**Guarantee your t-shirt by signing up by May 24th!
Date: May 29, 2017
Times: 8:30am- Opening Ceremony and Remarks, Start of First Heat
**10:00am- Start of Second Heat
**Kids and teens may also participate at this time
The “Murph” Workout
1 Mile Run
300 Air Squats
1 Mile Run
Optional: Wear a 20 lb or 14 lb vest or ballistic vest
This workout may also be shared with a partner. Runs are done together. The workout may also be partitioned to be 800m runs with half the reps. We want to be all inclusive! Pull-ups can be done with a band and or combined with ring rows. 100% of proceeds goes to the Travis Manion Foundation.
WHY MURPH? MURPH “THE PROTECTOR”
Michael P. Murphy
United States Navy (SEAL)
May 7, 1976 – June 28, 2005
While in action… “Murphy fought on, allowing one member of his team (Marcus Luttrell) to escape, before he was killed. For his selfless actions, LT. Michael Murphy was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor on October 27, 2007. We honor his sacrifice and memory though The Murph Challenge. Find out more about Michael Murphy at the Memorial Foundation created in his name.
Murph is a hero workout created and traditionally done on Memorial Day within the CrossFit community.
About the Travis Manion Foundation
“If Not Me, Then Who…”
On April 29, 2007 1st Lt. Travis Manion, USMC, was killed by a sniper while saving his wounded teammates in Iraq. Shortly after his death, the fallen Marine’s mother, the late Janet Manion, created the Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) to carry on the legacy of character, service and leadership embodied by all of our nation’s fallen heroes. Founded in Doylestown, PA, TMF has generated a national movement that is inspired by the words Travis spoke before leaving for his second and final deployment – “If Not Me, Then Who…”
Shortly after the death of 1st Lt. Travis Manion in Iraq on April 29, 2007 the fallen Marine’s mother, the late Janet Manion, founded the Travis Manion Foundation to assist our nation’s veterans and families of the fallen. TMF engages with veterans and families of the fallen in all
stages of their personal journeys and offers them unique opportunities to empower them to achieve their goals. TMF believes that the best way to honor the fallen is by challenging the living. TMF challenges veterans and survivors to lead the “If Not Me, Then Who…” movement and inspire others to continue the service to community and country exemplified by the nation’s fallen heroes.