Katrin Davidsdottir and Streat Hoerner Top Elite Leaderboard at Wodapalooza

Familiar names sit atop of the 2018 Wodapalooza elite leaderboard. This year’s Wodapalooza Fitness Fesitval took place from January 11th-14th, and brought out some of CrossFit’s best athletes. Over the course of Friday-Sunday, athletes competed in nine WODs in the effort to be crowned Wodapalooza Champion.

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Elite Individual Women

For the women, Katrin Davidsdottir found herself in first after a commanding performance all weekend. She earned first in three of the nine events, and never finished outside of tenth place. Check out the top five finishers in the Elite Individual Women’s category.

1. Kartin Davidsdottir
2. Kari Pearce
3. Mekenzie Reily
4. Chantelle Loehner
5. Bethany Shadburne

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Elite Individual Men

On the men’s side of the competition, a new Wodapalooza champion was crowned. Streat Hoerner edged out Dakota Rager by a very close 5 points to seal his first place title. At the 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games, Hoerner finished in 14th place. Check out the individual men’s top five below.

1. Streat Hoerner
2. Dakota Rager
3. Garret Fisher
4. Tim Paulson
5. Luke Schafer

Elite Men’s & Women’s Team

The Elite Men’s and Women’s teams also had plenty of excitement behind them, and the men’s teams came down to a nail biting finale. In the Barbells for Boobs workout finale, Team Quebec was able to hold off TTTW to keep them in first with a slim four point lead.

1. Team Quebec
2. TTTW
3. 5STAR4MULA

The women’s teams weren’t nearly as close all weekend, as Team Progenex finished with a 56 point gap between them and second place. This team was made up of some of CrossFit’s best female competitors including Chyna Cho, Lauren Fisher, and Emily Bridgers.

1. Team Progenex
2. Maybe Team Ten
3. Invictus

Feature image from @wodapalooza Instagram page taken by @jblaisphoto. 

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