There Might Be Five Torn Pecs So Far Out Of 2017 CrossFit Games Regionals

Kyle Cant, Corey Lunney, Christian Harris, and Chase Smith all seemed to suffer torn pecs during Regionals Event 2 today. Earlier this week, Alex Vigneault tore his pec while practicing Event 2

While there is no official word on their injuries, each of them fell off the rings clutching their pecs in the same way. 

Chase Smith tears his pec in Event 2


Christian Harris tears his pec on Event 2

Unfortunately, injuries are common among all competitions, and it's difficult to say exactly what could cause these injuries. Regional athletes are known to practice events multiple times before their competitions come up. It's possible the volume of practice reps in a short window combined with the lack of work in that area through the rest of the year could put the pecs in a compromised position, but that's impossible to say for sure.

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The Pro division faced just two events on day 3, On The Rope 2.0 and Bear Press. With minimal points available to move the needle, athletes looking to climb the leaderboard had to bring their A game.

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Mayer & Beamer Lead The Way At Granite Games Day 2

Reigning Granite Games champion Travis Mayer made it clear he was competing to protect his crown. Mayer took seventh place on the trail run, first place on the hill sprint, and third on the clean ladder during day 1. The Games veteran knows the key to a successful weekend is consistency and continued his solid event finishes on day 2, taking sixth on the go for broke chipper and seventh place on the longest mile 2.0.