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Former CrossFit Games Winner Jason Khalipa Ends his Affiliation with CrossFit

Jason Khalipa won the CrossFit Games in 2008. He received the Spirit of the Games award at the 2009 CrossFit Games and is the founder of NCFIT (formerly NorCal CrossFit). He was selected to participate as a member of Team USA in 2012, 2013, and 2014 CrossFit Games Invitational.

Jason Khalipa went on to participate in six more CrossFit Games as an Individual: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. In 2015, he competed as a team member with his affiliate, NorCal CrossFit, in the team competition.

After 10 years as a CrossFit affiliate he has decided not to maintain his affiliation with CrossFit.


“NCFIT has always been about love and acceptance. Our mission at NCFIT is to LIVE BETTER. And living better means nothing while standing by in the face of racism, injustice, and hate. This week, our team will be releasing our full efforts on how we plan to both immediately support the Black community and all people of color as well as take steps to evolve our company’s policies to ensure that our core values are never compromised.

In light of recent events and on-going concerns about the direction of CrossFit, NCFIT will no longer maintain our affiliation with the brand. We have been an affiliate for more than 10-years, but we can no longer continue along this path. We owe it to our team, members, and the greater community to stand for something better than what we are witnessing.

NCFIT is here to stay. We will continue to promote our core values while still delivering amazing workouts every single day. We will continue to explore new ways to improve the lives of our members and team members while taking action to ensure that we are always standing up for what we believe is right. We will continue to grow and foster an amazing community inclusive of people from all walks of life, and we will do so as NCFIT.”



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