The Bikini Track Sprint is a controversial race set to take place on December 4, 2010 at the Gold Coast Turf Club in Queensland, Australia and it is exactly what you think it is -- exactly like a horse race, but girls running in bikinis.
Despite the controversy involved with the objectification of women, the chairman of the Gold Coast Turf Club assures the public that the Bikini Track Sprint will be more than just bikini-clad women running; they are adamant about scouting extremely competitive girls to give everyone a "real race."
See Fine Fillies Race in the Bikini Track Sprint
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