“Hoopes”

33 minutes running clock:

Buy-In: 118 Wall Ball Shots 20/14


Then AMRAP:

5 Thrusters 135/95

7 Toes-to-Bar

1 Rope Climb

200 meter Run


On September 12, 2012, the New Jersey State Police lost one of the best Troopers who has ever served our department. His name is Trooper James Hoopes, badge number 5712. Trooper Hoopes died in the line of duty while training for his physical fitness test [on the Atlantic City boardwalk]. Trooper Hoopes was a role model for Troopers, both on a professional and personal level. He was very serious with his health and fitness. His death was tragic and completely breathtaking to anyone who knew him, because anyone who has ever had contact with Trooper Hoopes would never believe he would have died during a training exercise. Trooper Hoopes touched a lot of lives within the State Police Family, but even more within his Community; where he was actively involved with coaching youth sports.

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