Vanessa Bennington is a registered nurse practitioner and CrossFit coach at the gym she owns with her husband, Charles Bennington, Seaward CrossFit, in Sarasota. Here she competes in a USA Olympic Weightlifting event in Miami. 
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Vanessa Bennington is a registered nurse practitioner and CrossFit coach at the gym she owns with her husband, Charles Bennington, Seaward CrossFit, in Sarasota. Here she competes in a USA Olympic Weightlifting event in Miami. TIFFANY TOMPKINS-CONDIE/Bradenton Herald ttompkins@bradenton.com
Vanessa Bennington is a registered nurse practitioner and CrossFit coach at the gym she owns with her husband, Charles Bennington, Seaward CrossFit, in Sarasota. Here she competes in a USA Olympic Weightlifting event in Miami. TIFFANY TOMPKINS-CONDIE/Bradenton Herald ttompkins@bradenton.com

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