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Europa's SICest of the Southwest

Time: October 20, 2012 from 9am to 7pm
Location: Phoenix Convention Center, North Building 3rd Floor Halls A-E
Street: 100 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ
City/Town: Pheonix
Website or Map: https://plus.google.com/10799…
Phone: (480) 922-3253
Event Type: competition, throwdown, fitness, expo
Organized By: SICFIT
Latest Activity: Nov 11, 2013

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Who’s the SICest in the Southwest?

Dymatize Nutrition is proud to Present Europa's SICest of the Southwest with $10,000 in prize money for the SICest athletes. Arizona's largest fitness experience and Sport of Fitness Competition is sure to attract the strongest and most committed athletes in the region.

World renown comedian and  Coach Kenny Kane will entertain and emcee the event throughout the day and WOD programming will be done by CrossFit Games veteran Nate Schrader

SKILL CHALLENGE "THE HUSTLE"
Individual skill tests for spectators and competitors to compete and win prize money. Register for all 5 skills or “hustle” your way to a win by entering in your specialty.
Skills:
1000 Meter Row
Max Rep Double Unders (2 minutes) *Bring your own rope
Max Rep Pull Ups
Max Effort Burpee Wall Jumps (2 minutes)
Handstand Hold

$100 Prize will be distributed to each event winner ($100 for the top male and $100 for the top female in each skill).  Participate Anytime Before 5pm

MEN'S RX DIVISION
Male athletes will compete in two workouts and the top ranked 10 athletes will compete in a third undisclosed WOD. $3,000 cash prize to the winner. Registration Closed

WOMEN'S RX DIVISION
Female athletes will compete in two workouts and the top ranked 10 athletes will compete in a third undisclosed WOD. $3,000 cash prize to the winner. Registration Closed

MASTERS MEN'S DIVISION(40+)
Male masters athletes will compete in two workouts. Age groups will be 40 -49, 50 -59, 60+. $500 cash prize will be distributed amongst the division winners. Registration Closed

WOMEN'S MASTERS DIVISION(40+)
Female masters athletes will compete in two workouts. Age groups will be 40 -49, 50 -59, 60+. $500 cash prize will be distributed amongst the division winners. Registration Closed

WOMEN'S INTERMEDIATE DIVISION
Female intermediate athletes will compete in two WOD's. $500 cash prize to will be given to the top female. Registration Closed

MEN'S INTERMEDIATE DIVISION
Men intermediate athletes will compete in two WOD's. $500 cash prize to the winner.  Registration Closed

TEAM DIVISION
Teams will consist of 2 men and 2 women. The 4 man team will compete in 2 workouts The top 10 teams will go on to compete in the final WOD. $2,000 cash prize will be awarded to the winning team. Please include all team members and shirt sizes in the registration information. Registration Closed

Standards Videos and FAQ's & sponsorship opportunities Click Here 

Comment Wall

Comment by Sam Smith on July 25, 2012 at 11:43am
How do we register for the event??
Comment by SICFIT on July 25, 2012 at 4:21pm

Registration for the event will open here on the event page of www.SICFIT.com on August 1st.

Comment by Steve Larsen on July 31, 2012 at 9:10am

What's the cost breakdown?

Is it possible to just come to observe, or should everyone participate at some level?

-- Steve

Comment by SICFIT on July 31, 2012 at 9:32pm

Registration is now open for the event.

Comment by Joel Griffin on August 7, 2012 at 11:46am
If you register to compete, judge, or volunteer do you get free entrance into the Europa Expo or do we still have to pay at the door?
Comment by SICFIT on August 7, 2012 at 12:59pm

Hang tight Joel... contacting the powers that be

Comment by Joel Griffin on August 8, 2012 at 1:46pm
Any word back on entrance fees to Europa Expo?
Comment by SICFIT on August 8, 2012 at 2:01pm

Not yet Joel. We have a conf call with the event folks on Monday to get all of the outstanding questions answered. Once we know we will add the information to the FAQ sheet on the event page.

Comment by Anthony Human on August 12, 2012 at 7:22am

Can we get weight, box height, skill breakdowns to know what Rx requirements will be.  Like for example are muscle ups included?

Comment by Joel Griffin on August 20, 2012 at 7:52am
The FAQ's indicate an admission cost, does this cost apply to competitors, volunteers, and judges? Or will these individuals be getting a pass at registration?

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