All The 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games Qualifiers

The first weekend of the 2017 CrossFit Games Regionals is wrapped up with the South and East Regionals taking us through the first weekend. You can find a combined leaderboard, with all Regional athletes compared against each other, here. Here are all the qualified athletes and teams so far:

2017 CrossFit Games: Men


East Regional


  1. ​Mat Fraser
  2. Pat Vellner
  3. Tim Paulson (rookie)
  4. Cody Mooney (rookie)
  5. Michael Palomba (rookie)

South Regional


  1. ​Logan Collins
  2. Travis Williams
  3. Dakota Rager (rookie)
  4. Elijah Muhammad
  5. Tommy Vinas (rookie)

Pacific Regional


  1. ​James Newbury
  2. Ricky Garard (rookie)
  3. Rob Forte
  4. Zeke Grove
  5. Mitchell Sinnamon

California Regional


  1. ​Josh Bridges
  2. Garret Fisher
  3. Jason Carroll (rookie)
  4. Julian Alcarez (declined)
  5. Jeff Patzer (rookie)
  6. Wesley Rethwill (rookie)

Central Regional


  1. ​R. Paul Castillo (rookie)
  2. Streat Horner (rookie)
  3. Scott Panchik
  4. Alex Anderson
  5. Zak Carchedi

Meridian Regional


  1. ​Bjorgvin Karl Gudmundsson
  2. Jonne Koski
  3. Jason Smith (rookie)
  4. Lukas Esslinger
  5. Frederick Aegidius

Atlantic Regional


  1. ​Noah Ohlsen
  2. Alec Smith (rookie)
  3. Ben Smith
  4. Travis Mayer
  5. Ryan Elrod (rookie)

West Regional


  1. ​Brent Fikowksi
  2. Sam Kwant
  3. Cody Anderson
  4. Cole Sager
  5. George Sanchez (rookie)


2017 CrossFit Games: Women


East Regional


  1. ​Carol-Ann Reason-Thibault
  2. Katrin Davidsdottir
  3. Kari Pearce
  4. Dani Horan
  5. Chelsey Hughes (rookie)

South Regional


  1. ​Tennil Reed
  2. Camille Leblanc-Bazinet
  3. Margaux Alvarez
  4. Bethany Branham (rookie)
  5. Alexis Johnson

Pacific Regional


  1. ​Kara Webb
  2. Tia-Clair Toomey
  3. Alethea Boon
  4. Madeline Sturt
  5. Jessica Coughlan

California Regional


  1. ​Chyna Cho
  2. Kirsten Pedri
  3. Alessandra Pichelli
  4. Valerie Voboril
  5. Lauren Fisher

Central Regional


  1. ​Sara Sigmundsdottir
  2. Kristi Eramo
  3. Stacie Tovar
  4. Brooke Wells
  5. Jessica Griffith (rookie)

Meridian Regional


  1. ​Kristin Holte
  2. Sam Briggs
  3. Annie Thorisdottir
  4. Jamie Green (rookie)
  5. Thuri Helgadottir

Atlantic Regional


  1. ​Cassidy Lance-Mcwherter
  2. Emily Bridgers
  3. Mekenzie Riley (rookie)
  4. Whitney Gelin
  5. Anna Tobias

West Regional


  1. ​Carleen Mathews
  2. Regan Huckaby
  3. Emily Abbott
  4. Carly Fuhrer
  5. Casey Campbell (rookie)

2017 CrossFit Games: Teams


East Regional


  1. ​Team Back Bay
  2. Team CrossFit Milford
  3. Reebok CrossFit One
  4. CrossFit Queens
  5. Ocean States Finest

South Regional


  1. ​Wasatch Brutes
  2. Salt Lake City CF
  3. Bigg Friends
  4. CrossFit Omnia
  5. Pillar CrossFit

Pacific Regional


  1. ​Functional Strength
  2. Injustice Crew
  3. CrossFit East Tamaki
  4. Reebok CrossFit Frankston
  5. CrossFit Moorabbin

California Regional


  1. ​Norcal
  2. Invictus
  3. Endgame Athletics
  4. Bear Republic CrossFit
  5. CrossFit ASAP

