Over 1,500 Belarusians took part in the Brave Run obstacle race in Minsk on the Victory Day, 9 May.
Brave, strong and stubborn!
This year the extreme event included tyre, water, dirt, wall and other obstacles to test strength and stamina of the participants.
The enthusiasts competed on a 2.1km route where they had to fight various obstacles and own weaknesses.
The brave ones crawled under the barbed wire, climbed the walls and armored troop-carriers, waded with sacks on their shoulders to prove themselves they can do it.
Improvised shots and water explosions made the atmosphere of the competition close to real.
Three hundred of the runners were children, the youngest were just four years old.
For many it was the first time they celebrated the Victory Day by taking part in track-and-field competition of such a scale.
Recall that the Belarusian Athletics Federation opened registration for the Minsk half-marathon 2018.
The race will take place on September 9. Anyone can register via the official website minskhalfmarathon.by.