They strained their sinews to honour the m e m ory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. Rockland athletes did their part Sunday to raise m oney for a trust fund for the son of the soldier killed at the National War Me m orial. Crosstrainers support soldier’s son They crunched, they jumped boxes, they muscled up with handstand pushups, they pumped iron, and in the end, 25 local cross-trainers did their bit to help honour the memory of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, the soldier killed last month on sentry duty at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National War Memorial in Ottawa. The CrossFit Rush box gyms in Rock- land and the Greater Ottawa area all took part in a two-hour marathon crossfit training exercise Sunday afternoon, November 9, to raise money for the Marcus Cirillo Trust, part of the Standon Guard Fund, which helps families of veterans. The Marcus Cirillo Trust is a trust fund set up to sup- port the five-year-old son of Cpl. Cirillo. The CrossFit Rush marathon raised $2060 for the trust fund, with Rockland’s 24 participants accounting for $240 of the total.
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