The 6:15am crew squeaked out a win by 34 points. There prize will be determined when we get back from recovery week. I see pulled pork in their future.
All training crews had a ton of fun and did an enormous amount of work pushing, pulling, skiing, and carrying heavy stuff in August.
While everyone who earned points for their training time enjoyed the benefits of the challenge, there could be only one winner.
I need to mention some great things I saw during this challenge. I saw camaraderie displayed as people cheered on, helped and encouraged those working. I saw perseverance, Scott D. from the 4pm training time had the most individual points earned with 240. That is 103 from second place.
The 5am skied each Friday because one of their crew is recovery from cancer treatments. They skied for her.
The 9am had the biggest crew pushing, pulling, skiing, and walking around with heavy stuff. Often it was their first time pushing or pulling the sled. To see their face when they successfully completed a lap- priceless to this coach.
We even took it outside at times. The weather can be brutally hot in August but at times, we could be out to check out the new sign on the road while carrying Kettlebells. I wish I could have heard the conversation of those driving by.
Congratulations to all who Made This Happen!
I can't wait for next year. Who's in?
Proud of ya'll,