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2013 The SICest of the Southwest II

Event Details

2013 The SICest of the Southwest II

Time: October 19, 2013 from 8am to 8pm
Location: 10/18: 6pm Athlete Press Conference SICFIT Scottsdale 10/19 at 8am Phoenix Convention Center
Street: 100 N. 3rd St
City/Town: Phoenix, AZ
Website or Map: http://SICFIT.com
Phone: 480-922-3253
Event Type: sport of fitness, competition, fitness, expo
Organized By: SICFIT
Latest Activity: Jan 17

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Event Description

Come and Battle with the best to see who will be the SICest in the Southwest. SICFIT's signature SICest of the Southwest II returns to The Phoenix Convention Center on October 19th at 8am as part of the last stop of the season on the 2013 Europa Games Tour. A $15,000 prize purse is on the line for limited Male and Female Pros and RX & Intermediate teams. Workouts will be programmed by OPT and will be released here two weeks prior to the competition.

Click on the appropriate link below to register for the competition:

Pro-Male (top 100 in the region) $95

Pro- Female (top 100 in the region) $95

Team RX (2 males/2 females) (co-ed team, able to perform all movements at RX weights) $260

Team Intermediate (2 males/2 females) (co-ed team, able to perform all movements at a scaled weight) $260

Adaptive Athlete Showcase (led by #SICFIT ambassador Stephanie Hammerman)

Judge Registration (You get paid $50, Commemorative T-shirt, Meal/Snack from F3 Foods)

Crew Registration (Event Swag, Commemorative T shirt, Meal/Snack from F3 Foods)

Event Information/Schedule
Workouts/Standards/Heats
Sponsors

$15,000 in prize money sponsored by NutriForce Sports will be awarded to The SICest in the Southwest.1st and 2nd place in each division will receive cash.

Pro Men 1st place: $3,500 2nd place: $1,000
Pro Women 1st place: $3,500 2nd place: $1,000
Team RX 1st place: $2,000 2nd place: $1,000
Team Intermediate 1st place: $2,000 2nd place: $1,000

Registered athletes, judges and volunteers will get admission into the Convention Center, visit the Europa Expo Website for more event information and spectator tickets.

A special hotel room rate at the Hyatt Regency Hotel across the street has been secured for $149 per night for the event. Book it while it lasts.

 

Check Out Our Sponsor's Page HERE

 

 

Scoring Info HERE!

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Comment Wall

Comment by SICFIT on April 25, 2013 at 10:43am

Information Coming Soon. Save the dates for October 18 & 19, Phoenix Convention Center. Registration will open on SICFIT.com in July. For sponsorship information please contact Ashley@CrossFitScottsdale.com

Comment by Jeff Rifkin on May 22, 2013 at 9:16am

This comp f***** rocks. SICFIT is SIC

Comment by SICFIT on July 7, 2013 at 1:53pm

Only 24 pro spots for men and women... so get in early.

Comment by Craig Hercher on July 7, 2013 at 9:46pm

No masters division this year? How come?

Comment by SICFIT on July 8, 2013 at 5:31am
Last year we did a masters division (all age brackets) and had lots of spots left over/available in those heats. It didn't make sense to do again based on the interest we has last year for that division. I would suggest developing a "masters" team and competing in the intermediate category where the weights will be scaled.
Comment by Nick Echeverria on July 9, 2013 at 6:40am
For the Teams division can substitute a teammate after registration is completed if needed?
Comment by Craig Hercher on July 9, 2013 at 6:47am

Hopefully next year you will reconsider a masters division. Wasn't last year the first year? I know of a few "masters" aged men that were planning on signing up this year. Give it another go!!

Comment by Tupac Xocoyotl Enrique on July 9, 2013 at 9:55pm

I agree with Craig Hercher. I would have loved to compete in a masters division

Comment by Shelly Scarborough Blake on July 28, 2013 at 6:47pm

I would definitely have signed up for masters. Maybe we'll put a team together and do the intermediate. 

Comment by SICFIT on July 28, 2013 at 9:04pm
Once you check in the athletes on Friday, those will be the athletes that will need to compete.

Maters should put an Int team together. Weights will be scaled/equivalent to Masters Open weights.

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