As with 2022 season, the top 10% of the Open participants and top 25% of team in each continent qualify for the Quarterfinals. The top 60 women, top 60 men and the top 40 teams in the North American East, North American West and European regions will proceed to the semifinals.
Can anyone compete in CrossFit Games?
Anyone who is at least 14 years old can sign up and join in the first stage of the CrossFit Games season with special divisions for teenagers, age groups, and adaptive athletes. The Open allows hundreds of thousands of individual athletes to quantify their performance and rank themselves with peers.
How much does it cost to compete in CrossFit Games?
Between food, plane tickets, housing, and even the registration fee at the Games, it can cost athletes and teams thousands, if not more than 10-grand in total.
What it takes to compete in CrossFit?
The open is 3 weeks long consisting of one workout or “test” a week. At this point in the competition, an athlete must be able to perform light to moderate weightlifting activities, relatively lower gymnastics skills and be able to display a decent amount of aerobic fitness.
How hard is it to make it to the CrossFit Games?
It's safe to say that if you're a male wanting to qualify for the Games, a 265lb+ snatch, a 315-335lb clean and jerk, a 415lb (likely more like 435lb+) back squat and a 455lb deadlift are your bare minimums needed to even be in contention for a ticket to Madison.
How do you validate open scores in CrossFit?
For the Open competition, judges may perform their duties at an affiliate by judging and confirming scores (i.e., signing the athlete's scorecard). Alternatively, judges are encouraged to watch tests online to review and score video submissions posted on the CrossFit Games leaderboard.