New world record set for "Beer Mile"

Chug, run, repeat!

Lewis Kent did just that and in record speed, winning the FloTrack Beer Mile World Championships in Austin, Texas, on December 4.

Kent, a 22-year-old Canadian cross-country runner and the world's only professional beer-miler, shattered his own record with a time of 4:47:17, Outside Magazine reported.

The race requires competitors to run four laps around a track, stopping to swig a beer before each lap for a total of four drinks per race.