This past May, Canadian Corey Bellemore explained his method for becoming the world-record holder in the beer mile, a race that features athletes who drink a beer then run a lap around a track—four times.
"After you chug those beers, the first hundred meters of the next lap, you really have to focus on getting the burps out," the Canadian told B/R's Joon Lee in May.
Bellemore recently broke his own mark.
As Coleman Bentley of The Loop explained, the sprinter/chugger finished last Saturday's Beer Mile World Classic in 4:33:60, a new world record for the event.
Despite once again proving that nobody can drink-and-run faster, Bellemore remained both humble and socially conscious on Twitter after his accomplishment:
Not all heroes wear capes.