Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

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        CrossFit Krypton’s Compete for a Cure

CrossFit Krypton’s Compete for a Cure



Athletes from all over Hampton Roads came together to Compete for a Cure. Hosted by CrossFit Krypton at the Chesapeake Conference Center, the event raised over $41,000 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The event was packed with vendors and spectators as well as all of the athletes competing to make it a very successful day!

Competitor Krystle Schreick, of CrossFit Atmosphere, left, with 2015s Fittest Man on Earth, Ben Smith

Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

From left; Dane Smith, Alec Smith, Ben Smith,  Chuck Smith, Kim Smith, Diana Jordan and Adam Klink.  Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

The volunteers that made the day possible. Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

Adam Klink announces the final tally of the day. Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

The Shoppers graphic designer Jennifer Tolarchyk, left, with friend and volunteer Jessica Bryan of Crossfit Krypton

Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

Volunteers from left: Nicki OLeary, Kaye Miller, and April Elizee

Competitor Kayla Kesee of CrossFit Great Bridge, and one half of the duo who won in the scaled division

Some of the young men of 3rd Rock Barbell Club at CrossFit Atmosphere

Marissa Noon, left, and Krystle Schreick

The womens scaled division start their third and final workout of the day.

Marissa Noon of CrossFit Atmosphere

Mary Anne Telinde, owner of Discount Blinds helping out with the event

2015 Fittest Man on Earth, Ben Smith, left, with Joe Cox of CrossFit Atmosphere

Laura Torres with Joe Cox of CrossFit Atmosphere

The mens scaled division start their third and final workout of the day.

A thumbs-up from competitor Josh Noon of Crossfit Atmosphere

Tyler P. of CrossFit Atmosphere

Ian Smith of Crossfit Atmosphere

Photo courtesy of Crossfit Krypton

Ian Smith of Crossfit Atmosphere