28 photos of ripped Wall Streeters testing their physical limits at the most intense competition out there

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The D10.
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The D10 isn’t for the faint of heart. The intense competition pushes its athletic contestants to their ultimate physical limits. A favorite among the Wall Street crowd, its goal is to raise money to support pediatric cancer research – which this year was a massive success for the New York City chapter, raising over $8 million dollars.

This past weeked, those in New York from Goldman Sachs, RBC Capital Markets, JPMorgan, and many more came together to compete in the two-day event.

Below, 28 photos that show the intense 400-meter run, football throw, pull-ups, 40-yard dash, dips, 500-meter row, vertical jump, 20-yard shuttle, bench press, and 800-meter run competition.


On Saturday, teams of four came to compete against one another.

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Rachael Chen, an analyst at JP Morgan was on team House Tyrell, which raised over $11,000.

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Zach Rosen, of KeyBanc Capital Markets, was on team MHP1, which raised over $17,000.

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Russ Cobb, president of Blackbaud Healthcare completed 16 reps of pull ups and helped raise funds with his team MHP1.

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Andy Toussaint, an analyst Pimpco also completed 16 reps.

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Brandon Felice of Deutsche Bank completed 38 reps of dips.

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Teams also had to compete for time during the 500 meter row. Courtney Levering came in second at one minute, 35 seconds.

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Keith Lawrence, a trainer at Tone House who helped train many of the athletes on the field that day, had a time one minute, 25 seconds.

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On Sunday, the individual competitions took place. Here, Mark Rubin of ICAP runs the 400 meter. He is the past, five-time winning champion of the D10.

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Caroline Farkas of RBC Capital Markets, came in first for the individual, women’s 400 meter run — with a time of one minute, two seconds.

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Lisa D’Agostino, a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch raised over $5,000 for charities during the event.

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After the run — competitors see how far they can throw a football.

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Pull ups are next. Here, Kamar Saint-Louis of Citi Bank completed 17 reps.

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Sloane Klonsky of Morgan Stanley completed 11.

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A 40 yard dash comes next — here, Chris Henrich of RBC Capital Markets sprints.

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Dips have to be done after the run. Laura Placentra completed 28 reps.

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Kris Martin, an analysts at Morgan Stanley, competes in the 500 meter row next.

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Naeem Muhammed is the top fundraiser on Wall Street — alone he raised over $44,000 dollars.

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Even on the individual competition day, friends motivated each other to power through.

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After rowing, competitors have to jump. Derek Gaul, of Northwestern Mutual, had a 36 inch high jump.

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Next is the 20 yard shuttle.

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The athletes caught some shade while waiting their turn.

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After a bench press, and the final 800 meter run Mauricio Velasco yells in triumph — he placed fourth in the run at two minutes, 19 seconds.

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After that, athletes cooled down…

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…and ate some snacks…

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…and took a rest in the sun.

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Winners were awarded with trophies — here, the top three competing women: Katie Davis, Laura Placentra, and Kerry Ojeda pose.

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For the men, Randy Giveans, Tom White, and Marc Ruben post with their medals.

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