Thursday, August 6th, 2020

G Gathering CrossFit Krypton’s Compete for a Cure

CrossFit Krypton’s Compete for a Cure



Athletes from across Hampton Roads came together to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at the annual CrossFit Krypton's Compete for a Cure. This year participation  grew to over 100 athletes. Area vendors were also in attendance of the growing event. Held in the Chesapeake Conference Center, the competition raised over $100,000 for St. Jude's.

Scott Woods with his son Aaron, St. Judes cancer patient and survivor with CrossFit Krypton's Ben Smith.

CrossFit Krypton Gym owners, Chuck and Kim Smith and their son Alec and grandbaby

Michelle Nakamura and Jennifer Tolarchyk

Jill and Michelle

Ryan and Britney Smith, owners of Three Ships CrossFit came to support their fellow athletes

A big thumbs up!

Matt and Kayla Ferrell

Face painting was available for the kids!

Members of Three Ships CrossFit came to support their friends

CrossFit Krypton owners Ben Smith and his father Chuck

Scott Woods with his son Aaron, St. Judes cancer patient and survivor with CrossFit Krypton's Adam Kink

Friends from Three Ships CrossFit there to support their friends

Some of the the countless volunteers from CrossFit Krypton that made the event a success!

Paige Rabidoux and Kayla Ferrell made up the team “Partners in Crime” from CrossFit Krypton

Clothing and equipment vendors were available to guests and athletes

Competing athlete Keith Buckley with support from his father Dr. Don Buckley

Linda and Pat Garrison were there to cheer on their daughter

Michael manning the CrossFit Krypton booth

Clothing and equipment vendors were available to guests and athletes

The Shopper Graphic Designer Jennifer Tolarchyk with CrossFit Krypton friend and volunteer, Jessica Bryan

The Shopper Graphic Designer Jennifer Tolarchyk with competitor Kayla Ferrell

Michael Stemler of Three Ships CrossFit (Photo courtesy of Gerald Sencio)

David Stainback and Michael Stemler of Three Ships CrossFit teamed up for the competition (Photo courtesy of Gerald Sencio)