2018 Kill Cliff Granite Games: Day 2 Recap, Results, & More

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With only one day of competition remaining, Travis Mayer and Colleen Fotsch are your men's and women's pro individual leaders. 

Mayer, of course, was your Day 1 leader, and the CrossFit Passion star managed to retain his lead, while Fotsch took advantage of the tightly packed women's leaderboard from Day 1 to launch into first place.

Watch the 2018 Granite Games LIVE on FloElite! 

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Results: Anthony Davis Steals The Show

Mayer may be winning, but yesterday in St. Cloud it was Anthony Davis who stole the show. 

Davis, who currently sits in fourth place in the men's pro individual division, absolutely rocked the house with a record-setting, unreal 325 snatch. We've probably watched it 1,000 times and we aren't stopping anytime soon.

Here are the top 10 in the men’s and women’s individual pro as well as the men’s and women’s pro teams. For the complete results all divisions, click here.

Female Pro Individuals

PlaceNamePoints
1Colleen Fotsch544
2Chantelle Loehner519
3Hayley Murillo502
4Andrea Swenson496.5
5Lindsey Valenzuela480
6Sarah Viets476.5
7Taylor Streid472
8Amanda Goodman459
9Carleen Mathews458
10Alison Stall450.5

Male Pro Individuals

PlaceNamePoints
1Travis Mayer542.5
2Streat Hoerner524
3Samuel Cournoyer502.5
4Anthony Davis500.5
5Luke Schafer496
6Jeff Evans487.5
7Benjamin Johnson478
8Taylor Self472.5
9Blair Chapman467
10Vincent Buttitta453

Female Pro Teams

PlaceNamePoints
1Jen, Cassidy, & Jess1176
2NOBULL1130
3Invictus1116
4Southeast Beasts Powered By Chike1100
5Two Misfits & A Mere1094
6Fondly Brewed998
7Team SPSL985
8Girls from the South928
9Bluegrass Fillies901
10FitAID Midwest874

Male Pro Teams

PlaceNamePoints
1Team Simply Pre1304
2Invictus X1273
3Team Regicide1246
4Bearkomplex Team Pink1229
5Fittist1101
6417Bros1093
7Threat Level midnight1083
8Rise1016
9Frozen Tundra1000
10San Diego's Finest998

Top 3 Social Media Posts, Including The 325 Snatch

1. There is no beating this 325-pound snatch . . . 

2. Not gonna lie: I won't be trying this at home



3. Behold your leaders



Complete Day 1 Archives & Day 2 Updating

Another great day of fitness out in St. Cloud today. If you missed any of the action then you can check out the updating archives here. Archives from the full competition of Day 1 and 2 are available now. Just for a taste, check out the pro individual men's snatch below, in which Davis rocks the 325:

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