Jason Cain -Athletic Director and OWNEr
I began CrossFitting officially in 2009, officially because my life has always been focused at becoming increasingly fit across various time domains and disciplines. With a background predominately in wrestling and downhill skiing, but also encompassing mountain biking, mountain running, Ulitmate Frisbee, orienteering, white water kayaking, and squash, I have experienced the full extent of what sport has to offer. My background made me ideally suited for CrossFit. As an active athlete with an interest in physical fitness I instantly fell in love with CrossFit and it became my sport and training methodology of choice. I now enjoy sharing my passion for CrossFit with my members by coaching and mentoring at Reebok CrossFit 306.
- Jason Cain
Two time CrossFit Games Competitor - 2010 and 2011
CrossFit Games Canada East Regional Champion 2011
CrossFit Games Open, Canada West Champion 2012
Won the two biggest CrossFit competitions held in the Prairies: the BCBD and the BOTB in 2013
Named "Fittest in Saskatchewan" 2015 by CrossFit HQ
Qualified and competed at Regionals 2009,2011,2012,2013,2014, and 2015
Finished 11th in the Men's Elite Master's at Wodapalooza in Miami, FL 2018.
17th in the World Wide Open, Master's 40-44 2018.
Broke three national master's weightlifting records, December 2014.
Three time nationally qualified weightlifter, 2013, 2014, 2015
Named best lifter at the 2013 Pan American Master's Weightlifting Championships in Chicago, IL in 2013
Broken 10 provincial lifting records
Three time national master's champion 2013,2014,2017
Two time Master's Pan Am's silver medalist, 2014, 2018
Nationally Qualified powerlifter in 2015 and again in 2017 with a WILKS above 400.
6th at the 2015 Canadian Powerlifting Championships
2017 Provincial Champion
Other Notable Accomplishments
2000 Canada West University Wrestling Champion
1998 Jr National Silver medallist in wrestling
1996 Mississauga High School Athlete of the Year
1994-1996 Three time winner of the Loyola High School Athlete of the Year
1986 Provincial Champion for Judo