You wouldn’t think it was a game. So is feminization. Originally from Finland, but also trained in the US. The World Cup takes place every October, but last Monday was the opening round in Wisconsin.
Caleb and Justin Roesler came out on top there. The concept is simple: do an obstacle course with your wife on your back. The length of the track is 253 meters and the weight of the woman must be at least 49 kg. Getting married is optional.
Caleb and Justin took 1 minute and 7 seconds of course. One second slower than world champion Tiesto Myättinen and Finland’s Katja Kovanen. But they get another chance: their win at Wisconsin allows them to compete for a national title.
Fear of falling
For now, they already have the prize money and Justin’s beer weight. How much that weight is remains a mystery. Both dare to reveal the secret behind their success: practice, practice and some more practice.
“We did a little work in the backyard after looking around to make sure no one could see us. And we watched videos of other breeds to see which grips worked best,” Caleb said. Justin adds: “I was afraid of falling and I didn’t like it.”
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