Obstacle course Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster

We finally made it through the bureaucratic obstacle course and got our visas.

Recent Examples on the Web

This trampoline park offers wall-to-wall bouncing in addition to a ninja warrior-style obstacle course and hyped up versions of volleyball, basketball and dodgeball.

Rory Appleton, The Indianapolis Star, 21 July 2022

At the outset of each blistering obstacle course — many of which can last fewer than 30 seconds — the goal is simply to kill every demon and reach the finish line.

Nathan Grayson, Washington Post, 1 July 2022

In addition to the obstacle course, competitors and spectators could visit about a dozen informational tents from SAPD and local companies and organizations including Bootcamp Nation and Viciously Loyal.

Megan Rodriguez, San Antonio Express-News, 16 Oct. 2021

Future park amenities include an obstacle course, sun shades, a paw print walkway, a pavilion and an animal shelter.

Beth Mlady, cleveland, 21 July 2022

But the organizers of the sport, the Union Internationale de Pentathlon Moderne (UIPM), announced in May that an obstacle course would be tested as a potential replacement for the riding discipline after the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Patrick Brzeski, The Hollywood Reporter, 27 June 2022

Created by Megan McGrath and Irad Eyal and hosted by Rutledge Wood, the show takes its inspiration from the children’s game of the same name, and sees contestants navigate an obstacle course in a room filled with fake lava.

Wilson Chapman, Variety, 9 May 2022

Behind her, near the slope leading down to Sauk Lake, an obstacle course had been created behind a table displaying bird nests, turtle shells and other natural artifacts that can be found amid the adjacent timber.

Paul Eisenberg, chicagotribune.com, 10 Apr. 2022

The first player competition Saturday no longer will be a head-to-head, single-elimination format among eight players traversing an obstacle course.

Los Angeles Times, 18 Feb. 2022

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