After a competitive two weeks, the 2017 Hampton Roads Hero Games, presented by, Endurance IT Services declared a champion! The Norfolk Police Department secured victory with an overall score of 2,100 points. The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office, 2016 Hero Games Champion, placed second with a score of 1,790 points, and the Chesapeake Police Department finished close behind in third place with a score of 1,500 points. Departments from Chesapeake, Hampton, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, and Newport News competed in the event. Congratulations to all the winners and everyone who competed!
“The competition and sportsmanship from all the teams was amazing,” said Corporal B. Serrano, III with the Norfolk Police Department, who competed in our 2017 Hero Games. “I will definitely be participating again next year!”
The Hampton Roads Sports Commission hosted the second annual Hampton Roads Hero Games October 20 - November 5, 2017. The event was a multi-day, multi-sport competition for first responders, retirees, their families, and public supporters. The Games were created to support first responders and to show camaraderie with other first responder departments throughout Hampton Roads, while also allowing the business community and public to show their support and appreciation.