Fallen Hotshots Memorial Workout – Saturday, August 31st

Nineteen members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighting team tragically lost their lives on June 30, 2013 while fighting a fire in Yarnell, AZ. Here is where you can make a donation to support the families of the lost heroes. Your support will be collected by the CrossFit Kids Foundation where 100% of the donations will be distributed to the families. Donate Online Now!


Hotshots CrossFit WODMetcon (Time)

“Hotshots 19”
Six Rounds for time:
30 Squats
19 Power Cleans (135)
7 Strict Pull-ups
Run 400 meters



Jesse Steed, 36 Scott Norris, 28 Andrew Ashcraft, 29
Wade Parker, 22 Dustin Deford, 24 Kevin Woyjeck, 21
Joe Thurston, 32 Sean Misner, 26 Anthony Rose, 23
William Warneke, 25 Garret Zuppiger, 27 Eric Marsh, 43
John Percin, 24 Travis Carter, 31 Christopher MacKenzie, 30
Clayton Whitted, 28 Grant McKee, 21 Robert Caldwell, 23
Travis Turbyfill, 27

20 Replies to “Fallen Hotshots Memorial Workout – Saturday, August 31st”

  1. What’s something else I could do besides 400 mtr run? I have some leg pain right now.

    • I suppose Airdyne? Row would be rough with all the other movements, but you could do that too.

  2. As a firefighter in Orange County California I took this loss of heros to heart. This workout was tough, but nothing like what those brave men went through that day. Thank you for putting this up and helping those families. Godspeed brothers. RIP

  3. 37:45

    Scaled Power clean at 95#

    I pulled a muscle in my neck earlier this week and was going to take today off until I saw this WOD. I taped it up and got it done.

  4. THANK YOU Mayhem for posting this wod!! We have about 10-15 people wod’n everyday in a garage gym in Chula Vista, CA and have been follow Mayhem for about 6 months now! I am a firefighter for San Diego City FD and it means a lot to me to see the support from you guys (Mayhem) and the whole CF community. Our gym will humbly take on this wod (a couple of us in full turnouts) in remembrance of the 19 firefighters (and their loved ones) that made the ultimate sacrifice! Thank You again Mayhem!! James Shadoan

  5. Thank you for this workout. Hopes and prayers to all the fallen and their families.
    I am new to these workouts. Is it more important to do the weight listed or that I can do the set continuously without rest?
    Thank you

  6. I was there in person for this experience of a lifetime!
    Great to witness your performances, Rich, Dan, and thanks to any one else in your families or team who made the long journey for the support of our fire brethren.

    Fortunate to draw the first heat,
    I scaled with 95# cleans and kip pulls, finishing in 32:59
    Very challenging but worth every second.
    In your memory, Hot Shots!