THE U.S. 2021-2022 FXC TRYOUT SEASON CONTINUES. NEW DATES ANNOUNCED
Washington, D.C. - August 21st, 2021
Although heavily impacted by the pandemic, the 2021 Tryout Season to form the next Team USA of FXC - Fireball Extreme Challenge™ will continue. The International FXC Federation has officially confirmed the dates for the next two tryouts sessions in the United States.
Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY
More cities will be added once we receive enough registrations. The exact locations will be determined by the number of registrations received.
Due to the current health situation and the health regulations connected with it, walk-in attendance will not be allowed.
All athletes 18 years of age at the time of an FXC Regional Qualifying Round near them, can register using the QR code below.
All eligible applicants will have until December 7th, 2021 to put their hat in the ring, and see if they have what it takes to make the cut.
The selected athletes will represent the United States in the next international competitions that will be organized by the FXC Federation during the 2021-2022 season.
The tryouts will take place in outdoor locations. The FXC tryout will observe the health recommendations and protocols issued by the CDC and those of the International FXC Federation (click here to download them). Once registered the athletes will be assigned a time slot. If you want to apply for a particular time slot, please let us know which ones work best for you when you fill up the form. All participants must bring at least two 3-layer face masks and wear their face mask at all time during training and resting periods.
FXC - Fireball Extreme Challenge™ (FXC) is a new explosive, coed, spectacular sport, that combines and constantly alternates anaerobic, cardiovascular activity with high-intensity anaerobic sprints, thus developing strength, endurance, agility, and explosiveness.
FXC is the only highly competitive, mandatory COED sport in the world where men and women perform at the same level and the score is bound to real teamwork. In FXC we 'glorify' the assist and the hand-off.