from around the world took part in a secret, unofficial, Olympic
sport, in which athletes drink too much alcohol before using
their fresh urine to draw the Olympic symbol in the snow,
earlier this week.
trained athletes from 28 countries took part, in spite of
extreme security. The event was secretly planned to coincide
with the official opening ceremony.
officers feared horrible Taliban type disruption to the snow-pee
event in which a representative of each country drinks the
equivalent of ten pints of beer before drawing the five Olympic
rings using fresh urine untouched by human hand.
were allowed to take part this year for the first time. However,
following the event, many women said they may withdraw their
candidature next time. This is due, in part, to an administrative
error which caused considerable embarrassment and unforeseen
fancy footwork in the snow.
women had been told that they could use a funnel, but this
was denied at the very last minute with no reason being given
other than shrugged shoulders.
had been training using a funnel and when I got to the event
they changed the rules. It made me so angry I couldn't piss
straight," said CEO of LadyHealth
women had turned up with complex cake-icing type devices which
clearly gave them an advantage over the men.
year, 20% of men need medical attention after taking
part in the snow-pee contest due to the combined
effects of the cold and splash back.
year's contest was won by Russia, the traditional champions,
having won it 7 out of 8 times before.
Russian Vodka in the urine gives the drawn circles a greater
depth, and can be illuminated by means of striking a match.
drawings composed of beer-urine are not flammable and therefore
tend to disappear quickly if it is snowing.
event has never been televised because of concerns over how
it could affect toilet training for the under five's.