The Results Are In For The 4th Annual Charlotte Heptathlon


On May 18th, athletes from across the Charlotte area put on their game faces for the 4th annual Charlotte Heptathlon that benefitted The Family Impact Fund. Friends turned to foes as participants pulled up their socks and laced their shoes ready to compete in seven events that tested the speed, agility, strength and endurance of over 150 competitors.

Although there were a few elbows thrown, there was much fun and camaraderie to be had as teams and fans cheered each other on during the trying series of events. This year, $162,000 was raised for The Family Impact Fund, and over the past four years, The Charlotte Heptathlon has collectively raised $762,000 for Charlotte based organizations.

And no competition would be complete without naming the athletes who excelled in each event category:

  • Overall Best Male: Nate Banhegyi

  • Overall Best Male Master: Seth Harward

  • Overall Best Female: Stephanie Bronson

  • Overall Best Female Master: Michelle Broadway

  • Overall Best Male Team: HSC2 (Garrett Birnbaum & Aaron Birnbaum)

  • Overall Best Male Master Team: Soul Krushers (Daniel Lindberg & Jeremy Collins)

  • Overall Best Coed Team: Drop It Like A Squat (Nick Chapman & Stephanie Bronson)

  • Overall Best Female Team: Not Fast, Just Furious (Nicole Pettiglio & Catherine Blair)

Congratulations to all the participants and to the Charlotte Heptathlon for organizing another great and challenging event.

We are thankful to have had the opportunity to work with both organizations through our #MarketingForGood platform and look forward to continuing to support them in the coming years.



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Founded in 2015, the Charlotte Heptathlon is the premier athletic fundraising competition in the Greater Charlotte region. To date, the competition has raised over $760,000 for its charitable beneficiaries.

The Family Impact Fund provides tuition assistance to children from low-income families for high-quality early education and child care, helping parents to maximize their employment or continue their education.