On to the Games: 2018 CrossFit Games Regionals Week 3 Recap

With this weekend’s epic conclusion, we now know who’s officially moving on the to 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games in Madison, Wisconsin.

It seems like only yesterday the 2018 CrossFit Open was kicking off, and now we’ve already made it through the three CrossFit Games qualifying Regionals weekends. This year, there were more than a handful of legendary performances, and fortunately, we didn’t see many occasions of injuries or setbacks.

This weekend’s CrossFit Regionals groups came in the form of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Meridian divisions. These three groups were loaded with weathered and elite athletes, so each group was a showdown until the very final day.

For those who missed our first two week’s recaps and who topped their divisions, then you can check them out below.

In this week’s recap below, we’ve included the top five male and female competitors individual divisions (four from Meridian) below, along with the top qualifying teams.

Atlantic CrossFit Regional

Atlantic Regional Men Atlantic Regional Women
1. Noah Ohlsen 1. Cassidy Lance-McWherter
2. John Coltey 2. Emily Bridgers
3. Ben Smith 3. Mekenzie Riley
4. Alec Smith 4. Whitney Gelin
5. Ethan Helbig 5. Paige Semenza


Top 5 Atlantic Teams

  • Team Soul
  • Raw Training
  • CrossFit Balance 
  • Dwala Rangers
  • Hustlehard CrossFit

Pacific CrossFit Regional

Pacific Regional Men Pacific Regional Women
1. James Newbury 1. Tia-Clair Toomey
2. Dean Linder-Leighton 2. Kara Saunders
3. Khan Porter 3. Justine Beath
4. Royce Dunne 4. Courtney Haley
5. Zeke Grove 5. Madeline Sturt


Top 5 Pacific Teams

  • Reebok CrossFit Frankston
  • Schwartz’s CrossFit Melbourne
  • CrossFit 121
  • CrossFit Athletic
  • CrossFit East Tamaki

Meridian CrossFit Regional

Meridian Regional Men Meridian Regional Women
1. Rasmus Andersen 1. Jamie Greene
2. Elliot Simmonds 2. Lauren Fisher
3. Lukas Esslinger 3. Oddrun Eik Gylfadottir
4. Willy Georges 4. Stephanie Chung


Top 4 Meridian Teams

  • CF Riviera Team
  • Cape CrossFit Wolkpack
  • CrossFit Valley Road
  • CrossFit Norte Redondela

Two months; that’s all that remains between now and the 2018 CrossFit Games. This year’s roster is looking as stacked as ever, so it’s going to be exciting watching these athletes prep for this year’s conclusion to another great 2018 CrossFit season.

Feature images (left) from @cassidy_lancemchwerter Instagram page, photo taken by @flsportsguy and (right) from @nohlsen Instagram page, photo taken by @supercleary.