2016 Grid Season Sizzle Reel

July 14, 2016

With all the attention on the upcoming CrossFit Games, let’s not forget about the 2016 Grid season that’s less than two months away…


You’ve never seen anything like GRID. The most exciting, action-packed co-ed team sport in America is coming to the Utah Valley Convention Center this August and September. Eight teams will take to the GRID in a battle of strength, skill and speed.

Learn more about GRID, tickets, the teams and the athletes at NPGL.com. Regular-season action begins August 17 and concludes 12 matches later on August 27. Playoffs begin September 2 with the Eastern Conference Final, and the Western Conference Final follows on September 3. It all culminates with the 2016 NPGL Final on September 7. Tickets are available at tickets.npgl.com.

About GRID
GRID is the world’s first professional spectator sport with two co-ed teams racing head-to-head in a two-hour match. It incorporates speed, skill and strategy in a test of endurance through a variety of weightlifting and body-weight elements. Each two-hour match features two 14-person teams (7 women, 7 men) going head-to-head in 11 races. GRID has eight NPGL teams: Los Angeles Reign, New York Rhinos, Boston Iron, DC Brawlers, Phoenix Rise, Miami Surge, San Francisco Fire and Baltimore Anthem. Visit NPGL.com for more information, and follow National Pro GRID League on Facebook, @TheGridLeague on Twitter, @GridLeague on Instagram and download the GRID League app.



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