Trevor Bachmeyer Disqualified From Games Due To Cheating During The Open

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Edit: We've gotten our hands on the full video. Check it out above.

Trevor Bachmeyer, who finished the Open in first place worldwide in the Masters Men 40-44 and second in NorCal as an individual, has been disqualified from the 2017 CrossFit Games season and banned from competing in any CrossFit sanctioned event until April 11, 2021. 

According to The CrossFit Games, Bachmeyer's 17.3 submission was flagged. As a result, Bachmeyer's 17.5 video was requested, and that's where things got weird. During the review of Bachmeyer's 17.5, CrossFit's judges and video department determined that Bachmeyer had only done one round of 17.5 then looped the video to make it look like he did 10 rounds.

This is the first time an edited video submission has resulted in a disqualification for an athlete. In 2013, Josh Golden and Danielle Sidell's 13.2 score was invalidated after bad reps on his video submission, but other than those adjustments, we haven't seen any major shake ups due to video issues.

"Pocket Hercules" Naim Suleymanoglu Has Passed Away

George Long-USA TODAY NETWORK Naim Suleymanoglu (TUR) places first in the men's 60kg weightlifting event during the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games at Olympic Weightlifting Gymnasium.

Legendary weightlifter Naim Suleymanoglu, also known as Pocket Hercules, has passed away at the age of 50.

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FloTraining Workout of the Day 11/18/17

IWF Recommends New Individual Olympic Qualification Process

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With the recent controversy in clean competition being a heated topic of discussion in the weightlifting world as of late, it’s no surprise the IWF Sport Programme Commission (SPC) is taking action. 

FloTraining Workout of the Day 11/17/17

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FloTraining Workout of the Day 11/17/17

Could 2018 Be The Most Exciting Team Competition In Games History?

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Since Dave Castro’s big announcement after the 2017 Invitational, shrinking team size from six to four members, the margin of error has significantly decreased. Teams now have to make difficult decisions on who’s staying and who’s going. 

FloSports Weekly Viewing Guide: Nov. 14-Nov. 20

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In our weekly programming rundown, we highlight the best live coverage and original storytelling coming up across our network of sites. If you have Apple TV or Roku, you can watch all of these live events and documentaries on your TV at home. This week's slate of events is highlighted by the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships, which will be streamed live on FloTrack on Saturday, Nov. 19.

Invictus's New Free Book Reveals Unexpected Banned Substances

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Invictus recently published an ebook called "12 Banned Substances Every Athlete Needs To Know Before Competing," written by Invictus master coach Calvin Sun. The ebook provides athletes with information regarding unexpected banned substances that might be in commonly-used medicines or supplements. 

Get Motivated For 8 Weeks Of Sucky Workouts

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You're going to need some motivation to get through these gnarly workouts that Jacob Heppner has put together for you. 

Olympic Champion Kianoush Rostami (IRI) May Miss Worlds

Daniel Powers-USA TODAY Sports Kianoush Rostami (IRI) during the men's weightlifting 85kg final in the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games at Riocentro - Pavilion 2.

Olympic champion and Iranian weightlifter Kianoush Rostami has been refused a visa by the United States. 

FloTraining Workout of the Day 11/15/17

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FloTraining Workout of the Day 11/15/17