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Navy SEAL Foundation Memorial Challenge Photo
Navy SEAL Foundation Memorial Challenge Photo
Navy SEAL Foundation Memorial Challenge Photo
Navy SEAL Foundation Memorial Challenge Photo
Navy SEAL Foundation Memorial Challenge Photo
Navy SEAL Foundation Memorial Challenge Photo
Navy SEAL Foundation Memorial Challenge Photo
Navy SEAL Foundation Memorial Challenge Photo

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EVENT DATE: May 31, 2015

Join us in supporting the U.S. Navy SEALs and their families by participating in this special Memorial Day weekend event:

 

Special CrossFit® Workout to Honor Naval Special Warfare Fallen Heroes: "Murph" Led by Jason Khalipa, CrossFit Corporate Competition is hosted by Dick Costolo CEO Twitter and Mike Cordano President HGST, Activities also include Tribute Cup Golf Tournament, Memorial Ceremony, and Community BBQ Lunch Reception

 

Honoring our Warriors. Supporting their families.

 

All event proceeds will benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation, which provides immediate and ongoing assistance to the Naval Special Warfare community and their families. As the duration and frequency of the training and operational deployments continue, the stress on the families and the operators grows. Your support is vital and needed today more than ever.

 

Athletic Competitions in Honor and Memory of 95 Fallen Heroes


“Murph” CrossFit® Hero WOD

In memory of Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Lieutenant Michael P. Murphy and all Naval Special Warfare Fallen Heroes.

 

With Jason Khalipa and NorCal’s world-class coaching team, the registered athletes and former special operator guests will represent the name of one of the 92 Fallen Heroes whom the NSW Community has lost in training or combat since September 11, 2001.

 

Tribute Cup Golf Tournament

 

An 18-hole, shamble format tournament will be played on the Old Course by a total of 46 two-player teams. Each individual golf participant will represent the name of one of the 92 Fallen Heroes whom the NSW Community has lost during training or combat since September 11, 2001.

 

Designed by Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane and opened in 1973, The Old Course is an American classic whose lush parkland links design, featuring distinguishing edges and corridor views of the Pacific, finishes at one of the highest ranked holes in the world—the 405-yard par four 18th hole that culminates on a bluff with dazzling coastal vistas. At 7,001 yards, this parkland style Bay Area golf course has played host to numerous U.S. Open Qualifiers, commands strength, strategic tee shots and will test all facets of your game.