Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

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        Do It For the Kids! CrossFit Krypton Hosts Compete for a Cure

Do It For the Kids! CrossFit Krypton Hosts Compete for a Cure



For the 3rd consecutive year, CrossFit Krypton has hosted the Compete for a Cure benefit for the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Local athletes gathered at the Chesapeake Conference Center to participate in CrossFit workouts with the help of countless volunteers, local vendors, family and friends cheering them on. This year Scott Woods spoke of his son Aaron's experience and all that St. Jude Children's Research Hospital  did for them. The all-day event raised over $70,000.
All photos courtesy of Charlotte Foerschler Photography.

From left: Alec Smith, Ben Smith, Caityln (former St. Jude patient), Adam Klink and Chuck Smith

Family members cheer on the competitors

Lauren Trzcinski

Volunteer judge Josh Noon

Ben Smith, 10 year competitor of the CrossFit Games, with Aaron Woods parents

Volunteers Stephanie and Kendall Hazelwood

Mayor Rick West wishing the athletes all the best

Partners offer much needed support

Liz Booher

Athletes Liz Booher and Analiza Entrikin

Aaron Woods with dad Scott, Adam Klink and Aarons mom Beth Lowney

Kayla Keesee

Mr. and Mrs. David Klink

Partners give a celebratory hug after a successful heat

Ben Smith and Scott Woods

From left: Alec Smith, Ben Smith, Caityln (former St. Jude patient), Adam Klink and Chuck Smith

Josh Buie and John Cornwell

Paige Rabidoux

Crowds anxiously await the competition to start

Kris Hall

CrossFit Krypton owners Chuck and Ben Smith chat with Chesapeake Mayor Rick West

Angela Thompson on the assault bike

Josh Buie on the assault bike

Adam Klink gets some skin from childhood cancer survivor Aaron Woods

Adam and Shae Klink

Kayla Keesee

Adam Klink of CrossFit Krypton speaks to the crowd about the benefits of supporting St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital

2015s Fittest Man on Earth, Ben Smith

The inspiring former St. Judes patient and childhood cancer survivor Aaron Woods with his parents Beth Lowrey and Scott Woods

From left: Gretchen Smith, Holly Rogers, and Noelle Smith

Thumbs up from Aaron Woods