Definition of Obstacle race
1. Noun. A race in which competitors must negotiate obstacles.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Obstacle Race
Literary usage of Obstacle race
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1915)
"Crackers leave mouth dry and contestant, so that he who first can utter clarion call, well deserves "Chantecler" medal. Sixth Event: "obstacle race. ..."
2. Play, Comprising Games for the Kindergarten, Playground, Schoolroom and by Emmett Dunn Angell (1920)
"This continues until all of one team have been carried back to the starting line, the team finishing first winning the race. obstacle race Considerable ..."
3. A Handbook of Health by Woods Hutchinson (1911)
"... about in the story that you are reading at home, or what you are going to wear to the party next week. AN obstacle race Keep yourself in good condition, ..."
4. The Horseless AgeAutomobiles (1900)
"obstacle race—Prize of a gold medal for best time in passing through obstacles. ... Ladles'obstacle race—Sliver cup. Three-mile merchandise delivery ..."