4 Man Medley Relay
Each team has 2 people on each end of the table. On the starting end are a beer bong, a quarter, a ping pong ball inside of a shot glass, an unopened can of beer and a solo cup filled with the entire contents of another beer. The ending end of the table contains an “official poking tool” as noted in the shotgun relay, an unopened beer can, and a solo cup filled with the entire contents of another beer. On the referees signal the two players on the starting end will grab the beer bong and the unopened beer can and the first leg will then “take” the beer bong as the second leg holds it for them. After the beer bong is taken in its entirety the second leg will grab the ping pong ball out of the shot glass and the starting leg will then have to bounce the quarter off the table and into the shot glass. The second leg must then chug the contents of the solo cup and then toss the ping pong ball into the solo cup at the other end, bounces are acceptable. Any misses must be fetched by a team member on the other end and then tossed back to the second leg until he sinks the cup. Upon the sinking of the cup the third leg will then chug the entirety of the cup and then “flip” the cup over. After the cup has been flipped the fourth leg may grab the can and the “official poking tool” and precede to shotgun the contents and then call “Time” to signal to the referee to stop the clock.
All penalties will result in 5 seconds being added to the final score.
1) False Start –Grabbing/touching ANY of the items mentioned in the rules before the referee signals “Go” or before the leg before you completes their task i.e. sinking the ping pong ball.
2) Interference –During the ping pong toss or the quarter bounce if any team member touches the object causing it to bounce off them and into the cup it won’t count and a penalty will be assessed. I.e. if a team member smacks the ball into the cup or allows it to bounce off them like a backboard.
3) Excessive spillage –If any beer is spilled due to an incomplete beer bong or chug or shotgun it will count as a penalty. If either cup is knocked over it will count as a disqualification.
Teams will race heads up in heats of 2. The team with the lowest overall time after all penalties have been assessed will receive 50 points. The remaining teams will then receive 50- the number of seconds away from the winner’s time amount of points. I.e. if the 2nd place team only loses by 4 seconds they will receive 46 points.