Sweden has officially recognized s3x as a sport and finalized preparations for the inaugural s3x tournament, set to commence on Thursday, June 8.
Participants in the s3x tournament will engage in daily s3xual encounters that can span up to six hours.
According to Swedish local media, a panel of judges will determine the winners of the s3x competition, while the audience will also contribute their opinions and analyses to the selection process.
The European S3x Championship, scheduled for June 8, will extend over a period of six weeks, during which participants will partake in sexual activity on a daily basis for durations ranging from 45 minutes to one hour, depending on the length of their bouts.
The report states that the competition consists of three levels, and contestants must achieve a specific minimum number of points at each level in order to advance.
Contestants in the s3x tournament have the opportunity to earn between 5 and 10 points in each discipline, with the scoring determined through a combination of public votes and evaluation by a panel of five judges.
According to the report, the audience will observe the sex competitions and take note of various aspects of the s3xual activity.
Factors such as the chemistry between the couple, their understanding of s3x, their endurance level, and other important s3xual attributes will all be considered in determining the ultimate winner.
Dragan Bratych, the head of the Swedish Federation of S3x, expressed his hope that s3x would eventually be recognized as a sport worldwide.
He highlighted the value of education and the potential benefits of engaging in s3xual activity for one’s physical and mental well-being.
“Just like any sport, achieving desired results in s3x requires training,” he stated, suggesting that competition in this realm will inevitably develop.
Bratych emphasized the unique aspects of this sport, where the objective is to bring extreme happiness to one’s partner.
He added that the competitor’s ability to satisfy their partner is the key determinant of success in this game, in contrast to traditional sports where losing often leads to disappointment.