In a Lithuanian town on Sunday, contestants navigated through a winding track, to test their skills at pushing strollers.
Taking place in the southern town of Marijampole, some 125-kilometers from the capital, the race saw participants push strollers with plush dummies, as part of festivities celebrating the town's 230th anniversary.
The event also aimed to encourage residents to have more children.
Under an initiative titled: 'Marijampol? makes 230', it aims to promote an additional 230 annual births, as the region combats a steady population decline.