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Sweden has become the first country in the world to legally recognize sex as a sport, and the first-ever European Sex Championship will be held in Gothenburg on June 8.
The European Sex Championship will begin on June 8 and will last six weeks, with players engaging in sexual activities ranging from 45 minutes to one hour each day as part of their matches and/or activities. The time will vary based on the contest, but according to some accounts, the competitions can go up to six hours per day.
According to preliminary registrations, the championship will be attended by 20 persons from various countries. The winners will be determined by a panel of three judges as well as audience votes.
Participants will also be judged across 16 disciplines, including oral sex, seduction, penetration, endurance, number of orgasms, knowledge about sex, chemistry and communication between the couple, looks, and so on, according to sources. Participants can get between five and ten points based on these factors.