A Chesapeake deputy triumphed in “The Games of Heroes” as he brings home 4 medals from the 2015 World Police and Fire Games June 26.
Chesapeake Sheriff Jim O’Sullivan presented the Sheriff’s Commendation Award to Sergeant Ronald Humphrey and recognized him for earning three gold medals and one silver in the biennial international 10-day sporting event.
Humphrey competed in four events in the men age 55-59 category. He earned gold medals in the 200 meter race (25.20 seconds, breaking the 2001 record of 25.53), the long jump (17 feet, four inches), the triple jump (34 feet) and he earned a silver medal in the 100 meters (12.34 seconds).
Sheriff O’Sullivan said he and the Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office are very proud of Humphrey’s accomplishments and they look forward to him competing in the World Police and Fire Games in 2017 in Montreal, Canada.
For more information on the 2015 World Police and Fire Games, visit Fairfax2015.com.