In 2002 some Swedes made a drunken bet at a bar, challenging each other to a race through the Stockholm archipelago. They decided they'd go from an island called Utö to another called Sandhamn, approximately 75 kms away, with the last team of two to pay for the hotel, dinner and drinks. Two teams of two started the next morning with the only rule being that they had to pass three different restaurants on the islands between the start and the finish. It took them more than 24 hours. They tried again the year after with the same result.