Sprague ties for second in world CrossFit competition

  • Tuesday, January 23, 2018 8:57am
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Patrick Sprague

Patrick Sprague

Valley man Patrick Sprague competed in the Wodapalooza CrossFit fitness Festival in Miami, Fla., Jan. 12 to 14, representing Cascade Cross Fit in the Preston area.

Sprague finished the event tied for second place in his age division, Masters, ages 50 and up.

The three-day Wodapalooza is the second largest CrossFit competition in the world. Only the top 15 competitors in each age division qualified for the challenge, which included running, swimming, biking, Olympic lifting, hand stand walks, pull-ups, muscle ups, sled pushing and push-ups.

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