Australia: True Grit: Australia's first military-style obstacle course
Last Updated: 22 May 2015

Do you have "True Grit"?

Grit can be defined as a noncognitive trait based on someone's ability to persevere despite the presence of many challenges and obstacles to achieve a given goal.

True Grit is, therefore, a very fitting name for Australia's first military-style obstacle course. Developed by two ex-Special Forces soldiers, True Grit pushes challengers to the max.

It definitely takes a certain type of individual to conquer it!

Testing their endurance skills were Moore Stephens' Peppe Fusco and Tim Siebert, who joined forces with a small group of clients and friends to undertake the event on Saturday, 2 May 2015.

Held at Caudo Vineyard in Cadell on the Murray River, the Adelaide event had around 36 obstacles over a 12km circuit, all held in natural terrain.

Taking into account the time of year, there was a lot of mud involved and the group looked worse for wear but definitely in good spirits for finishing the course injury-free and rising to the challenge. Well done!

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