Moving with Obstacles

Traditionally obstacles stay in a single position. Even obstacles that rotate, spin or pivot will do so from a fixed point. The moving with obstacles type differentiates itself because the athlete must bring the obstacle with them through the course.

Examples:

A youth athlete on the Caber Log at the 2022 NNL World Championship.

Caber Log

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Moving with Obstacles

Appearances

World Championships
First Appearance: 2022
Joe Moravsky on the Pipe Coaster at the 2022 NNL World Championship.

Pipe Coaster

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Moving with Obstacles

Appearances

Regional Qualifiers, World Championships
First Appearance: 2020

Pegboard

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Moving with Obstacles

Appearances

Regional Qualifiers, TV
First Appearance: 2015

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