I had no idea this existed at all:
A couple years ago I participated in and won the Tallahassee Naturally College Greek Athletic Meet. It was a small turnout, but very fun and a unique experience. After all, how often have you come across a competition involving javelin, sprinting, discuss, long-jump, and wrestling (in the event of a tie) that is conducted completely in the nude?
Tallahassee Naturally is a travel (“unlanded”) club — they don’t own permanent resort property — for family nude recreation. Which may explain this:
I’m sad to say that this year’s 22nd annual competition may be the last. I recently received an email stating that the woods in which the competition has been traditionally held will no longer be available to the organization in the future. While they intend to find a future home, I fear that the poor turnout in recent years will dampen their spirits and shake their resolve. So, if you’ve ever considered giving it your all while wearing nothing, make it now.
In the meantime, these are the house rules:
BRING: One clean birthday suit, beach towel or blanket, sunscreen, sack lunch, and plenty of drinking water.
CAMERAS: Not allowed! Exception: reporters from newspapers may make special arrangements.
NOTE: Anyone under 18 must bring signed parental permission.
Oh, and spectators ($20 per ticket) are advised that this is not a clothing-optional event: you do without, just as the participants do.