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The Truth About The Sweden Sex Championship: Fact Checking the Internet Buzz

the truth behind the viral claim of a Swedish Sex Championship, this article provides a comprehensive fact-check, debunking the internet buzz with credible information.



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You’ve seen the headlines and social media posts: “Sweden Declares Sex a Sport, Plans Championship”. As unbelievable as it sounds, various reputed international news outlets fell for this sensational news. But what is the real story behind this claim? In this article, brought to you by, we’re digging deeper and presenting the fact-checked truth.

What’s the Buzz?

Several media houses like The Times of India, Pakistani websites, South African IOL and other Nigerian news outlets reported that Sweden has officially recognized sex as a sport. The rumor suggested a tournament in Gothenburg was scheduled to begin on June 8, where contestants would engage in daily sex bouts lasting up to six hours.

As exciting as it sounds, a representative from the Swedish Sports Confederation denied these claims, stating the news as false.

Fact-Checking the Claims

Let’s analyze the claim in detail:

Claim: Sweden has officially recognized sex as a sport and will hold a sex tournament this week.

Fact-check: False

The Swedish Sports Confederation spokesperson, Anna Setzman, stated, “All this information is false. Right now, false information is being spread in some international media about Sweden and Swedish sports. These are vigorously denied.”

The Man Behind the Drama

Swedish man, Dragan Bratic, was revealed to be the source of this rumor. As the owner of several strip clubs, Bratic reportedly desires for sex to be classified as a sport. His application to become a member of the Swedish Sports Confederation was rejected, debunking the news of a “Sex Federation”.

Despite the rejection, a dubious website for the so-called “Swedish Sex Federation” was found to be counting down to the fake tournament. Anna Setzman confirmed, “There is no sex federation that is a member of the Swedish Sports Confederation.”

The Swedish Sports Confederation has drawn attention to the fact that in some parts of the international media news is currently being spread that a sex federation has become a member of the Swedish Sports Confederation,” Setzman said in the statement. “It is false information with the aim of smearing Swedish sports and Sweden.”

The Misleading Information

False information was distributed with elaborate details, such as how to participate in the event and an email address linked to the supposed “Swedish Sex Federation”. Unfortunately, this misinformation spread without proper fact-checking from major news outlets. One report even suggested the knowledge of Kamasutra would aid participants, only to reveal the falseness of the event in the last paragraph.

Concluding Thoughts

While Nordic countries are known for hosting some unusual competitions like wife carrying and the World Sauna Championship, the news of a sex tournament was fake. It’s crucial for us to be mindful of the sources we get our news from and take the responsibility to verify the information before we share it further. is dedicated to bringing you the facts and debunking the myths. Stay tuned to us for accurate and trustworthy news updates.

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