The hip city of Germany sees athletes compete in skinny-jean tug-of-war.

A city that is often referred to as the next Silicon Valley for its booming startup scene, is bound to spawn hipsters in Ray-Ban sunglasses, vintage accessories, and an acquired taste in music and coffee. Last weekend, the hip kids of Berlin hosted the second annual Hipster Olympics, which attracted over 6,000 people. 12 teams of five ‘athletes' went head-to-head in ironic games like skinny-jeans tug-of-war, jute-bag race, horn-rimmed glasses-throwing contest, and a vinyl-spinning marathon.

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