2012 SUBWAY Washington Games Navy SEAL Fitness Challenge
Friday, August 10, 2012 at 7:00 AM (PDT)
Note: All participants in the 2012 Navy SEAL Fitness Challenge must sign a second insurance waiver from the United States Navy. You can download the waiver now, to submit at event check-in. Minors (17 & under) are encouraged to print out the waiver and have the document signed by a guardian prior to the event. Participants must be 13 years or older to register for this event.
Get in the Games!
Ever wonder how you stack up against America's elite?
Take the Navy SEAL Fitness Challenge and see how fit you really are!
The 2012 SUBWAY Washington Games Navy SEAL Fitness Challenge will take place at the Everett Naval Station. The Fitness Challenge is a series of physical fitness events challenging athletes to maximize their performance in individual tests of strength and endurance. It closely mirrors the initial physical screening test given to anyone who desires to become a SEAL.
The challenge consists of:
|- 500 Yard Swim:||12:30 minutes||10:00 minutes|
|- 1.5 Mile Run:||11:00 minutes||10:00 minutes|
Competitors will be scored and ranked against each other to identify their fitness level in each age/gender category. Monitors will be ensuring that these scores are accurate. Waves of participants will be in 1 1/2 hour increments.
When: Friday, August 10th, 2012
Registration: 7:00AM - 8:00 AM
Fitness Challenge start: 8:00 AM
Online Registration ends: August 3rd at 9:15AM
Everett Naval Station
Everett, WA 98207
The base access list needs to be given ahead of time, with full names of family members and guests who are looking to attend this event.
Hurry! There are a limited number of spaces available. Register now and see if you have what it takes to compete in the arena of physical strength standards set by the best.
When & Where
Seattle Sports Commission
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