DIVISIONS

 

RX 2 person teams:
Male/Male
Female/Female

SCALED 2 person teams:
Male/Male
Female/Female

NON CrossFit 2 person teams:
Male/Male
Female/Female

Owen-Family

Why do “Bad Things” happen to “Good People”? There are undeniable feelings of sadness, confusion, doubt or even anger that creep in when we see “Bad Things” happen to “Good People”. It just seems to leaves us all with a pit in our stomach and a sense of bewilderment.
“Good People”

If you are reading this, Robby, Ferris, Clara (4), Ellie (2), and John Mark (7 mos.) have probably at some point served as a powerful source of encouragement to you. Ferris and Robby are just plain “others-centered”. Whether it be through Ferris’ work as a Family Nurse Practitioner or Robby’s ministry with New Song Christian Fellowship, they have each devoted their lives to the spiritual and physical well-being of others. This family WILL put you before themselves at every opportunity.

“Bad Things”
4am the morning after Christmas, Ferris fell unconscious onto the floor and was taken to the hospital for a G.I. bleed. After a week of several misdiagnoses and transfers to three different hospitals, the bleed was finally determined to be part of a larger problem: Stage 4 cancer. The cancer, “Choriocarcinoma”, is a very rare and very aggressive form of cancer caused by placental tissue that remains after a pregnancy and then mutates into cancerous cells and begins to spread around the entire body. Ferris is blessed to be at Vanderbilt University Hospital where there are experts in the treatment of this condition who are working in partnership with other experts around the world, and at this time a treatment regimen has been established and with a good prognosis.

On Jan. 6, Ferris began aggressive whole-brain radiation treatments to eliminate some “spots” on her brain as well as an aggressive chemotherapy treatment to eliminate the disease from the rest of her body completely. Ferris’ treatment plan is expected to run 6-8 months and will require her to spend every other week inpatient at Vandy.

“Good Things”
Our opportunity to give boldly and selflessly is just that. It is an opportunity. Ferris’ medical treatments and care are extremely costly, not including childcare, lost wages, and regular month-to-month expenses. Although the Owens do have insurance, there are likely some substantial gaps in coverage. 100% of the funds donated here will be received by the Owen family. “Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” (2 Corinthians 9:7 NIV)


Robby and Ferris have asked me to deeply thank everyone on here and that they are so thankful to everyone who has already given to them, encouraged them, and have prayed for them.

We also ask you to please agree with us in prayer: For Ferris’ healing, her husband Robby, and for their 3 kids. Here a few bible verses that Ferris has been holding on to through all of this so far:

“This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which enters the Presence behind the veil, where the forerunner has entered for us, even Jesus, having become High Priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek.” (Hebrews 6:19-20 NKJV)

“…the joy of the Lord is your strength.” (Nehemiah 8:10 NKJV)

“But now, thus says the Lord, who created you, O Jacob,
And He who formed you, O Israel:
“Fear not, for I have redeemed you;
I have called you by your name;
You are Mine.
When you pass through the waters, I will be with you;
And through the rivers, they shall not overflow you.
When you walk through the fire, you shall not be burned,
Nor shall the flame scorch you.
For I am the Lord your God,
The Holy One of Israel, your Savior…
(Isaiah 43:1-3 NKJV)

1 Day Event
Team Competition
WOD #1: FERRIS
(12 minute time cap)
RX Division
Only one athlete can work at a time. Each athlete must run 400m relay style at both the beginning and end. The double-unders and overhead lunges can be broken up any way you choose but each athlete must do at least 1 rep of each. 800m Run 150 Double Unders 75 Overhead Lunges (45#/25# Plate) 800m Run
WOD #2: CLEAN COMPLEX
RX Division
Immediately upon completion of WOD 1, you will move directly to WOD 2. You will have whatever time remains to find each team members max (Power Clean + Hang Squat Clean + Jerk). If WOD 1 is not completed within 12 minute cap then you will automatically move to WOD 2. Score will be a combined total of each team member’s max. Minutes: 18:00 – 20:00 Rest/transition
WOD #3: 10min AMRAP
RX Division
Minutes: 20:00 – 30:00 (Only one athlete working at a time. The work can be broken up any way you chose.) 30 Toes 2 Bar 40 Deadlifts 225/155 50 Box Jumps 24/20” 60 Swings 70/53#
WOD #1: FERRIS
(12 minute time cap)
Scaled Division
800m Run 500 Singles / 150 DUs 75 Overhead Lunges (25/10# plate) 800m Run
WOD #2: CLEAN COMPLEX
Scaled Division
Immediately upon completion of WOD 1, you will move directly to WOD 2. You will have whatever time remains to find each team members max (Power Clean + Hang Squat Clean + Jerk). If WOD 1 is not completed within 12 minute cap then you will automatically move to WOD 2. Score will be a combined total of each team member’s max. Minutes: 18:00 – 20:00 Rest/transition
WOD #3: 10min AMRAP
Scaled Division
Minutes: 20:00 – 30:00 (Only one athlete working at a time. The work can be broken up any way you chose.) 30 Knees 2 Chest / 30 T2B 40 Deadlifts 155/115 50 Step ups 24/20” 60 KB Swings 53/35#
WOD #1: FERRIS (12 minute time cap)
(12 minute time cap)
Non CrossFit Competitors
Minutes 00:00 – 12:00 800m Run 300 Jump Rope 75 Lunges 800m Run Minutes 12:00 – 13:00 Rest/transition
WOD #2: 5min AMRAP
Non CrossFit Competitors
Minutes: 13:00 – 18:00 5 min AMRAP Plate ground to overhead 45/25# Minutes 18:00 – 20:00 Rest/transition
WOD #3: 10min AMRAP
Non CrossFit Competitors
Minutes: 20:00 – 30:00 (Only one athlete working at a time. The work can be broken up any way you chose.) 40 Push Ups 50 Step Ups 20” or less 60 Sit Ups 70 Air Squats

Details & Info

  • # of Workouts : 3 Workouts
  • Difficulty : Intermediate