Last weekend, Corey Bellemore of Windsor Canada set a new world record for the fastest time to finish the Beer Mile World Classic, but had very little time to enjoy his victory.
Officials quickly reversed the decision and offered him a foamy glass of bitter defeat instead.
According to race officials, Bellemore, who broke the world record was disqualified for not drinking enough beer while running around the track.
The race tasks each competitor with drinking a total of four 12- ounce beers before crossing the finish line which means they drink one at every quarter mile.
According to Beermile.com, Bellemore who clocked in at 4:24 left approximately 4.5 ounces, or half an ounce more than was permissible for the entire race.
The second-place finisher runner, Dale Clutterbuck was awarded the win with a time of 4:47.
Bellemore took to Twitter and appeared to have a good sense of humor when he hinted that he may have rushed through the chugging portion of the competition.