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2nd Annual Schnebly Charity Run – The Beer Mile

The First Schnebly Family “Beer Mile” Charity Run Will Kick Off Benefitting The American Cancer Society To Fund Cancer Research

At 5pm, the 1st Annual Schnebly Family “Beer Mile” Charity Run will kick off, benefitting the American Cancer Society to fund cancer research. Participating runners will be given a glow necklace to display the cancer they’ll be running for, while conquering an “all new” course complete with obstacles. While the five-kilometer course will honor the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners during an official ceremony before the fireworks, every runner will receive a medal to commemorate their run. All proceeds from the run will go to the American Cancer Society, and anyone who buys a ticket for the run will get free admission to the Lychee Summer Celebration; family members get special pricing on LSC tickets with Runner Registration.

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what is the beer mile?

The First Schnebly Family “Beer Mile” Charity Run Will Kick Off Benefitting The American Cancer Society To Fund Cancer Research

1. Each competitor (regardless of gender, size, or age) drinks four cans of beer and runs four laps, ideally on a track (start – beer, then lap, then beer, then lap, then beer, then lap – finish).

2. Beer must be consumed before the lap is begun, within the transition area which is the 10 meter zone before the start/finish line on a 400m track.

3. The race begins with the drinking of the first beer in the last meter of the transition zone to ensure the competitors run a complete mile (1609 meters).

4. Women also drink four beers in four laps (past rule lists only required ladies to drink three beers).

5. Competitors must drink canned beer and the cans should not be less than 355ml (the standard can volume) or 12oz (the imperial equivalent). Bottles may be substituted for cans as long as they are at least 12 oz (355 ml) in volume.

6. No specialized cans or bottles may be used that give an advantage by allowing the beer to pour at a faster rate. i.e.,“super mega mouth cans” or “wide mouth bottles” are prohibited.

7. Beer cans must not be tampered with in any manner, i.e., no shotgunning or puncturing of the can except for opening the can by the tab at the top. The same applies with bottles – no straws or other aids are allowed in order to aid in the speed of pouring.

8. Beer must be a minimum of 5% alcohol by volume. Hard ciders and lemonades will not suffice.

9. Each beer can must not be opened until the competitor enters the transition zone on each lap.

10. Competitors who vomit before they finish the race must complete one penalty lap at the end of the race (immediately after the completion of their 4th lap). Note: Vomiting more than once during the race still requires only one penalty lap at the end.

* It is strongly recommended, when attempting official records, to tip the empty beer can or bottle over your head at the end of a chug to verify an empty vessel