OKINAWA'S STRONGEST: BATTLE OF THE SOUTH
Okinawa's Strongest: Battle of the South
DATE & TIME 08/15 SUN @ 8:30 a.m.
LOCATION MCAS Futenma Futenma Athletic Field
PROGRAM Adult Sports
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EVENT INFO

 Camp:  MCAS Futenma

Event Name:  Okinawa's Strongest: Battle of the South

Participants Eligibility:  This event is open to participants island-wide.

Event Location:  Futenma Athletic Field

Event Date:  15 August 2021, 0830          

Registration Site/Date:  Register online through Eventbrite by 2330 on 11 August.

Weight Classes:  Male Up to 175 lbs, 150 lbs-200 lbs, over 200l bs. Female Up to 150 lbs, over 150l bs.

Tournament Schedule/By-Laws: By-Laws and Schedule for this event will be e-mailed to you.  Please provide a good e-mail address. Please contact the Sports Coordinators at 645-3521 or 623-5558 or e-mail adultsports@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org with any questions.

Entry Fee:  $25

Remarks:  Competitors will complete in FOUR events: Wheelbarrow, Sled Push and Pull, Atlas Stone Lift, Farmer's Carry/Log Clean and Press "Scramble" (a combined event). Each event will be for time. Competitors with the fastest times in each event will be awarded the highest points for their weight class. Competitors with the highest combined score in their weight class at the end of the competition will receive FREE entry in Okinawa's Strongest! Awards for first, second, and third place in each weight category.

Point of Contact:  Sports Coordinators at 645-3521 or e-mail MCCS adultsports@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org

 

Please note our COVID-19 Mitigation Policies:
Fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear a mask while outdoors except while interacting or occupying shared workspaces with host-nation citizens.

Unvaccinated individuals above the age of two are required to wear masks while indoors or outdoors aboard MCIPAC-MCBB installations.
Effective immediately and in accordance with updated guidance for DoD installations and facilities, individuals must wear masks while indoors in all MCCS facilities aboard MCIPAC-MCBB installations on Okinawa.

 

 

 

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