Ice Chamber Hosts First International Kettlebell Competition in the SF Bay

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Ice Chamber, an athletic performance training center in the San Francisco Bay Area, is hosting the 2013 West Coast Kettlebell Sport Classic on February 9. The event is the first international kettlebell competition hosted in the Bay Area, and will offer food, music, prizes, and showcase performances from beginners all the way up to Master of Sport World Class attempts.

2013 West Coast Kettlebell Sport Classic

"...kettlebell enthusiasts and newbies alike can witness the greats, get inspired, and have a good time," said Steven Khuong of Ice Chamber.

Ice Chamber, an athletic performance training center in the San Francisco Bay Area, is hosting the 2013 West Coast Kettlebell Sport Classic (WCKSC) on February 9. The event is the first international kettlebell competition hosted in the Bay Area, and is expected to gather more than 60 competitors and roughly 300 spectators.

The kettlebell competition will feature Women Kettlebell Sport World Champions Misty Shearer (Canada), Svitlana Krechyk (formerly from Ukraine), and Jessica DiBiase (USA) each lifting kettlebells weighing up to 62 pounds. During the course of the competition, each female competitor will lift their kettlebell overhead several hundred times, totaling more than 10,000 lbs in volume.

“We’re honored to host this important competition here at Ice Chamber, especially at a time when the sport of kettlebell lifting is on the rise” said Steven Khuong, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and co-founder of Ice Chamber. “We’re excited to offer an event here in the Bay Area where kettlebell enthusiasts and newbies alike can witness the greats, get inspired, and have a good time.”

The event will offer food, music, and prizes, and will showcase performances from beginners all the way up to Master of Sport World Class attempts. All ages and levels are welcome to participate. Online registration is open now through January 28. Registration fees for Ice Chamber members are $55, and $75 for general registration. All competition participants will receive gifts, and the top male and female lifters will receive prizes from Athleta. Additional event sponsors include KettleGuard (custom wrist wraps for kettlebell lifters), Annie’s Homegrown, Tencue, and GU.

Competition Events:
Men: Biathlon and Long Cycle
Women: Biathlon and Long Cycle

Age Categories:
Juniors: 17 years of age or younger
Adult: 18 years – 45 years of age
Masters: 46 years – 55 years of age
Seniors: 56 years of age or older

The competition will be officiated by the prestigious World Kettlebell Club (WKC), whose officiates will regulate weight categories, rules, and rankings in accordance with the club’s policies. For more information regarding WKC rules, regulations, and how to pre-qualify, please visit http://www.worldkettlebellclub.com

For more information on the 2013 West Coast Kettlebell Sport Classic, or to register, please visit http://www.icechamber.com

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About Ice Chamber
Ice Chamber is an athletic performance training program with a 7,000 sq. ft. facility located in Richmond, Calif. The company was founded by Steven Khuong, CSCS, and Maya Garcia, CSCS, both certified coaches through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and Master Coaches and Master Trainers with the World Kettlebell Club. Team members of Ice Chamber have lectured and taught kettlebells at Fortune 1000 corporations such as Google and The GAP, and have helped people of all ages and conditions surpass their fitness goals, from beginners up to Olympic athletes. The founders also hold the prestigious position of CEU/CEC Provider as approved by National Academy of Sports Medicine and American Council on Exercise to grant continuing education credits to professionals in the fitness industry. For more information about Ice Chamber, please visit http://www.icechamber.com

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