Team CrossFit Krypton Win The 2019 Granite Games Team Championship

Alec Smith, Cody Mooney, and Jessica Griffith have proven that great things happen when they come together and with the addition of Dani Speegle to their team this weekend, CrossFit Krypton looked unstoppable. 

 

With only 2 event finishes outside the top 5, Krypton amassed 1598 points putting them 40 points ahead of 2nd place team Invictus X. 

 

Team Invictus X put on quite the show on the last day of competition to lock up their 2nd place finish. They took the top time on the Sprinting Worm event and then battle it out on Last Call to grab the 2nd best time.

 

Given that Dani Speegle has qualified for the 2019 CrossFit Games through the Open and the rest of CrossFit Krypton has a team invite through Wodapalooza, it’s possible that Invictus X has secured an invite to the 2019 Games. However, nothing is official until CrossFit HQ issues invites. 

 

RPM Central Beasts finished up in 3rd place after some incredible performances over the weekend. The Beasts started the final day with a strong 5th place finish in both the In-Sync event and Sprinting Worm, and they finished with a 3rd place finish on Last Call to secure a podium appearance. 

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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Mat Fraser Talks CrossFit Games Changes, CBD & Much More

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

Fraser, Toomey & Mayhem Continue Their Dominance At The CrossFit Games

Although we took a very different path to get here, this year’s CrossFit Games have yielded the same end result: Fraser, Toomey, and CrossFit Mayhem stand atop the podium. 

Day 3 At The Games: Ohlsen Holds Off The Champ, Toomey Continues Her March

Cuts, cuts, cuts, and more cuts. Day 3 at the 2019 CrossFit Games started with some heartbreak as fans watched many of their favorites fail to make the cut to the top 10 after the Sprint event.

Top 3 Men To Watch At The 2019 CrossFit Games

We are just days away from finding out who 2019’s Fittest Man on Earth will be, so before competition kicks off in Madison, let’s take a look at the three top athletes on the men’s side. 

Top 3 Women To Watch At The 2019 CrossFit Games

After a new and hectic 2019 CrossFit season we are finally here, just a handful of days away from the 2019 CrossFit Games. With all the changes to the season and sanctionals happening every other week, you may be wondering who is going to the Games and who exactly has a chance at making the podium, so in an effort to clear up any confusion, here are our picks for the top three women to watch at the 2019 Games.

Breaking Down The 2019 CrossFit Games Scoring

The 2018 CrossFit Games featured 40 men and 40 women who competed to find out who the Fittest on Earth would be. 2019 will be completely different. This year there will be 148 men and 134 women from around the world who will attempt to win that same title. There will also be 14 teams in Madison. That is a lot of athletes.

James Newbury Is Training Harder Than Ever Ahead Of 2019 CrossFit Games

When you watch the CrossFit Games, you’re seeing the elite athletes in the world in action as they compete to find out who the “Fittest on Earth” really is. While it is a competition, it’s also a stage that allows athletes to promote the sport as well as their own personal brand.