CrossFit Krypton Takes Over At Granite Games Day 2

It was an event filled day for the Pro Teams at day 2 of the 2019 Granite Games. With 5 scored events worth of points up for grabs we knew we would see some incredible performances. 

 

At the end of the day, CrossFit Krypton featuring Alec Smith, Dani Speegle, Cody Mooney, and Jessica Griffith found itself on top of the leaderboard. The star-studded squad chalked up 5 top 5 finishes on day 2 giving them a 28 point lead heading into the final day.

 

On Krypton’s heels is team Invictus X with 1018 points. Invictus closed out day 2 in stunning fashion looking dominant as they swept the Quick Rope event for both the men and women pairs. Invictus X has continued to look better and better each event. Now they just need to carry that energy into the final day if they want to secure that CrossFit Games invite.

 

With the exception of 1 event, RPM Central beasts continued to make their presence known. They are currently in 3rd place overall with a 46 point advantage over 4th place. They claimed 1stplace on Couples Triplet B and 3rd place on the football field event Team Replacement. Central Beasts are just 38 points out for 1stand if the past 2 days have taught us anything it’s to not count this team out. 

 

The final day of Pro Team competition starts at 8AM CT Sunday with In-Sync.

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. 

Kari Pearce Shares 4 Nutrition Tips For 2020

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.

CrossFit Events To Watch In 2020

Your CrossFit calendar for next year is here.

Ben Smith Shares Keys To Recovering From Injuries

Outside of the results of the CrossFit Open, the headlines within the fitness community seem to be dominated by recent injuries of athletes both while training and away from the gym. James Newbury is recovering from a broken back and punctured lung. Sam Briggs suffered a leg injury while attempting Workout 20.4. Thuri Helgadottir also recently announced that she had been training with a type 2 SLAP lesion, which is damage of the labrum near the biceps.

Dani Speegle & The Business Of Making CrossFit A Career

Many of the people who live the CrossFit lifestyle do so as a way to enhance their overall lives and fulfill a personal desire to be their best. They find that training helps them live better lives personally, improve relationships, and even see improvement in results with their careers.

Grace: The Workout That's More Than A Workout

The 2020 Open is in full swing, and that has the attention of CrossFit fans around the world — for good reason. It’s the kickoff of another season that is sure to be exciting, to say the least. However, there is another event that will be taking place in various boxes and gyms that will have a significance all its own.

Does Success In The Open Mean Success At The Games?

The second Open of the year is about to take place. This version is for the 2019-20 season, and there is a lot of excitement and anticipation across the CrossFit community. Many athletes hope that they can earn their spot at the 2020 CrossFit Games and feel that being at the top of the leaderboard in the Open will make a big statement.

FloSports Rebrands, Launches Android App

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You may have noticed something different about FloElite this week… 

Mat Fraser Talks CrossFit Games Changes, CBD & Much More

The four-time champion talks winning, comparisons to Froning, recovery, and more.