Canadian Corey Bellemore set an unofficial beer mile world record on July 28. His time of 4:39.56, if verified, is an eight-second improvement on countryman Lewis Kent's record of 4:47.17. The beer mile was run solo at St. Joseph's High School in Windsor. Runner: Corey Bellemore. Cameraman: Joe Kagumba.
Posted 1 year ago by Trackie | Source: GrippedPublishing

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  • anonymous Anonymous
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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    Always said he should move up from the 800.
    Nice one Corey. 👍🏻

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    Meizner said 1 year ago

    ... we've found the elusive 4 min miler who can chug.... very impressive! What was his run time-- 410? You have to be damn fit to do that!! Only a 4 min miler in peak form can likely do that. Kent will have to improve his flat out fitness to have a chance at this-- he really has little room for improvement in the drinking part.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    Canada would win gold if this was an Olympic event. How is a 4:39 even possible?

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    BelleMOAR! said 1 year ago

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    "Canada would win gold if this was an Olympic event. How is a 4:39 even possible?"

    After watching the video it looks as if he was being a bit careful for the first half of the last lap to make sure he didn't yak. My bet would be that if he ever chooses to do another he could go even faster

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    does this mean he's gonna get sponsored and go on Ellen??? trololol

    I feel like elite beer mile races are kind of like women's UFC, not many people do it and so the depth and potential aren't there yet. No offense to the guys because I know it takes a lot of skill (chugging/not yakking) and hard work (running a fast mile) but I feel like if the "sport" grows the record will drop many more times.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    I think you may be right. Looks like he could have run even faster. Great runner. Really smooth.

    Don't know about UFC comparison. When you can run a 4:39 mile and down 4 beers you are elite. Meizner pointed out his actual time running was in the 4:10 range. Combine the really fast mile with 4 beers and that's elite. More like on par with the NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    this is absolutely incredible. I think he has the potential to be the GOAT beer miler

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    Meizner said 1 year ago

    I had him at a 4:08 running time-- splits were ~59-2:00-3:05. I agree re: the lack of depth in the sport. However, Bellemore/ Kent likely are at or very close to the lowest possible drink time. This is limited by the physics of how fast it can come out of the bottle. What you're left with is run time. If Bellemore is in 4:00 shape and can run within 8s of his pb that is a pretty tight spread. You'd need an equally good drinker with a similar spread who is in better running shape. How many of those do you think there are.

    Although there's been a fast and furious drop in the WR in a very short time I think we're approaching an asymptotic point in the drop. I think people will slowly get it down to the 435 range and doubt it will ever get sub 430 unless a sub 3:50 guy who can drink comes out of the woodwork!

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    is it wind legal though that is the question

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    Super impressive run by Bellemore!

    But I wouldn't say that sub 430 isn't possible...

    Although I would hardly consider the drinking as "rest", the beer mile is essentially a 4 x 400m workout with ~7-8 seconds of recovery (with optimal chugging). That's not a lot, but those few seconds could allow for the cumulative running time to approach (or even be quicker than) one's PB in the mile!

    Excited for tomorrow!

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    AUS Scout said 1 year ago

    I'd like to see what some of the "top dogs in the AUS" could do against a guy like Bellemore. I reckon ViJake Sing and some of the other Bluenoser boys could give Corey a run for their money on their A games. I'd love to see Bellemore take on a dude like Nick Symmonds, that would be an exciting race. They both seem like bros.

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    WaynerTheTrueBMGod said 1 year ago

    Quoting: AUS Scout
    "I'd like to see what some of the "top dogs in the AUS" could do against a guy like Bellemore. I reckon ViJake Sing and some of the other Bluenoser boys could give Corey a run for their money on their A games. I'd love to see Bellemore take on a dude like Nick Symmonds, that would be an exciting race. They both seem like bros."




    LOL... Actually, it might be close if your aus buds are running a flat out mile agaisnt a beer mile-ing Bellemore. Also Symonds has run a beer mile... If I can recal, an unsurprisingly mediocre 5:20ish clocking

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    Meizner said 1 year ago

    Symmonds has tried the BM and is not good

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    BM vet said 1 year ago

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    "Super impressive run by Bellemore!

    But I wouldn't say that sub 430 isn't possible...

    Although I would hardly consider the drinking as "rest", the beer mile is essentially a 4 x 400m workout with ~7-8 seconds of recovery (with optimal chugging). That's not a lot, but those few seconds could allow for the cumulative running time to approach (or even be quicker than) one's PB in the mile!

    Excited for tomorrow!"



    Have you ever done a beer mile? The beers aren't restful. To drink you have to hold your breath. So it's 4x400 with 7-8s of holding your breath.

    In the few beer miles I did, the strategy was to coast a bit on the last 50m of each lap so as to be able to chug better due to being less out of breath. You can see in the video Bellemore does this as well a bit.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    What's the rule with not finishing your beer?

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    Peterson said 1 year ago



    30ml is over 1 ounce. I wager Cory was over.

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    time to make the beer mile a CIS event

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    CBFAN #1 said 1 year ago

    We will all find out who the king of the beer mile is tmrw!!! Time to prove all the haterzz wrong #TeamCB

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    Anonymous said 1 year ago

    If Bellemore goes out as hot as he did the other day 60. It's over, or he can run tactically and destroy the field in the last lap. He's just not a great chugger but the guys mile time is the same as Kent's basically

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    drewmaca said 1 year ago

    Sorry if I have missed anyone of note, but great news from Windsor finally including Montcalm, Bishop, Falk, and now Bellemore....

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