The Crossfit Games have always been one of my favorite competitions, and the popularity of the games has only grown since the games expanded to all of the major gyms in the US.
This year, Crossfit has announced a $2.3 million donation to the National Crossfit Hall of Fame.
The money will be used to help fund the Hall of Famer and coach, Jim Ross.
Here’s a list of what we know about the donations.
Jim Ross: Ross, who has been involved with Crossfit for over 20 years, is a former collegiate Crossfit athlete who won the 2002 Crossfit World Series title in the 100 meters, the 2010 Crossfit Olympics in the 10, and finished second at the 2013 Crossfit USA Nationals.
In 2018, he won a national title in 50 meters and was runner-up in the 2016 Crossfit Crossfit Championships.
He coached at the elite level for many years in both New York City and New Jersey.
He also ran in the 2012 NYC Marathon.
He also served as an assistant coach to the New York Crossfit Association for two years.
He won his first NYC Crossfit National title in 2013.
He was one of the first Crossfit coaches to run a 100 meter and 10,000 meter marathon, winning the 10K at age 30 in 2013 and the 10M at age 29 in 2016.
Ross is a certified Crossfit Coach with over 30 years of Crossfit experience.
In 2018, the Crossfit Center for the Arts in New York launched a Crossfit Fundraiser.
The $10,000 raised by the fund will go towards providing the CrossFit Center for The Arts in NYC with funding to purchase a new indoor facility.
The facility will be named “Jim Ross Fitness Facility.”
Jim Ross and his wife, Kelly, are the parents of two girls.
They are proud to support their girls’ athletic endeavors by hosting the Jim Ross Crossfit Tournament.
This is a great opportunity for the community to come together and cheer for the team and coach.
Jim’s wife also runs an outdoor Crossfit gym and has competed for the Crossfitts for many, many years.
Kelly is a member of the Cross Fit Academy team at CrossFit New York.
She is a crossfit athlete and has run CrossFit races in the past and is an accomplished competitor.
Kelly is also a member and coach of the crossfit coaching program at the Crossfitting Center for Sports and Recreation at New York University.