Hundreds Compete for the Title of Fastest Waiter or Waitress

Nearly 500 men and women competed in the annual Buenos Aires race.

Nearly 500 men and women picked up trays laden with drinks to speed-walk down city streets in the annual running of the service staff.

The race, sponsored by the Hotel and Hospitality Workers Union in Argentina, covers about 15 blocks in Buenos Aires.

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The goal is to walk, without running, while balancing drinks and bottles and to do reach the finish line without spilling drop.

Carlos Cejas won the men’s under-30 contest and Noelia Rojo took the women’s category.

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“One has to be the best to serve the customers in Buenos Aires, Cejas told ITV News.

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