Firefighters test their endurance in a grueling five event competition. Individuals and fire departments from across the country showed up at the riverfront for the event. The Scott Firefighter Combat challenge is known to some as the toughest two minutes in sports. Willie Curry, Jr. is a Henderson firefighter. He says he participated in the competition that includes a tower climb, hose advance and a victim rescue for health reasons. There is a high rate of heart attacks among firefighters and fitness he says is a department concern . The world record for the event is one minute and 31 seconds. Evansville Fire Captain Mike Connelly says a firefighter from Alaska made the best time in the competition Saturday at one minute and 31 seconds. While Evansvilles team quest placed third in the team portion of the competition.