LIBERAL, Kan. (AP) — An Englishwoman scarcely squeaked out a victory above a competitor throughout the pond in Kansas in Tuesday’s annual pancake race concerning their British and American hometowns.
Katie Godor, from Olney, in Buckinghamshire, ran the 71st Intercontinental Pancake Working day race with a time of 1:06 seconds. That just beat the time of Whitney Hay, a student at Seward County Group Higher education, who gained the Liberal, Kansas, leg of the race in 1.09 seconds.
Women of all ages in the occasion have to run a 415-garden (380 meter) race while carrying a pancake in a frying pan and flipping it at the beginning and conclusion.
The race began in Olney in the 15th century. Liberal challenged Olney to an international competitors in 1950.
The function expanded this year in Liberal to a four-working day event, that features pancake feeding on and flipping contests, a parade and a carnival. Other occasions involve a 5K pleasurable run, races for all ages, and a shriving service, which is the spiritual element of the vacation, according to race organizers.
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