To wrap up the 4th of July weekend, the City of West Palm Beach is hosting their 1st ever War Games taking place on Sunday, July 5 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Meyer Amphitheatre in downtown West Palm Beach. This grueling fitness competition puts the branches of the military against one another in a patriotic strength test to see who comes up supreme. This CrossFit-style event consists of teams and individuals performing highly functional and demanding tasks illustrating how skilled and tough our armed forces truly are. This physically grueling competition also offers divisions for “Civilian Elite Athletes” and “Average Joes” as well as an “Adaptive Athlete” division.
Guests will also enjoy an impressive display of military operation vehicles, bag pipers, kid’s activities and more. Proceeds will benefit 22 Until None, an organization standing up to the suicide rate of veterans, which currently is 22 lives per day, and I Am Adaptive, an organization raising awareness for the adaptive movement. For more information, visit www.WarGamesUSA.com.
Guests can enjoy watching the teams participate. A group of 4 can participate from a coast of $180 for the team. Learn more about registering your team online.