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Toughing it out at Singapore's most challenging obstacle race

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Toughing it out at Singapore's most challenging obstacle race

03 March, 2015   Shawn Lim


They ran, they jumped and they crawled.


When it ended, the participants of Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015 walked away sweaty and muddy but ultimately, satisfied and pleased with their efforts.

Participants had to go through nine obstacles - the last and final obstacle only being revealed to them at the start line - along a 14km route pocketed with famous Singapore landmarks like Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay, along the way.


Here’s a look back at what went down at the event. (all photos by VoxSports)


Participants waiting for the obstacle race to be flagged off


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015


The 14km route took participants along iconic Singapore landmarks like the Singapore Sports Hub

Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015

Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015


The wide variety of obstacles tested the limits of the participants and pushed them to conquer their fears


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015

Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015

Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015

Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015

Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015


Mr Teo Ser Luck, Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry, completing the obstacle race

men's health urbanathlon 2015


Like Singapore, Mr Khairil Anwar (left) turns 50 this year. He celebrated it by taking part in an obstacle race together with a SG50 contingent


men's health urbanathlon 2015



When the race ended, it’s time to kick back, relax and soak in the atmosphere at the race village


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015

Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015

The fittest Urbanathletes in Singapore and winners of Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015 - The Gurkha Contingent


Men’s Health Urbanathlon 2015