Invictus Boston Invitational Qualifier

Event description

  We are happy to announce the InVictusBoston Qualifier powered by FreedomFamilyFutureLLC. We are hosting the InVictus Boston Invitational on June 19th, 2021 and we will invite from the online qualifier the top 10 male and top 10 female Rx athletes to compete. We are looking to create a local competition with a regional feel. Those qualifying for the on-site competition will have a chance to compete for cash prizes totaling $3,000 dollars.  

  Registration for the qualifier will start December 25th, 2020 at 8am and end Saturday, February 20th, 2021 at 5pm. Rx athletes will pay $20 to compete and scaled athletes will pay $10 with the hope and understanding that they contribute the other $10 to Campaign Zero. Please do your research on Campaign Zero and see why it is important to us as a community. (  

  We want to make it abundantly clear that this competition isn't designed to further any political agendas. It is simply an event based on inclusion for all in the gym setting, and we firmly believe at InVictus Boston and at Freedom Family Future LLC that BlackLivesMatter.  

  Before signing up, be aware that there ARE NO REFUNDS, and Invictus Boston or Freedom Family Future LLC is not liable for any injuries sustained while doing these workouts.  

  Workouts will be released mid-January and the qualifying athletes will be notified in early March. Only Rx athletes will be able to qualify for the on-site competition on June 19th, 2021 held in Boston.  

We value the safety and health of everyone, so any athletes, fans, or vendors will be required to provide a negative Covid-19 test (or proof of vaccination) within 7 days of the competition.  

  We are excited to see you compete virtually and, hopefully, in person.  Please follow @invictusboston and @freedomfamilyfutureLLC on Instagram for all updates. You can email with any inquiries or questions, or if you are a Vendor looking to sponsor this event. We would love to talk to you.  

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