A farmer in England has beaten dozens of rivals to the title of World Coal Carrying Champion after charging through a northern England town with a 110-pound sack on his back.
Andrew Corrigan collapsed on a bed of hay after completing Monday's 1,200-yard race in a time of four minutes, 31 seconds, receiving warm applause from the crowd who lined the course in Gawthorpe, near Wakefield.
The quirky race started in the old mining town in 1963 when a man entered a pub and accused another of looking a bit unfit, leading to a race involving a sack of coal.
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The women's race, in which competitors each carried 44 pounds, was won by Jen Mustan in four minutes, 30 seconds.