BattleFrog, a 24 hour extreme race designed by a Navy seal, consists of a 5-mile-run with 25 obstacles, and a swimming portion that's around 30 miles long. This is meant to test the limits of even the fittest adults.
"She literally murdered it," Christian told The Miami Herald. "I was so convinced the race was going to crush her. I wanted to prove to her that it's tougher than she thought. But when we finished it, all she wanted to do was another lap."
"I don't want to play video games, I don't want to Hoverboard," Milla said in an interview with the Miami Herald. "I don't want to do things to make life easier. I want to be comfortable being uncomfortable. I have one body and it's all I want and all I love.
Milla also has a Go Fund Me page to help fund future events she wants to participate in.
On the page she has a statement of purpose, which has a message about bullying.
"My name is Milla Star Bizzotto, I'm 9 years old. I don't spend all day playing videogames. I have a mission. I obstacle course race with a purpose. I DON'T RUN THE KIDS COURSE! I want to inspire a generation. #InspirationForTheIPadGeneration I want to inspire kids to eat healthy and get outside and play. I want kids to stand up to bullies. I was bullied at school, kids get bullied all the time. I no longer get bullied, now #IAmTheAntiBully! We are all made in different shapes and sizes, we need to love our bodies! #LoveYourBody."