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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

07.28.11 EOD

Three rounds for time of:

Run 800 meters
Rest 2 minutes

Post time to comments.
Charlie 14:56 (pull ups--15-12-15-12-15-15-15)
Nikki 16:10
Angel 16:46
Jeff 16:04
Mel 18:47
Eric 14:01 (3:15, 3:29, 3:16)
Nolan 12:58 (2:41, 3:03, 3:14)
Then...Fight Gone Bad--257
Jim 13:23 (2:51, 3:11, 3:21)
Chris 14:09 (3:07, 3:22, 3:30)
Don 12:56 (2:42, 3:02, 3:12)
Then...Fight Gone Bad--357
Jill row 800/2:00 rest 3:56, 3:51, 3:43
Mildred TEAM PINK! row 800/2:00 rest 4:01, 3:58, 3:58
Hilari 15:49 (3:53, 3:54, 4:02)
Alden pull ups 15-11-11-8-10-14-14=83 Rx!!
Sherri 8-7-4-8-8-9-10=54
Chad 25:13 (6:50, 7:46, 7:37)
Ryan 18:24 (6:48, 3:35, 4:01)
Z 13:58 (3:10, 3:24, 3:24)
Stacy 21:18 (4:47, 5:41, 6:50)
Jill 16:45(4:03, 4:12, 4:30)
The Games start this Friday.  Will you be watching???

After several hours of orientations, photo shoots, and the swim test, athletes have gathered again at the Torrance Marriott for a reception, including individual, masters, and team competitors, as well as families and friends.
With more than 1,000 people here, the first event was announced for the team and individual competition. The first team workout is:

For time:
Move 15 sandbags (1,700 lbs.) 200 yards
There will be a 6-log obstacle at the 50-yard line and a 4-foot wall at the end. The sandbags must be moved from the start line, over the logs, and over the wall. Once all the sandbags are over the wall, they must be returned to their original position, passing over the wall and logs again. 

This workout will begin at 8 a.m. Pacific time on Friday morning.
Then, the first individual workout was announced. To the shock of most everyone in the room, the athletes were informed that on Friday morning, they should arrive at the Home Depot Center at 5:15 a.m., so they can board buses for the Santa Monica beach. At 7 a.m. Pacific time, the men will do the first heat of the workout, which is:

For time:
210-meter ocean swim
Run 1,500m in soft-sand
50 Chest-to-bar pull-ups
100 hand release push-ups
200 Squats
Run 1,500m in soft-sand 

This event will take place at 7 a.m., Friday, July 29 on the Santa Monica Beach at 1550 Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica, Calif. The women will follow the men, but start no later than 8 a.m. Spectators will be permitted. There are no tickets or fees (besides parking) required.
The athletes will be bused back to the Home Depot Center immediately after the women’s heat for the rest of the day’s events.

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