2017 Reebok CrossFit Games Payouts: The Men

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The 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games have wrapped up in Madison, Wisconsin, and some of these athletes have taken home big checks. Here's the breakdown of payouts for men from the 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games:

  1. ​Mat Fraser: $308,000
  2. Brent Fikowski: $109,000
  3. Ricky Garard: $76,000
  4. Patrick Vellner: $51,000
  5. Noah Ohlsen: $31,000
  6. Bjorgvin Karl Gudmundsson: $26,000
  7. Scott Panchik: $26,000
  8. Ben Smith: $23,000
  9. Alex Anderson: $22,000
  10. Jonne Koski: $23,000
  11. Jason Smith: $15,000
  12. Logan Collins: $17,000
  13. Travis Mayer: $14,000
  14. Garret Fisher: $14,000
  15. Streat Hoerner: $12,000
  16. Cody Anderson: $10,000
  17. Cole Sager: $8,000
  18. Cody Mooney: $7,000
  19. Lukas Esslinger: $6,000
  20. Tim Paulson: $5,000
  21. Sam Kwant
  22. George Sanchez: $3,000
  23. Dakota Rager: $4,000
  24. Travis Williams: $2,000
  25. Frederick Aegidius
  26. Rob Forte
  27. James Newbury
  28. Paul Castillo
  29. Jason Carroll
  30. Josh Bridges: $2,000
  31. Zak Carchedi
  32. Michael Palomba
  33. Tommy Vinas: $2,000
  34. Zeke Grove
  35. Jeff Patzer
  36. Elijah Muhammad
  37. Alec Smith
  38. Wesley Rethwill
  39. Mitchell Sinnamon

Compared to the men's payouts last year, Fraser made another $16,000 while Fikowski nearly doubled his earnings from $55,000 to $109,000. Here's the full list of prize money and how it's earned. Here's the women's payouts for 2017 as well.

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