So we know that Jacob Heppner is out in 2017 due to bursitis in his knee and Marcus Filly made the decision to sit out 2017 after the birth of his daughter. But how are the rest of the 2016 CrossFit Games men doing after week 1 of the CrossFit Open?

Here are the worldwide and region rankings for each of the 40 men that competed at the 2016 CrossFit Games. The yellow highlighted rows indicated that the athlete is sitting outside a qualifying spot.

Athlete  2017 Open Ranking
Worldwide Region
Mathew Fraser 21 3 (North East)
Ben Smith 585  33 (Mid Atlantic)
Patrick Vellner 14 1 (Canada East)
Brent Fikowski 243 4 (Canada West)
Cole Sager 1,009 45 (North West)
Soctt Panchik 259  15 (Central East)
Jacob Heppner WD
Bjorgvin Gudmundsson 107 30 (Europe)
Alex Vigneault 50 2 (Canada East)
Travis Mayer 446 22 (South East)
Alex Anderson 368 23 (Central East)
Marcus Filly WD
Josh Bridges 14 1 (Southern California)
Lukas Hogberg 149 37 (Europe)
Noah Ohlsen 50 4 (South East)
Samuel Kwant 40 3 (North West)
Rob Forte 112 13 (Australia)
Christian Lucero 329 15 (Southern California)
Travis Williams 114 1 (South Central)
Garret Fisher 615 30 (Southern California)
Lukas Esslinger 203 52 (Europe)
Lucas Parker 955 56 (Canada East)
Zak Carchedi 133 6 (North Central)
James Newbury 251 26 (Australia)
Rasmus Anderson 349 14 (Africa)
Albert-Dominic Larouche 282 15 (Canada East)
Gary Helmick 25 1 (Mid Atlantic)
Ben Stoneberg 243 12 (North West)
Jacob Anderson 125 8 (South East)
Sean Sweeney 585 14 (South West)
Logan Collins 164 3 (South West)
Sam Dancer 71 5 (North Central)
Spencer Hendel (going team) 1,279 133 (North East)
Adrian Mundwiler 189 7 (Africa)
Roy Gamboa 276 10 (South Central)
Joseph Guesnier 988 55 (South Central)
Mitchell Sinnamon 37 6 (Australia)
Khan Porter 84 8 (Australia)
Zeke Grove 121 16 (Australia)
Jonne Koski 121 5 (Africa)

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