Event description

CrossFit Spokane Valley’s annual fall competition, The Hungers Games, has been on a pause due to Covid for the past few years. This is a community-oriented competition that we have done for 10+ years to bring the fitness community together and show off your fitness. This also functions as a community food donation drive. This year we will be donating to Valley Assembly Community Food Pantry. Pastor Cameron McDaniel serves anyone in the community in need of food every Wednesday from 4-6pm. Food boxes are packed and given out with non-perishable items as well as refrigerated/frozen items. Each box is made to accommodate the size of each household. The food pantry serves approximately 400 individuals every month. We are so honored to be part of their great serves they provide. 

 

This year’s competition will be a little different then in the past. It will only be one day, Saturday October 30th. The event will start at 9:00am and aim to finish at 4:00pm (if it runs as smooth as we plan to finish around 2:00-3:00pm). This will be our first competition since Covid, so we are looking to have a fun and exciting time with everyone in the community. All workouts will be posted by Friday, September 24th, one week before the sign-up deadline of October 1st. 

 

The entire event will be at Crossfit Spokane Valley. The doors will be open to let fresh air in so please dress appropriately. We will have two divisions, Rx and Novice. Here are standards for the division:

RX) Double Unders, Snatch and Clean 135/95lbs, Pull-ups and Wallballs 20/14lbs, 

Novice) Single Unders, Snatch and Clean 95/65lbs, Jumping Pullups and Wallballs 14/10lbslbs 

 

Spector entrance fee will be ten cans of food, all will be donated to Valley Assembly Community Food Pantry. Competitors will be asked to bring five cans of food as well. Listed below are items that Valley Assembly Community Food Pantry will accept 

-Canned and boxed meals (soup, chili, stew, macaroni and cheese)

-Ready to eat products that do not require refrigeration (like nuts, jerky & other healthy snacks) for homeless bags

-Peanut butter and other nut butters

-Canned or dried beans and peas (black, pinto, lentils)

-Pasta, rice, cereal

-Canned and fresh fruits and vegetables

-100% fruit or vegetable juice (canned, plastic or boxed)

-Cooking oil

-Canned meat (chicken, beef, fish)

-Infant formula, baby food and baby cereal