Sports Society for American Health is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which hosts predominantly professionally sanctioned sporting events to raise awareness and funds for a healthy world by aiding charitable organizations especially those dedicated to children's education and health.
Current events include:
Exygon & Baptist Hospitals Gusher Marathon, Half Marathon and Kinsel Ford 5K
Pleasure Island Half Marathon, Moore for Kid's 10K and Kinsel Ford 2 Mile.
Sabine Causeway Bridge 5K
Daisies & Dragons Duathlon for Kids
The first annual Iron Games takes places at Ford Park and features four competitions that will run concurrently: Powerlifting, Olympic Weightlifting, Functional Fitness and the Roughneck (Strongman).
Port Arthur's Pleasure Island, an 18.5 mile long man-made body of land, extends from the mouth of the Neches River on the northwest to the Sabine Causeway on the southeast and is surrounded by Sabine
A strength and fitness competition in which competitors, known as roughnecks, will have a set time limit or course requirement to complete each challenge. Gloves are recommended, but not required for