WHAT IS GRID?
GRID is the future of team sports. Men and women competing side by side with a variety of specialties and body types working together in the ultimate race-based game of teamwork and strategy.
The sport was introduced in 2014 by the National Pro Grid League with world class athletes competing at the pro level of GRID.
Two teams race head-to-head to complete a series of weightlifting, body-weight, and other athletic elements. The AGL uses two versions of the sport with GRID 6 (6 person teams for anyone) and The AGL Season (14-18 person teams for higher level players).
Teams are composed of an equal number of male and female players who can be:
- bodyweight specialists
- heavy weight specialists
- generalists who can perform a variety of movements
Players use the strengths that suit them to best contribute to their team.
What wins races
Speed, strategy and teamwork are used to complete the races in the fastest possible time.
Two teams race in two lanes. Each lane is divided into four quadrants. Two teams perform at a time on the GRID head to head, which is very exciting.
There are several races in each match. Each race is composed of designated elements to be performed in each lane. The first team to cross the finish line wins.
Race elements are announced by the AGL prior to a match. Races are FAST. Speed is essential to win. This is a high energy, high excitement sport.
GRID IN THE ATLANTIC GRID LEAGUE
uses two variations of the sport. True GRID uses 14 person teams in a given match. GRID 6 is a variation of true GRID that makes it easier for people to play and try the sport out.