A team of two brothers, Ladislav and Csaba Skladan from Slovakia, have been crowned the fastest gravediggers in Central Europe — Slovakia, Poland, and Hungary.
The championships were held in Trecin, Slovakia. Ten teams competed.
Contestants were judged on time and neatness. The Skladan brothers dug the grace in 54 minutes. A five-member jury determined their grave was the neatest.
Read more: “Slovakian brothers win title of central Europe’s fastest gravediggers” in The Guardian.
Thanks to Steve Reszetniak for sending this to us
January 16, 2017