Here are the Rosters of the 14 Teams Going to the CrossFit Games

OC3 Black. Left to right: Luke Schafer, Taylor Williamson, Andrea Nisler, Joe Piersanti
OC3 Black. Left to right: Luke Schafer, Taylor Williamson, Andrea Nisler, Joe Piersanti

The 2019 CrossFit Games are just weeks away and we now have the official rosters of the 14 teams that will be vying for the Team Championship. Each team consists of two men and two women, along with two alternates (one male and one female).

The alternates can replace an active member should that teammate have to withdraw prior to checking in at the Games. Just like previous years, should an athlete have to withdraw during competition, that team will not be able to substitute their alternate and will ultimately have to withdraw from the competition.

Unlike the individual competition, the team competition is much more centered around the United States. Only six teams are primarily based from outside the United States. The rest are fielded with athletes who are from here.

Here are the rosters of each team and the Sanctional that they earned their invite.

Invictus (Dubai CrossFit Championship)

Rasmus Anderson
Tommy Vinas
Lauren Fisher
Regan Huckaby
Mitch Wagner (alternate)
Jenn Ryan (alternate)

CrossFit Krypton (Wodapalooza CrossFit Festival)

Alec Smith
Cody Mooney
Jessica Griffith
Camille Leblanc-Bazinet
Adam Klink (alternate)

Project X (Australian CrossFit Championship)

Khan Porter
Brandon Swan
Jessica Coughlan
Harriet Roberts
Matthew Reilly (alternate)
Justine Beath (alternate)

CrossFit Vondelgym (CrossFit Fittest in Cape Town)

Jeremy Reijnders
Sven Verheul
Nienke van Overveld
Sigrid Koolhaas
Daniel Colpo (alternate)
Linda Keesman (alternate)

Central Beasts (CrossFit Strength in Depth)

Zach Sowder
Joey Tortora
Nicole Holcomb
Emma Chapman
Ryan Sowder (alternate & individual athlete)
Alison Scudds (alternate)

Don’t Stop (Mid Atlantic CrossFit Challenge)

Travis Williams
Roy Gamboa
Jennifer Smith
Alexis Johnson
Jordan Cook (alternate)
Zoe Pond-McPherson (alternate)

Mayhem Freedom (Asia CrossFit Championship)

Rich Froning
Dre Strohm
Tasia Percevecz
Chyna Cho
Ben Smith (alternate)
Haley Adams (alternate & individual athlete)

Team JST Compete (Reykjavik CrossFit Championship)

Jak Cornthwaite
Steven Fawcett
Helena Collins
Jayne Eadie
Benjamin Massey (alternate)

PRO1 (Brazil CrossFit Championship)

Joe Scali
David Fontaine
Lorraine Allard
Manon Lesur
Alexandre Caron (alternate)
Chloe Gauvin-David (alternate)

X-Terminators (Down Under CrossFit Championship)

Rob Forte
Zeke Grove
Kate Gordon
Danielle Jenny

OC3 Black (The Rogue Invitational)

Joe Piersanti
Luke Schafer
Andrea Nisler
Taylor Williamson
Colin Cartee (alternate)
Nicole Chovan (alternate)

CrossFit Alioth (The CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown)

Phil Hesketh
Alexander Elebro
Mia Akerlund
Synne Krokstad
Viktor Langsved (alternate)
Louise Wickstrom (alternate)

Invictus X (The Granite Games)

Sam Dancer
Holden Rethwill
Margaux Alvarez
Kristi Eramo
Justin Ahrens (alternate)
Hayley Murillo (alternate)

Invictus Boston (CrossFit French Throwdown)

Tola Morakinyo
Craig Kenney
Kelsey iel
Kaitlyn Kassis
Royce Dunne (alternate)

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