Fittest of Elk Grove Finals/Warriorz Throwdown

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Who will be crowned the "Fittest of Elk Grove" and Top Crossfit Co-Ed Team in California

We are proud to announce the 2012 3rd Annual Fittest of Elk Grove Competition / Health & Wellness Fair – benefiting the Elk Grove Police Activities League (EG P.A.L.). This year we will have 2 qualifying events that will lead up to the Finals and we have added age groups.

There will be 3 divisions: Men, Women and Team. The team division will be made up of 2 men and 2 women of any age. NEW this year, we will have age groups for Men and Women. The 4 age groups will be: 17 & under, 18-34, 35-49 and 50+

The WarriorZ Throwdown is an invitation only CrossFit exhibition that will feature the top CrossFit athletes (men and women) throughout California. These world class athletes, many ranked top 10 in the world in 2011, will put on a phenomenal show. They will complete workouts that will test their strength, flexibility, balance and cardio. Workouts that ordinary people would imagine impossible.

This CrossFit Exhibition will take place in conjunction with the finals of the Fittest of Elk Grove Competition and the Health & Wellness Fair.

Free for Spectators!!!!

Family fun with a Jump House, Face Painting, Children & Adult Activities/Games

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Marty October 21, 2012 at 03:08 PM
While it would be nice for a city to hold an event without any costs, I just don't believe that's possible. At least I haven't seen that or even heard of it happening in EG or any other city. it’s a community event and a great way to get out there, meet some interesting people and have a better sense of community! How can that be a "loser?" Maybe you will meet some like-minded people, or just have a great time.
Chris October 21, 2012 at 05:28 PM
Marty, Community events are great for any city; but securing $10,000 of taxpayers’ dollars on a misleading application is not. The taxpayers are entitled to honesty. The event organizers in receiving $10,000, half of which goes to one person’s salary, signed a true and accuracy statement, that the attendance would be 7,000; 4,000 of which would be Elk Grove residents. The first two years of this event had attendance numbers of 200 and 400 respectfully. But then again, maybe you think it is okay to put forth false information on a grant application.
Marty October 21, 2012 at 08:13 PM
The last I heard the event was still ongoing. I have not seen the application, but I would assume it passed city council or monies would not have been made available. Therefore, it seems your complaint should be directed there. You keep speaking of "false information", but provide no proof. Relax, take a deep breath and enjoy the day.
Bwood October 21, 2012 at 09:28 PM
Once again, how can anyone guarantee attendance?
Bwood October 21, 2012 at 09:28 PM
Once again, how can anyone guarantee attendance?


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