Continuing Radio Coverage

July 10, 2009 4:03 PM

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Coming up on a special edition of CrossFit Radio today at 6:00 PM (Pacific):

Justin Judkins will recap today's Affiliate Cup Competition. There will also be interviews with Coach Mike Burgener, Pat Barber, and Darrell "Bingo" White. Mike Warkentin of the CrossFit Journal has been covering events all day and will also add his perspective.


Show is over. Great overall coverage with competitors and spectators alike. Next show will be tomorrow at noon. Make sure you tune in to hear the latest from Aromas.

5 comments on this entry.

1. Ryan wrote...

July 11, 2009 6:14 AM

Please upload the Live broadcasts to I tunes or on the journal as soon as you can. Those of us in different time zones that can not listen live are dying over here!!!!!!

2. Matt wrote...

July 11, 2009 8:12 AM

I agree, you guys are doing a great job updating everything else....get these shows posted!!!

3. Long John Silver wrote...

July 11, 2009 8:59 AM

I hate complainers more than anything in Crossfit but I can't help but say something about the complete lack of coverage of this event. Literally we have one guy using twitter, internet radio and a summary text post / video at the end of day one. In 2009 its pretty sad that this is the best Crossfit HQ can do on the internet with the shear amount of cash this event has generated.

It really wouldn't have taken much to get some web-cams set up all over the ranch and some running commentary from a booth somewhere on site. Cost simply cannot be an issue at this point and the technology really is not that hard to master for anyone in the IT field. Why not set up a feed form the jumbotron they have onsite?

I suspect that next year things will be a little different but for those of us that couldn't get to Aromas there is a distinct lack of entertainment and its a real shame.

4. Side Show Lol wrote...

July 11, 2009 12:16 PM

Like LJS, this is a killer. There are a few bits and bobs on YouTube but nothing much. Even one web-cam overlooking the main site would have been a real bonus. Maybe next year an IT company out there could promote themselves by getting this sorted. Even if there is TV coverage next year, that's unlikely to be of much use on the day to those of us outside of the USA.

The athletes are just amazing. Just wish I was there to cheer them on.

5. John wrote...

July 11, 2009 1:05 PM

Hey Glasman...ARE YOU FU$KING SERIOUS!!!! CASTRO...ANYTHING TO SAY??!!!! Listen, you spent $92,000+ upgrading for this event, i have information that you PAID to have affiliate owners flown to Aromas as spectators, but you can't afford a live streaming video?? seriously guys, get it together.