Snoqualmie’s James Sprague recently qualified for the 2019 Reebok Crossfit Games in Madison Wisconsin, Aug. 1-4. The 17-year-old is one of 10 teenagers from around the world and one of four teenagers to qualify from the United States. Competitive events include many different exercises and movements from swimming, running, biking, rowing, Olympic lifting, several gymnastic movements and obstacles. For more information, visit https://games.crossfit.com/games. Courtesy photo

Snoqualmie’s James Sprague recently qualified for the 2019 Reebok Crossfit Games in Madison Wisconsin, Aug. 1-4. The 17-year-old is one of 10 teenagers from around the world and one of four teenagers to qualify from the United States. Competitive events include many different exercises and movements from swimming, running, biking, rowing, Olympic lifting, several gymnastic movements and obstacles. For more information, visit https://games.crossfit.com/games. Courtesy photo

Sprague qualifies for Reebok Crossfit Games

  • Thursday, July 18, 2019 3:46pm
  • Sports

Snoqualmie’s James Sprague recently qualified for the 2019 Reebok Crossfit Games in Madison Wisconsin, Aug. 1-4. The 17-year-old is one of 10 teenagers from around the world and one of four teenagers to qualify from the United States. Competitive events include many different exercises and movements from swimming, running, biking, rowing, Olympic lifting, several gymnastic movements and obstacles. For more information, visit https://games.crossfit.com/games. Courtesy photo


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