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STEEL ATHLETICS WINS FFL GYM AFFILIATE CUP

Functional Fitness League wraps up summer of fitness competition

It was the summer of fitness in the new Functional Fitness League.

After three grueling events that covered the summer with fun and unique stations, Steel Athletics came out on top of the competition with the Affiliate Cup, an award to the gym based off of the two best scores from each round, for all divisions for each gym.

The third and final round took place Saturday at the Unified Fit Gym with dozens of the island’s fittest athletes giving their all.

“Great push from the teams,” said FFL promoter Topher Barretto. “The gym events were more technical and they all had to work extremely hard for it.”

Team No Wheelhouse (made up of Ethan Elwell, Sonny Cortez and Ivee Ilao) came out on top of the Performance Division on Saturday. They edged out Steel Freedom for the overall Performance title after the three rounds.

CHALK STORM 2.0 (Kent Silva, Keo Torre and Taylor Crisostomo) were in the running in the Performance Division, winning the 2nd round. One of their athletes were unable to make the competition on Saturday, bumping them out of contention.

Here are the results from Saturday as well as the overall results.

3rd ROUND RESULTS

Fun Division

– 1st: Steel Liberty, STEEL Athletics, 4 points

– 2nd The Bridge Trolls, The Bridge Fitness, 8 points

– 3rd Magahet, The Fortress, 12 points

Fitness Division

– 1st: Scrambled Legs, The Bridge Fitness, 5 points

– 2nd: Streel Independence, STEEL Athletics, 11 points

– 3rd: 2 Legit, 2 Legit 2 Quit, UNIFIED FIT, 16 points

Performance Division

– 1st: Team No Wheelhouse, The Bridge & UNIFIED FIT, 5 points

– 2nd: Steel Freedom, STEEL Athletics, 10 points

– 3rd: MAX Effort, CrossFit Hita, 10 points

FUNCTIONAL FITNESS LEAGUE OVERALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Fun Division

– 1st:  Steel Liberty, 15 points

– 2nd: Dirty Bulk Dogs, 31 points

– 3rd: The Bridge Trolls, 36 points 

Fitness Division

– 1st: Steel Independence, 22 points 

– 2nd: Scrambled Legs, 34 points

– 3rd: 2 Legit, 2 Legit to Quit, 44 points

Performance Division

– 1st: Team No Wheelhouse, 28 points

– 2nd: Steel Freedom, 29 points

– 3rd: Max Effort, 38 points

Affiliate Cup

– 1st: Steel Athletics: 7 points

– 2nd: The Bridge Fitness: 11 points

– 3rd: Unified Fit: 12 points

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