9-year-old dominates Navy Seal design obstacle course

9-year-old dominates Navy Seal design obstacle course
(Source: Instagram)
(Source: Instagram)

MIAMI, FL (WMC) - A 9-year-old girl from Miami, Florida, dominated an obstacle course designed for Navy Seals.

Milla Star Bizzotto, 9, completed the extreme race on March 4. The race was designed and meant to the test the limits of, you guessed it, the most fit and active adults.

BattleFrog's 24-hour Xtreme race, designed by a Navy Seal, is an obstacle course that consists of a five mile run with 25 obstacles. It also contains a swimming portion that is roughly 30 miles long.

Milla Bizzotto was the only person under the age of 18 to participate in the event.

She told The Miami Herald that she loves and thrives on physical activity.

"I don't want to play video games, I don't want to Hoverboard. I don't want to do things to make life easier," Bizzotto said. "I want to be comfortable being uncomfortable. I have one body and it's all I want and all I love."

Bizzotto completed the race alongside her father, Christian Bizzotto. She was allowed to participate in the race as long as her father stayed because of her age.

Milla's dad thought the race would be a little much for her, but she proved him wrong, according to what he told the Miami Herald.

"She literally murdered it. I was so convinced the race was going to crush her," Christian Bizzotto said. "I wanted to prove to her that it's tougher than she thought. But when we finished it, all she wanted to do was another lap."

Milla said she trained non-stop for months to prepare for the race. She plans to compete and train for other races in the future.

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