The endurance challenges are not open to the public; the teams registered in advance, each pledging a minimum of $2,600.
Led by personal trainers, the 26 workout stations will be open to members of the U.S. military and first-responders. They begin at 2:50 p.m. and continue until 5 p.m. tomorrow.
The event itself will encompass the football field and practice bubble as well as the practice fields. Before the 26-hour trial kicks off, team captains will be given a full break down of all the challenges so their teams can develop game plans for how to tackle them.
Family and friends of those participating will be able to watch the opening ceremony and first two hours of the event from the stands.
Franklin’s team includes police officers Jon Bussey, Rich Martini and Dan MacLean. Detective Sgt. Christopher Baker, a member of the MetroLEC SWAT team, will also be a part of the event.
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