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The 2015 CrossFit Open is Over…Now What?

There’s no question that for the last five weeks, most of the CrossFit community has placed its focus on the Open. For 95% of the athletes in this sport, the Open serves as our Games—so we treat e

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5 Interesting Facts From the CrossFit Games Leaderboard—Week 4

1. Annie Thorisdottir is back Iceland Annie made her competitive return to CrossFit last year after injuring her back during the 2013 season, removing her from contention to compete at the Games. Demo

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Kristin King: 180 Reps on CrossFit Open Workout 15.4

Kristin King currently has the top score in the world with 180 total reps. Here’s her video:

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After 18 Year Retirement, Olympic Weightlifting Veteran & Team USA Coach Daniel Camargo Returns to Competition

It’s not often that an athlete makes a competitive return to a sport after 18 years in retirement, but that’s exactly what Daniel Camargo, a 24-year veteran of Olympic Weightlifting, did this past

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How to Set Up the Tape for 15.4

The handstand push-up (HSPU) finally made its long-awaited debut in the CrossFit Open last night, albeit with some specialized attention. All the bodyweight ninjas and fans of Diane (21-15-9 deadlifts

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Avoiding a ‘No Rep': Thrusters

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6 Interesting Facts from the CrossFit Games Leaderboard—Week 3

1. Fraser takes the lead There’s been a close battle between Rich Froning and Mat Fraser for 1st place overall in the men’s leaderboard, but with Fraser finishing 3rd in the world for 15.3 (628 re

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How to Be an Effective Judge during the Crossfit Open

Judges are as integral to the success of CrossFit as a sport as the athletes and workouts themselves. You can’t have one without the other, and during the Open everyone has the opportunity to be a j

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Natalie Newhart’s Score Adjusted for 15.2

Natalie Newhart, who had originally posted the highest score in 15.2 with 441 reps, has had her score penalized. Her score was 14 reps higher than runner-up Camille Leblanc-Bazinet’s, but after revi

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