Central Regional


  1. ​CrossFit Mayhem
  2. CrossFit 417
  3. OC3 Black
  4. Timberwolf CrossFit
  5. Maximus

Meridian Regional


  1. ​CrossFit JST
  2. CrossFit Fabriken
  3. CFXY
  4. Maxpuls Spartan
  5. CrossFit Reykjavik

Atlantic Regional


  1. ​12 Labours Lions
  2. Hustlehard CrossFit
  3. CrossFit Balance
  4. CrossFit Revamped
  5. 336 CrossFit

West Regional


  1. ​CrossFit Fort Vancouver
  2. Cascade CrossFit
  3. CrossFit Marysville
  4. Work Hard Live Fit
  5. Lane 5 Athletics

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Wodapalooza 2020 is officially a wrap. Let’s talk about what went down on the fourth and final day of competition and who’s walking away with the CrossFit Games invites. The Elite individuals and teams competed two events on the Sunday. The first event, ‘Down-Up,’ put athletes through a brutal couplet of heavy deadlifts and bar-facing burpees. The second and final event of the day, ‘Celebrate Life,’ was a chipper that required high-power output and sound strategy. 

Day 3 Wodapalooza Recap: Sager, Toomey & Mayhem Freedom Lead The Way

It’s hard to believe but we are already through three days of competition at Wodapalooza 2020. Just one day and two events remain before we find out who our 2020 Wodapalooza champions are and who will be earning their ticket to the 2020 CrossFit Games. While the elites only competed in two events today, a lot has happened during those three events that we need to recap heading into the final day. 

Sigmundsdottir, Williams & Mayhem Freedom Grab Leads Day 2 At Wodapalooza

We are four events and two days deep into Wodapalooza 2020 and the action has been nothing less than incredible. Just four points separate first place from second place in both the men and women’s divisions, and a margin of just two points separates first from second in the team division. While there are 34 divisions, four stages, and a million other things going on at Wodapalooza, we’re going to take a minute and focus on the Elite Individuals and Teams. 

Patrick Vellner Talks the Open, 2020 Wodapalooza & More

Patrick Vellner’s season couldn’t have started any better than it did at the 2020 CrossFit Open. He concluded the five weeks as the overall men’s champion. To have the qualification for the CrossFit Games wrapped up so quickly means he has options as to how he moves forward for the rest of the year.

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We are just a week away from kicking off Wodapalooza 2020 and to say we are getting excited around here is an understatement. With so many badasses coming to Miami to compete it can be hard to keep up with who to watch and what to keep your eyes open for, but relax — that’s why we’re here. 

Catching Up With Tia-Clair Toomey On 2020 Wodapalooza, Training & More

What separates great athletes from the rest of their field is their desire to stay on top and find that drive to keep competing even when they have nothing else to prove.

James Newbury Talks Confidence For CrossFit

The Australian athlete talks about the importance of mindset.

FloElite To Live Broadcast Leading CrossFit®, Inc. Sanctional™ Events

AUSTIN, Texas (January 23, 2020) - Today, FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, and Loud And Live Sports announced an expansion of their partnership heading into 2020. FloSports will exclusively stream the Loud And Live Sports events set to occur in the United States, Spain and Mexico. The partnership will bring live and on-demand content and coverage of five high-profile events to a global audience on FloElite. The multi-year deal will include the West Coast CrossFit® Classic, Madrid CrossFit® Championship (Spain) and the Mayan CrossFit® Classic (Mexico) in addition to the Wodapalooza CrossFit® Festival and the Granite Games for which the two had previously partnered. With a prize purse totaling nearly $1.3M USD, these five events have already attracted some of the top athletes within the sport including Tia-Claire Toomey, Patrick Vellner, Lauren Fisher, Noah Olsen, Brooke Wells, Ben Smith and Brent Fikowski among others. 

Why The Open Matters Now & Later

In case you missed the news earlier this week, the scores from the CrossFit Open are now official. The national champions have been crowned and the top 20 are now established. You can see the scores for yourself at the CrossFit leaderboard website. 

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Many people set fitness-related resolutions around the New Year, and a lot of those people will find their way to the local CrossFit gym with an abundance of motivation and a passion to improve. They will initially get pumped for every workout they go into because of the excitement that comes with getting stronger, faster, leaner, and better overall.