Firefighter Combat Challenge Comes To Freeport, Maine This Weekend
The Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge is coming to Freeport, Maine this weekend. Firefighters from around the country will be there to compete in this physical endurance competition to promote fitness within the firefighter community. This is a unique and great event for the entire family to come and enjoy.
(PRWEB) September 06, 2012
We are proud to announce the Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge will be coming to Freeport, Maine this weekend. The event is being offered to promote the physical fitness of firefighters, and will be part of the 20-plus Challenge tour to be held throughout the United States in 2012.
While you must be a firefighter to take part in the competition, the public is encouraged to come and watch as the participants navigate the Challenge course or “The toughest two minutes in sports,” as it´s frequently known.
The Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge will be held on Friday, September 7th starting at 2pm in Downtown Freeport, located at 23 Depot Street. This will be a one day event including the individual, tandem and relay runs. Firefighters competing in the Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge, will be competing in a five-evolution event, which includes a 5-story tower climb with high-rise pack, hose hoist, forcible entry, hose advance, and victim rescue. Competitions shall include individual, team, tandem, and relay. Firefighters will vie for times, points, and placement qualifying them for the Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge World Challenge, to be held in November 2012.
For a complete description of Challenge rules and regulations, or to register as a competitor, please visit http://www.firefighterchallenge.com. The registration fees are: Individual $75, Team $290, Tandem $90, Relay $195.
The Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge was founded 20 years ago, by Dr. Paul Davis, as a physical fitness research project at the University of Maryland. The Challenge is based out of Burtonsville, Maryland, and maintains a goal of promoting fitness within the first responder community.
For more information about the Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge, please visit http://www.firefighterchallenge.com, or call 301.421.4433.
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