Miss Windy Mills, better known as one of Amsterdam’s leading drag performers, showed that she’s got more to her than just tits and ass by winning her third Olympic Gold title. She edged out Miss Nixx and Didi Licious who took silver and bronze respectively during the ninth International Drag Olympics held during Pride.
Olympic records were shattered in the one hundred meter stiletto sprint with Didi Licious winning in an incredible 9.47 seconds. The winning handbag toss was a staggering eighty-five meters. And the inaugural pentathlon as well as the Greco-Roman weightlifting (105 kg) proved a huge success with the crowd and were more than challenging for the competitors.
The organizers were pleased to announce that there were no serious injuries or doping incidents reported, quite a feat in this no holds barred event. There were however reports of burnt wigs, slashed frocks and broken nails in an alleged behind the scenes brawl between some of the girls who disputed the final medal tallying.
With eighteen contestants hailing from afar away as Israel, Mexico, the UK and Aruba it was clear that these games were the most competitive in recent memory. After the traditional arrival of the Olympic Flame by hostess Jennifer Hopelezz (a spectacular entry atop a thirty meter crane) the extravaganza continued with a demonstration synchronized swimming event in the Keizersgracht by the ladies from Upstream swim team.
Presented by the irresistible Miss Erin Amazia Tasmania and larger-than-life Axa Rod, this two hour spectacle firmly placed Amsterdam once again as the center of Drag sporting excellence.
All eyes are now on the Drag Winter Games, expected to be held some time in December.