“Thank you, Storm, for sharing your accomplishments with us and congratulations on the success of your competition. CACI is proud to have assisted Storm Huie with his entrance fees as he is a valued member of our association, a competitor who always goes for the gold and greatly serves the State of California in his law enforcement, investigative duties. We are proud of his accomplishments.” – CACI President George Tiongson
SAN DIEGO – Congratulations to California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) and California Association of Criminal Investigators (CACI) Member Storm Huie on his silver medal win in the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu event on June 17, 2023 at the United States Police and Fire Championships in San Diego. Huie finished 2nd in the Men’s 35+ Welterweight Division.
“I would like to thank my wife, son, coaches and teammates. Without your help, patience, and encouragement, I would not have been able to achieve this result. I will be back at the 2024 Police and Fire Games with the goal of winning a gold medal in this event. I hope to see more members of CSLEA and CACI compete at next year’s Police and Fire Championships,” said Huie.
Huie, a California Lottery investigator, has competed in numerous events at previous Police and Fire Games. He has competed in the Western States, United States and World Police and Fire Games since 2009.
- In 2022, he earned a gold medal win in the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition. Huie took 1stplace in the brown/black belt Masters (35+) middleweight division.
- In 2021, he competed in track and field and won a gold medal in the 100-meter dash (35 to 39 age division) and a gold medal in the 200 meter dash (35 to 39 age division).
- In 2019, Huie competed in the 100- and 200-meter dashes, finishing the 100-meter dash in 11.55 seconds, beating his time of 11.67 in the 2018 competition. His speed earned second place, a silver medal, in the track and field event for the 30-34 age group and second overall among all competitors. In the 200-meter dash, Huie crossed the finished line in 23.31 seconds placing second in his age category and third overall among all competitors.
- In 2018, Huie brought home the gold medal win in the 100-meter dash (30-34 age group).
- In 2017 he earned a bronze medal in the 100-meter dash (30-34 age group).
“Congratulations to Investigator Huie and all the competitors at the World Police and Fire Games. They proudly participate in healthy competition and showcase their athletic skills, training and talent. We appreciate their commitment to a healthy and athletic lifestyle,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona.