TUG OF WAR: Kingaroy Fitness vs Fire and Rescue.
TUG OF WAR: Kingaroy Fitness vs Fire and Rescue. Madeline Grace

RESULTS: Tough slog in the Top Gun Challenge

FOUR South Burnett teams battled it out head to head in the Top Gun Challenge at the RACQ Life Flight Community Fun Day this weekend.

Saturday's Top Gun Challenge was comprised of three main challenges: the ute pull, the tug of war, and the obstacle course.

The four competing teams were: Kingaroy Fitness, Fire and Rescue, Nutters One, and Nutters Two.

Nutters team two: Dan O'Conner, Claire and Craig Kaperinck, James Maxwell, and Jay Steinhardt.
Nutters team two: Dan O'Conner, Claire and Craig Kaperinck, James Maxwell, and Jay Steinhardt. Madeline Grace

Nutters team one: Mick, Josh and Aimee Freeman, Deon McLean, and Jim Glenwright.
Nutters team one: Mick, Josh and Aimee Freeman, Deon McLean, and Jim Glenwright. Madeline Grace

Kingaroy Fitness team: Steven Eckart, Adrian Maybon, Keenan Limb, Chris Arnold, and Emma Corrigan.
Kingaroy Fitness team: Steven Eckart, Adrian Maybon, Keenan Limb, Chris Arnold, and Emma Corrigan. Madeline Grace

Fire and Rescue team: Jesse Lean, Michael Callaghan, Matt Lucas, Ben Uebergang, and Geoff French.
Fire and Rescue team: Jesse Lean, Michael Callaghan, Matt Lucas, Ben Uebergang, and Geoff French. Madeline Grace

Taleah Eckart was the organiser of the Life Flight Top Gun Challenge, and said it was an action-packed day.

In the ute pull two team members were attached via harnesses to a ute and had to drag it over the finish line. Each team did this twice, and then used their fastest time.

"In the ute pull we had them do it in teams of two,” Ms Eckart said.

"They did a 30 metre pull.”

The Fire and Rescue took out the ute pull competition.

The teams all competed in the tug of war six times each.

"It was team vs team and was at random draw,” Ms Eckart said.

The Fire and Rescue team and Nutters One went head to head in the finals.

Nutters One came out on top with the most wins.

They were also the fastest on the Obstacle Course, which every team had to complete at least three times.

"In the obstacle course you've got the ring swings, the unders and overs, the fliers, the walls, the tunnels, and the poles,” she said.

"The heats were tag team based.

"Then for the finals the whole teams moved as one.”

The Nutters Team One were the overall Top Gun Challenge winners on the day.