Saturday, January 20th

January 20, 2018

Today, CrossFit gyms all over Washington State are joining together to honor Officer Daniel McCartney who was fatally shot in the line of duty January 8th, 2018.  He had just tuned 34 years old in December.

 

METCON:

3 Rounds for Time in Teams of 3

2000m Row

14 Dumbbell Thrusters (50/35)

34 Kettlebell Swings (70/53)

484 Double Unders

108 Burpees

2000m Row

18 Deadlifts (225/155)

*Break Up Reps However You Choose, One Athlete Works at a Time.

 

2000m row + 14 DB Thrusters = 2014, The Year he Started with Pierce County

34 Reps KBS = His Age When he Passed

484 Double Unders = His Badge Number

108 = Date of his Passing…January 8th

2000m Row + 18 Deadlifts = The Year of his Passing

3 Rounds for his 3 Sons he Left Behind

 

From Daniel’s obituary:

Daniel was a man of deep faith and took pride in raising his family to know the love of Christ.

 

He was quick witted, confident, and never at a loss for words. He enjoyed music, was an expert in all things technological, a devoted sports fan, a self-proclaimed “DIY Home Renovation Extraordinaire” and was “hugely” interested in politics.

 

Aside from home, the gym was Daniel’s favorite place to be. He was a driven CrossFit competitor and training coach, and would enthusiastically mention this in as many conversations as possible. The members of CrossFit Yelm were among his closest friends.

 

Daniel’s greatest joy was getting to be Tytus, Tate, and Traxton’s Daddy. From daily wrestling matches to tactical Nerf Wars, building Legos, or playing video games, Daniel spent every moment making life meaningful and fun for his family. He will be forever missed by his wife, Cierra and his three sons, Tytus, Tate, Traxton as well as countless friends and extended family.

 

 

 

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