Nine-year-old completes 24-hour US Navy race
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Milla was the youngest person ever to finish the obstacle race

A nine-year-old girl from Florida has become the youngest person ever to complete a 24-hour, 36 mile long US Navy obstacle race.

Her father, Christian Bizzotto told 5 live Milla “comes to the gym” and trains with adults on a regular basis.

She wanted to compete in the Battle Frog race after finding the kid’s courses too easy for her ability.

Milla, who trains for up to three hours a day, five days a week, came 19th in the women’s elite heat.

This clip is originally from 5 live Drive on Tuesday 29 March 2016.