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obstacle course

a military training area having obstacles, as hurdles, ditches, and walls, that must be surmounted or crossed in succession.
Informal. an event, situation, course of action, or the like that presents many challenges or difficulties. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • But its gorgeous smooth surface suddenly gives way to a dilapidated, pot-holed obstacle course for the rest of the journey.
  • Donors have to negotiate an obstacle course of bureaucracy before cash can be released.
  • And that forest, while easy for humans to cross, is a real obstacle course for the butterflies.
  • The park has nature games, feeding stations for observation, an obstacle course and art center for kids.
  • The game kicks off with a training exercise and obstacle course to learn the controls.
  • The physical agility test consists of a run and an obstacle course.
  • The final event of the training is the ever fun and popular obstacle course.
  • The physical agility test consists of an obstacle course and a weight push.

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