LOS ANGELES – Congratulations to California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) and California Association of Criminal Investigators (CACI) Member Storm Huie on his Bronze medal win in the 100 meter dash (30-34 age group) at the 2017 World Police and Fire Games held in Los Angeles in this month.
Huie, a California Lottery investigator, is no stranger to Police and Fire Games. He has competed in the Western States, United States and World Police and Fire Games since 2009.
“I competed in track and field for four years (400m and 200m) when I attended college UC Irvine,” said Huie. “I used to compete competitively in CrossFit, but now focus mostly on Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for fitness. I enjoy physical fitness as a hobby and appreciate the opportunity to compete at the police and fire games every year. I am very lucky my wife allows me to train for my competitions. I would not be a success without her support.”
Huie’s time in the 100-meter dash was 11.41, earning him third place and a Bronze medal. He also competed in the 200-meter with a time of 22.97, coming in fourth.
“We are firm believers in physical fitness here at CSLEA and are supportive of our members who take care of their health and those who take it to a higher level by competing,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. “Congratulations to Storm Huie and to all our members who participated in this year’s World Police and Fire Games.”