Go Hard, Go Fast, or Go Home

TJ tagging me in!

A million thanks to everyone who came out to support us this weekend. Our community is notably strong, you guys are amazing. Chris ended up finishing in 14th. His hands were pretty destroyed after the 100s WOD on Saturday, which made for a struggle on Sunday’s workouts. The team finished 9th in Sunday’s first WOD “Amanda” which bumped us down to 3rd place,  tying us for 3rd with CrossFit Fenway. The 3rd spot to LA was dependent on the last workout- “the chipper”. Fenway came through and beat us by 2 placings. It was a really close race, congratulations to CrossFit Fenway for their big win.

I  couldn’t be more proud of the Southie team. All of the other teams that we were competing against have been open longer and have more experience competing. The fact that we held a second place position for day 1 and day 2 is something to be proud of in itself. We went in just looking to have fun and do our best….but even so, we were fierce. Next year we will prove ourselves to be unstoppable. Until then, TRAIN HARD.

WOD
5 Rounds
15 Thusters (95,65)
15 Toes to Bar
200m Sprint

Level 2 (75,55) Knees to Elbows
Level 1 (65,35)- 10 Knees to Elbows

11 Comments

  • CrisO

    06/21/2011 @ 12:18 am

    Sooooouthie!!! Booyah!

  • Joe

    06/20/2011 @ 5:57 pm

    I’m so proud of the whole CrossFit Southie community. The entire weekend I found myself walking by spectators, athletes, volunteers and judges that were speaking highly of Southie. This is no coincidence. CFS made a huge impact on other athletes, the crowd, and, most importantly, the community you represented so well this weekend.

    Even more impressive than the performances of our team and individual athletes, was the way you all carried yourselves. Goose, Amy, Ali, Alec, TJ, Melissa, Maze, Pat, and Pete: you all put forth incredible efforts this weekend, exuding class all the while, regardless of the outcome. I’m not surprised, though, because, as the rest of CFS can attest to, we’ve all come to know you all not only as intense, fire-breathing hell-raisers, but as passionate, fun and caring people.

  • Jaime

    06/20/2011 @ 1:59 pm

    Jason, you said it!!! This weekend was incredible, so happy to part of this community! I’m representin at Salt Lake City Crossfit on my business trip this week, did Elizabeth this a.m.
    in 10:22
    P.s. Can’t wait for next year, Southie is going to dominate and make it all the way for shizzzle!!!!!

  • Jason

    06/20/2011 @ 9:12 am

    The Crossfit Southie team was phenomenal and humble. It was truly inspiring to watch you, to see you collaborate together, to strive for something together. I was so impressed this weekend and proud to be a part of such a beautiful community. Thank you for your hard work, everyone. Your commitment continues to pays off in very tangible ways. 4th place out of all of the Northeast?!! That’s awesome! Chris (Big Daddy), you hit the Games! I hope your hands don’t fall off…damn…I am so glad and lucky to be coached by you guys! You walk the walk…

  • Leann

    06/20/2011 @ 2:54 am

    You guys are awesome! So incredibly inspirational to just be the best….

  • Melanie

    06/20/2011 @ 2:09 am

    I am really sad I missed all of the competition. You ALL were amazing and an inspiration to CF Southie. Thank you for everything you do!!!

  • Alec

    06/20/2011 @ 1:44 am

    I just want to say thank you to everyone who came out to support us- I had so much fun with the team and the support from all our members was really awesome. Go Southie!

  • Ali

    06/20/2011 @ 12:49 am

    Pps. Way to capture that moment! Nice pic, Greg

  • Ali

    06/20/2011 @ 12:38 am

    Yeah team Southie! So glad I got to be a part of it. Great weekend! See you in a little over a month!

    Ps I knew I looked dumb in my oversized sun glasses working out. Clearly media thought so too. Check out the regionals update 4.2 on the main games site.

  • Phil

    06/20/2011 @ 12:08 am

    Awesome job everyone! You guys are all beasts!

  • Patrick

    06/19/2011 @ 11:46 pm

    Amazing job guys! I followed the action on the regional Twitter feed and was on the edge of my seat all weekend. Wish I could have seen it in person! You should all be proud.

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