Short Cuts

GOA-GETTING If drinking to excess, cracking lewd jokes and singing bawdy songs—interspersed with the occasional long run—could be considered an athletic event, then the biennial Interhash would be the Olympics of hashing. Taking place Sept. 27-29 in Goa, India, this event promises lots of drinking, great food, good company and the traditional Hash House Harrier cure for a brutal hangover: another run. More than 3,500 participants are expected to slap down $250 each to join the weekend bash. With some 60,000 registered alcoholics in Goa, according to the event organizers, the former Portuguese colony is a natural for hashers. Go to...

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