Category: Living Legacies
On September 11, 2001, I was a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed 25-year-old from Texas living the life in New York City. That day and the days and weeks to follow changed my life forever. I will never forget the moment it happened...Read More
Her first challenge was the Marine Corps Marathon. After that, she never stopped running.Read More
Named in honor of military and first responders who gave their lives in the line of duty, Hero WODs— or Workout of the Day in the CrossFit community—challenge participants’ endurance and allow the hero’s legacy of strength and sacrifice to live on.Read More
This Memorial Day, join us in remembering the selfless sacrifices of our nation’s fallen heroes.Read More
Looking back 11 years after Travis’ death, I don’t think of Travis Manion “the man that was larger than life,” or even Travis Manion “the warrior.” I think of him as my friend.
By: Steve KovachRead More