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West Coast CrossFit Classic is 11th Sanctional to Use CrossFit Open as Qualifier

Add the West Coast CrossFit Classic (WCCC) to the list of Sanctionals using the 2020 CrossFit Open as its online qualifier. The WCCC is not until March 2020, but athletes will qualify for the...
Noah Ohlsen at Wodapalooza 2015

ChallengeMe Hosts Wodapalooza Online Prize Challenge

The International Online Qualifier begins on August 21. For the elite athletes, the goal is to qualify to compete at one of the Sanctionals participating in the IOQ. But that does not mean athletes...
Thuri Helgadottir at the 2019 CrossFit Games.

2020 CrossFit Open Begins October 10

The 2019 CrossFit Games crowned the Fittest on Earth less than 24 hours ago, but it is already time to begin looking towards next season. The 2019-2020 CrossFit Games season begins with the CrossFit...
Jadzia Truszkowski. Photo via Instagra/@jadzik88

Jadzia Truszkowski Talks About 19.1 Penalty and Missing the Games

It has been several months since CrossFit HQ announced several penalties after reviewing the CrossFit Open video submissions. One of the athletes caught up in the penalties was Jadzia Truszkowski. After 19.5, Truszkowski was...

Shake Up on the Open Leaderboard Following Video Review

CrossFit HQ has completed their review of video submissions of those in or near the Top 20 worldwide in the Open. After requesting videos from 19.1 and 19.3, CrossFit HQ assessed penalties on 11...
Jean-Simon Roy-Lemaire, via Instagram

Interview with Top 5 Open Finisher Jean-Simon Roy-Lemaire

Jean-Simon Roy-Lemaire will be making his first CrossFit Games appearance, pending video review of 19.1 and 19.3. Roy-Lemaire finished 5th worldwide in the 2019 CrossFit Open and is currently the Canadian National Champion. Under...
Jonne Koski wins 19.4 CrossFit Open.

Jonne Koski Edges Out Mat Fraser For 19.4 Victory

Jonne Koski is the official winner of 19.4. Koski's video was reviewed by CrossFit and has been validated, earning him $2,019 for the worldwide victory. Koski's time of 8:03 beat out Mat Fraser (watch...
Kari Pearce wins 19.4 of the 2019 CrossFit Open.

Kari Pearce Wins 19.4 After Anna Fragkou’s Score Was Penalized

Anna Fragkou (Greece) was atop the Open leaderboard for 19.4, the snatch/burpee/bar muscle-up workout, until this weekend. Fragkou posted a time of 8:32 for the fastest time in the world, but CrossFit assessed a...
Mat Fraser and Noah Ohlsen during the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 CrossFit Games. Photo courtesy of CrossFit Inc.

Who Has Qualified for the CrossFit Games So Far?

The 2019 CrossFit Open is over and video submissions for the top athletes have been submitted. CrossFit HQ will be reviewing the videos throughout April and official invitations for National Champions and the next...
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Could You Qualify for the CrossFit Games from Tanzania or Mozambique?

This year to qualify for the CrossFit Games an athlete must finish inside the top 20 worldwide or be the national champion in his or her country. And while the top 20 (outside of...