What is GRID?
It is a true team sport where players accomplish feats of fitness in a game consisting of several short, fast, and extrememly exciting races. Men and women compete together on the same team and players showcase their strengths as their role on their team.
AAA - Female - 55, 70, 85,100 Male - 90,115,140,165 AA - Female - 60, 80,100,120 Male - 115,140,165,190 A - Female - 80,100,120,140 Male - 140,165,190, 215 Race rules. The goal of the Ladder is to accumulate as many points as possible, as a team,...read more
The Southern Conference final regular season match event takes place tomorrow with the Miami Freaks (2-0) taking on the Pompano Pulse (1-1) at 5pm and the Fort Lauderdale Lions (1-1) playing the Palm Beach Elite (0-2) at 7:30. Grab you tickets at 40% off here...read more
Top 5 reasons you need stim in your life. You’ve seen the big name crossfitters use them, you hear about them a lot. You know there is probably some good reasoning behind it, but maybe haven’t looked into the details. Here are some commonly accepted benefits provided...read more
Olympic gymnast Deyan Yordanov competed in 1996 and 2000 for Bulgaria. He has taken a liking to the sport of GRID and the Miami Freaks and come on board to help the team with becoming more efficient with their bodyweight movements. We asked him a few questions about...read more
Season Tickets purchased online are $9 per double header ($4.50 per match) plus other sweet perks. Individual tickets purchased online are $12 per double header. ONLINE TICKETS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE UNTIL MIDNIGHT BEFORE THE MATCH.read more
One of the unique aspects of the sport of GRID is that relationships play more of a role than they usually do in team sports. Last year Danielle Szpindor and Eric Cardona were a couple and coached the Palm Beach Elite together coming just short of the Championship win...read more
The BRIGADE received rough news this week, losing pre-season and projected high impact player Clint Clemens to a torn bicep. They fill a bit of the gaping barbell moving hole left by the loss of Clemens, with an extremely strong, yet well rounded player in...read more
In a huge announcement, the Orlando Aces announce NPGL MVP Taylar Stallings as head coach and operator. As Taylar’s first move within her new role this year, she appoints good friend and FGL veteran Kim Suarez as head of team operations. The Orlando Aces...read more
Amber Bost was signed to the Fort Lauderdale Lions last year but had to sit out most of the Season due to a calf injury, so she was chomping at the bit to play more this year. She attended the Combine and proved to be a valuable asset to the Team and was signed again...read more