We’ve already looked at which men from the 2016 CrossFit Games need to make up some ground after 17.1. Let’s see which women are on the outside looking in right now.

Here are the worldwide and region rankings for each of the 40 women 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
Katrin Davidsdottir 105 7 (North East)
Tia-Clair Toomey 76 11 (Australia)
Sara Sigmundsdottir 9 1 (Southern California)
Sam Briggs 2 2 (Europe)
Kari Pearce 11 2 (North East)
Brooke Wells 81 7 (North Central)
Kara Webb 22 3 (Australia)
Kristi Eramo 55 3 (Central East)
Alessandra Pichelli 105 1 (Northern California)
Anna Tunnicliffe 148 9 (Mid Atlantic)
Tennil Reed 103 5 (South West)
Kristin Holte 7 4 (Europe)
Annie Thorisdottir 16 8 (Europe)
Carol-Ann Reason-Thibault 37 1 (Canada East)
Tasia Percevecz 192 15 (North East)
Michele Letendre (retired) 810 45 (Canada East)
Chyna Cho 162 5 (Northern California)
Jamie Hagiya 487 23 (Southern California)
Thuridur Helgadottir 9 5 (Europe)
Emily Abbott 79 1 (Canada West)
Camille Leblanc-Bazinet 25 2 (South West)
Margaux Alvarez 17 1 (South West)
Carleen Mathews 12 1 (North West)
Christy Adkins 574 40 (Mid Atlantic)
Lauren Fisher 248 11 (Southern California)
Alea Helmick 187 11 (Mid Atlantic)
Candace Wagner WD
Stacie Tovar 75 5 (North Central)
Emily Bridgers 267 14 (South East)
Whitney Cappellucci 1,678 56 (South West)
Alexis Johnson 43 4 (South West)
Christina Seeley 441 5 (Canada West)
Meg Reardon 65 3 (Mid Atlantic)
Sheila Barden 88 8 (North Central)
Rebecca Voigt 81 1 (Southern California)
Jennifer Smith 51 2 (Central East)
Carly Fuhrer 37 4 (North West)
Justine Beath WD
Madeline Sturt  187 21 (Australia)
Alethea Boon 65 10 (Australia)

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