Each team must have 5 male competitors, 5 female competitors, and 2 judges registered on your team. All competitors must participate in event fundraising.
Athletic Annex is offering $10 in discounts to anyone who donates to your fundraising page!
Artie’s Paleo OnTheGo donated $50 to the first 10 teams to reach $1,000 in total fundraising! Here are the qualifying teams:
1. Crossfit 54
2. CrossFit Kokomo
3. Crossfit Indianapolis
4. Crossfit Uncommon
5. CGX Fitness
6. M4G CrossFit
7. CrossFit 317
9. CrossFit Westfield
10. IXF CrssFit
Myo-Fit Mobility & Therapy donated $50 per team to the first 10 teams to reach their team fundraising minimum of $2,000! Here are the qualifying teams:
1. Officium CrossFit
2. CrossFit Uncommon
3. CrossFit Kokomo
4. CGX CrossFit
5. CrossFit Indianapolis
6. Thrive Fit
7. Crossfit 54
8. CCMAF CrossFit
9. M4G CrossFit
10. CrossFit 317
New! Thanks to Beyond Monumental, all participants registered on the top 10 fundraising teams as of May 19 will win a free entry to the Monumental Mile. This fun event takes place on Saturday, June 1st in downtown Indy.
Congratulations to all of the qualifying teams:
1. Officium CrossFit – 12 entries
2. CrossFit Uncommon – 12 entries
3. CrossFit Kokomo – 12 entries
4. CGX CrossFit – 12 entries
5. CrossFit Indianapolis – 12 entries
6. Thrive Fit – 12 entries
7. CrossFit Dog Fight – 12 entries
8. CCMAF CrossFit – 12 entries
9. CrossFit Westfield – 12 entries
10. CrossFit 317 – 12 entries
Each week between March 25th and the competition, Artie’s Paleo OnTheGo will donate one free meal to the top individual fundraiser of the week! (The fundraising amount is determined on money raised during that week. It is not cumulative! Week runs from Monday @ 12:00 a.m. – Sunday @ 11:59 p.m. Winners will be emailed and announced on Strength In Our Streets’ Facebook page. The first winner will be announced on April 8th and will include the pre-registration timeframe.)
Here are our 2019 winners!
Week 1 – Hannah Pate, CrossFit 54
Week 2 – Kevin Jewell, CrossFit Kokomo
Week 3 – Kevin Jewell, CrossFit Kokomo
Week 4 – Brian Badman, Officium CrossFit
Week 5 – Brian Badman, Officium CrossFit
Week 6 – Andrew Heiser, CrossFit 317
Week 7 – Matt Newmann, CrossFit Dog Fight
Week 8 – Clay Stevens, CrossFit BBZ
Week 9 – Kevin Jewell, CrossFit Kokomo
Week 10 – Kevin Jewell, CrossFit Kokomo
Week 11 – Caleb Austel, Team CCMAF
Lunch available for purchase from Artie’s PaleoOnTheGo.
(times and events are still approximate and subject to change)
Each team will be competing in various workouts to be judged and scored based on the standards set by local affiliate owners.
Workouts are scaleable.
Each team is guaranteed a significant amount of workout time.
The first workout of the competition will be fundraising to help the homeless and will be scored based on fundraising totals at 10:30 AM on Saturday.
4 athletes from each team (2 men, 2 women) will begin the 3.5km cross country course with a #20 tactical vest and a #14 tactical vest worn by two of the athletes. The athletes may switch vests between the four of them at any time during the race, as often or as little as they like. When the final athlete from this pack crosses the finish line, their time will stop as score A for the team.
The remaining 6 athletes from each team (3 men, 3 women) will also run the entire 3.5km cross country course. No one in this group will have to wear a vest and cannot take a vest from the group of 4. When the 6th athlete from this group crosses the finish line, their time will stop as score B for the team.
The course runs around Park Tudor’s campus and covers grass, pavement, gravel, and dirt; teams will face hills and valleys, slightly uneven ground, and wooded segments. There will be lines marking the course as well as judges placed in tricky areas to guide teams in the correct direction to ensure that there is no cutting corners or getting lost.
Each athlete will have 2:00 to build to a max weight in the following complex:
1 Snatch + 1 Overhead Squat
The initial snatch will begin with the barbell on the ground and end with the barbell overhead, moving there in one smooth motion (ie no stopping on the shoulders). This can be a power snatch or full squat. Split snatching is not allowed. Once the athlete is standing with the hips and knees extended and the barbell overhead, the overhead squat can begin. The rep will count when the hip crease has gone below the knee and the athlete has returned to fully extended hips and knees with the bar still overhead. These are two separate movements. If the athlete chooses to do a squat snatch for the first rep, they still have to perform an overhead squat to finish the complex. There will be two scores for this event: the total combined weight of the heaviest successful attempt from all 5 men and the total combined weight of the heaviest successful attempt from all 5 women.
*See map for reference. Note that the Start and Finish Line will be on the football field track.