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I currently live in Sellersville with my wife Pam and our 2 awesome children, Madison and Tyler. I graduated from St. Pius X High School in Pottstown, and have a degree in Sociology & Criminal Justice from Millersville University. Currently I am the IT Business Intelligence Manager at Impax Laboratories in Chalfont, PA.
I’ve always had a passion for sports from basketball in grade school to cross country and pole vaulting in high school. In 2007 I decided it was time to check off more life goals, goals which usually centered on pushing my physical and mental limits. In 2009 I checked off running a marathon, and then the following year checked off one of my biggest goals, qualifying for the Boston Marathon which I ran in 2011. My passion for running grew from the street into the wilderness, quickly falling in love with trail running.
In 2012 while training to run the Grand Canyon from the South Rim to the North Rim and back to the South Rim in one day, I knew I had to do more than running to prepared for that challenge. Enter CrossFit. Never was I so humbled being an ‘endurance’ athlete, not being able to do a single pull-up on my first day. Not only did CrossFit help me complete the Grand Canyon run in 15 hours, it then help me check off many more endurance challenges, such as completing 24 Hour Endurance Races, many 50K’s, a 50 Miler and it no doubt was vital to me completing my first 100 Mile Race in 27 hours. I am convinced there is no way I personally could not have achieved all that without the programming that CrossFit provides.
Since joining Apex and its incredible family, I feel more compelled than ever to give back and hopefully help everyone achieve their personal goals whatever they may be. The energy, compassion, and genuine comradery that exist inside the walls of Apex and outside the box is what CrossFit is all about to me as an athlete and coach. I’ve been in awe of the Apex community since day one, and look forward to keeping the incredible sense of community amongst all the members alive and thriving for many, many years to come.
2015 CrossFit Games OPEN ( 3,935 of 9,749 region) (52,436 of 153,000 worldwide)
2016 CrossFit Games OPEN ( 2,784 of 12,075 region) (38,461 of 178,535 worldwide)
2017 CrossFit Games OPEN (699 out of 14,164 masters 45-49 worldwide)
2018 CrossFit Games OPEN (out of masters 45-49 worldwide)