With the help of Mt. Dew, the world record was just shattered by these two West Fargo heroes.
West Fargo, ND – After two West Fargo athletes broke the three-minute mile barrier, they both admitted to cheating by drinking a couple Mountain Dews prior to their record-breaking race.
Zippy Blistad and Flasher Perkins both ran a mile in just under three minutes during the final race of the day.
During their post-race interview with ESPN each of the boys openly admitted to drinking “a lot” of Mountain Dew soda pop soft drink to boost their racing parameters.
Obviously it worked. Unfortunately, both athletes will be banned from the Olympix due to new Doping Standards imposed after recent revelations revealing rampant rule regulations.
If you and your family would like to meet and greet Zippy and Flasher and also perhaps congratulate them on their amazing accomplishment, the boys will be doing a Congratulatory Run through the streets of West Fargo. If they look at all tired or slow, offer them up some Mt. Dew for a nice little kick-start.
Since then, Gary Clark has been traveling around the world blowing audiences’ minds with his unique and remarkable river dancing talents.
Those talents have paid off as Mr. Clark has been chosen to be on season 17 of Dancing With The Stars. It is a remarkable accomplishment as Mr. Clark is the first river dancer to ever be featured on the show. He is also the first contestant from the city of Fargo.
“I’m excited to show the world what river dancers are capable of. I’m not all about tapping my feet. I can move like a swift gazelle!”
Gary Clark has recently completed the U.S. Riverdance Tour and has been teaching private and party lessons since the tour ended.
“There is no downtime for me. I have so much energy! My dance students will miss me while I’m off doing the show but they will be ok. I’m coming home with a win!”
As with his river dancing, we can surely expect Gary Clark to take the Dancing With The Stars stage by storm. He is at the top of the talent crop.
Gary Clark promises to represent Fargo with pride.
West Fargo, ND – Gary Clark has been a member of the West Fargo school administration for a number of years now. Soon this will come to an end as Gary Clark will step down to pursue his river dancing career.
For years, Mr. Clark’s skills as a world class river dancer have laid dormant as he pursued his teaching career. These skills have gone to waste. Nobody knew his talents. Family, teachers, the very kids he taught had no idea of Mr. Clarks remarkable river dancing abilities. As time would pass, Mr. Clark began feeling more and more restless. Longing for something more, he knew he had a calling. Over the past couple years Mr. Clark has been honing his river dancing skills in secret and he says he is ready to take the stage by storm.
Gary Clark seen here river dancing.
Effective May 23rd, Gary Clark will retire once again from the West Fargo School Administration to pursue his river dancing career. He can be seen on the U.S. Riverdance Tour this summer and will be teaching private and party lessons after the tour ends.