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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

REGISTERED TEAMS & LEADERBOARDS


EVENT TIMELINE
07:00am – Sign In/Shirt Pickup
08:00am – WOD Demo and Briefing
08:45am – HEAT 1
09:25am – HEAT 2
10:05am – HEAT 3
10:45am – Daniel Victory addresses audience, podium finishers announced, prizes awarded

WOD INFO:

ALL WODS WILL BE PERFORMED IN TEAMS OF 3. 1 ATHLETE WILL WORK AT A TIME.

RX DIVISION
WOD 1&2: 0:00-20:00

WOD 1 – (Time Cap- 12:00)
For time:
– 75 KBS (70/53)
– 75 Box Jumps (30/24)
– 75 C2B Pull-ups

WOD 2: Est Max Complex for each athlete of- 1 Snatch, 2 Hang Snatch, 3 OHS

WOD 3: 10 min AMRAP – 20:00-30:00
– 10 Power Cleans (155/105)
– 10 Shoulder to Overhead (155/105)
– 10 Back Squats (155/105)

SCALED DIVISION
WOD 1&2: 0:00-20:00

WOD 1 – (Time Cap- 12:00)
For time:
– 75 KBS (53/35)
– 75 Box Jumps (24/20)
– 75 Chin over bar Pull-ups*

WOD 2: Est Max Complex for each athlete of- 1 Snatch, 2 Hang Snatch, 3 OHS

WOD 3: 10 min AMRAP – 20:00-30:00
– 10 Power Cleans (105/75)
– 10 Shoulder to Overhead (105/75)
– 10 Back Squats (105/75)

*The scaled pull-ups are chin over bar pull-ups, athletes who scale further by using bands will place below any athlete who does not use additional scaling.


DATE: Saturday April 30th, 2016

LOCATION: CrossFit VTG, 8006 Safari Way, Smyrna, TN 37167

TIME: 8am – 11am


KERI’s STORY

In October of 2010, at age 28, Keri was diagnosed with stage 2, Triple Negative, Breast Cancer. Triple Negative being the most aggressive sub type of Breast Cancer with the least number of effective treatment options. After several months of Chemotherapy and surgery we were told that no Cancer was detected on her last scan. One month later, a more recent scan revealed 3 spots on her lungs. After traveling to Texas and Oklahoma for other opinions we decided to settle in at Vanderbilt and continue the recommended Chemotherapy. Over the next year and a half the Cancer would progress slowly requiring brain surgery, multiple rounds of Chemotherapy, and radiation. Eventually the disease reached her brain, lungs, liver, collar bone, and spine. Her body could no longer sustain itself with this level of disease and Keri passed on December 9, 2014.
Facts about Keri

Strong Faith in God, awesome wife, awesome mother, 2nd grade school teacher, athletic, completed 7 half marathons, very health and fitness oriented.

Things to remember about her fight

Always smiling and positive, continued to teach until the last 3 months, completed Crossfit VTG “On Ramp” while on chemotherapy, always looking to help others, never complained, never gave up the fight, and her determination and will to live was truly inspirational.

Purpose of this competition

This competition will serve as a way that we can honor her life as well as raise money for their two children. Please join us in raising money for Cale and Reece. More details to come.