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Chris Hill Memorial WOD Fundraiser Shirt

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  • $19.99

Join us as we honor Marshall Chris Hill through a Crossfit fundraiser. A hero who served us as a Law Enforcement offer and Military Veteran. With our efforts focused on highlighting Chris' athletic accomplishments, a commemorative WOD will be dedicated to him. Born in April, 15th 1972, we broke down his favorite exercises with a memorial workout that will be named "The Hill Top". All proceeds of this shirt will be donated to his family.

This is a pre-sale fundraiser. Orders must be placed by Monday, Feb 12th to receive your shirt on the day of the event. If you wish to have your order shipped to you, please select "YES" under the shipping option along with your size. If you select "NO" your shirt will be taken to the event to be picked up. Please contact Corey Dickerson with any questions at cdickerson@starknolimits.com


  • Round For Time
  • 15 Hand Release Pushups
  • 19 Shoulder To Overhead (95/65)
  • 72 Back Squats (45/35)

Product Features

  • 90% combed ringspun cotton, 10% polyester
  • 4.2 oz., 30 singles
  • Unisex sizing; retail fit
  • Fitted at bicep; shoulder taping
  • Sideseamed

Who was Christopher Hill?

Hill, an 11-year veteran of the U.S. Marshals, worked in at the U.S. Capitol before being transferred to Harrisburg in 2009. During the Eric Frein manhunt, Hill was chosen to lead a large group who conducted woodland searches for Frein. 

Hill was an Army veteran who served from 1993-1996. He joined the Marshals Service in 2006 in Washington, D.C., and transferred to Harrisburg in 2009. He also served with the agency's Special Operations Group. He is survived by his wife and two children.

Hill received the distinguished group award for significant contributions in Afghanistan. 

"Christopher Hill died a hero today," Dave Freed, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District, said at a news conference in Harrisburg. "We will honor his memory with his brothers and sisters in law enforcement. We will provide answers to Deputy Marshall Hill's family."

David J. Anderson, Acting Deputy Director for the U.S. Marshals Service, said "He was a devoted public servant who dedicated his life to making his community and this nation safer. We will never forget his commitment and courage. The nation lost a hero today."

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