Sunday, December 14 2014

Posted by Mandee on December 13, 2014   |   7 Comments






7 rounds for time of:

11 body weight deadlifts

100m sprint



Air Force Staff Sgt. David “Sham” Wieger, 28, of North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, a special agent for the Air Force of Special Investigations, Detachment 303, Travis Air Force Base, California, died Nov. 1, 2007, near Balad Air Base, Iraq, of wounds sustained from an improvised explosive device that struck his vehicle. Wieger is survived by his parents, Michael and Loreene; brother, Michael; sister-in-law, Brenda; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

7 responses to “Sunday, December 14 2014”

  1. James Stranahan says:

    Slade!! Looking strong!

  2. George C says:

    Slade! Channel your inner yoga face!

  3. Paul D says:

    6:22 Rx (@ 185 lb. BW)
    Live from Kabul, Afghanistan with my boy Peyton.

  4. CoachDB says:

    Slade is STRONG! Seriously he is Strong and a spectacular athlete at CFHSV!

    Paul and Peyton cover your six over there and battle each other in a WOD. Make sure you wear your CFHSV T-shirts when doing it. I will award the winner of the Afghanistan Battle WOD between you to a CFHSV T-shirt. I want results though.

    • Paul D says:

      Thanks for the motivation Coach! It looks like I’ll be getting a new CF HSV tee shirt since I smoked Peyton on “Sham” by over a full minute. It was kind of like what Clemson is going to do to Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl this year. We both wore our CF HSV gear of course–I’ll email you a picture one of my other employees took. Hopefully we will get to battle a few more times before I go home; we both got a great workout even if AAL USA were the only ones on KAIA brave enough to WOD here with the burning garbage and very cold weather!

      • CoachDB says:

        You both rock and make a coach proud to know you stay consistent even while in a combat zone. Both of you are worthy of a CFHSV T-shirt and so much more.
        Thanks for the pic, it is awesome.

        • Peyton says:

          7:24 Rx
          I kept up nicely half-way through….after that, well…I’m not a black shirt yet 🙂
          It has been great to see someone from the homeland out here! Miss you Coach D