5 CAL ROW
6 MB CLEAN (25/20)
7 DB SPLIT JERK (40/30)
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NEXT FREE INTRO CLASS IS MONDAY, MARCH 10, AT 6:40PM
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It’s that time of year again! LET THE GAMES BEGIN.
This year we have three options for getting judged in the open:
1. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED: FRIDAY 6:30PM – SIGN UP ONLINE.
2. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED: SATURDAY 11:30AM – SIGN UP ON LINE.
3. APPOINTMENT: BASED ON JUDGE AVAILABILITY. CALL 970.453.1998 OR EMAIL CROSSFITBRECKENRIDGE@GMAIL.COM
DETAIL: PLEASE WARM-UP ON YOUR OWN AS NECESSARY. WE WILL RUN FOLKS THROUGH ONE AT A TIME. WE WILL SEND IN YOUR RESULTS TO CF HQ. IF YOUR BOX NEEDS YOUR RESULTS, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING THEM TO YOUR BOX.
Some people say 30 is the new 20. Well, not in the world of Olympic sponsorships.
Keri Herman can certainly attest to that. The 31-year-old slopestyle skier had to fund her trip to the Sochi Olympics without a sponsorship. Herman said it was because of her age, according to the Denver Post.
“I can’t get a sponsor. I can’t get an agent. I’ve been told – over and over – I’m too old. Everyone says they don’t care about the Olympics and they want to base their team around younger athletes,” she explained. “It’s so frustrating for me because I can win. I can do everything that I should be doing as a pro and I’m struggling. It’s so hurtful and it’s so hard. I need to find another job.”
How bad did things get? Well, Herman apparently had to bum 15-year-old teammate Maggie Voisin’s pants and broken ski boots just to compete. Herman didn’t want anyone feeling badly for her.
“This isn’t about sponsors though,” she said. “I’m here because I absolutely love skiing. Every day I think to myself, ‘Wow, this is so great. I am so lucky.’ Sure I need a second job to support myself but I’m here because I love skiing and I could not think of any other way to be happier.”
Herman’s run ended with a 10th-place finish after qualifying for the women’s skiing slopestyle.