Nautilus, Inc., a leader in home fitness equipment, announced that its Schwinn Airdyne will be the title sponsor of the 2016 CrossFit Fort Vancouver (CFV) Championship on January 9-10, 2016. The CFV Championship is a pairs competition for the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada’s most elite athletes.
During this two-day event, 16 male pairs and 16 female pairs will compete in a variety of physical tests, including vigorous workouts on the Schwinn Airdyne AD Pro bike.
This challenging competition, hosted by local CrossFit affiliated gym CrossFit Fort Vancouver (CFV), was created to provide a world class regional competition that serves as an opportunity for elite athletes to challenge themselves and raise their level of competition.
“Our main goal for this not-for-profit event is to give the athletes and spectators the best experience possible,” said Adam Neiffer, owner of CFV. “Through the generous support of our local partner Nautilus, Inc., we’ve sweetened the deal for the athletes with a total payout of $40,000 in cash and prizes.”
“We’ve taken high-intensity training to the next level with an aggressive bike that can withstand the toughest workouts by the most intense athlete.” – Jeff Collins, VP and general manager retail of Nautilus, Inc.
This particular CrossFit competition sits close to heart, as Nautilus Inc. is headquartered in Vancouver. “We built our new Schwinn Airdyn AD Pro bike specifically for the hardcore competitor,” said Jeff Collins, VP and general manager retail of Nautilus, Inc. “This bike adds a new level of challenge to this event and for the national CrossFit community. We’ve taken high-intensity training to the next level with an aggressive bike that can withstand the toughest workouts by the most intense athlete.”
Nautilus, Inc.’s brand portfolio includes Bowflex, Nautilus, Schwinn and Universal.
The CFV Championship will take place at the Clark County Event Center, Hall A, located at the Clark County Fair Grounds. The competition will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days, with doors opening to spectators at 8 a.m.
— Photos by Cheryl Boatman Photography 2015, Courtesy Nautilus, Inc.