Athletes Qualified for the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games: Full List

Full list of the 148 men, 134 women, and 14 teams and how they qualified.

There are 148 men, 134 women, and 14 teams set to compete at the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games. The Reebok CrossFit Games competition kicks off on August 1st and runs through August 4th in Madison, Wisconsin.

Watch the Reebok CrossFit Games live on BarBend, our Facebook page, and YouTube channel. BarBend will be live streaming the four days of competition, as well as giving color commentary and analysis. Follow along!

Invitations to the Reebok CrossFit Games have been awarded to athletes and teams through various competitions and titles this year. 236 athletes earned spots by being named National Champions by way of the Open, and the rest of the athletes punched their ticket through making the Top 20 list in the 2019 Open, CrossFit Sanctionals™ wins, and wild card invites.

Find out below how all of the 282 athletes, plus 14 teams found their way to the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games.

[Related news: The first few Sanctionals™ events took place before the official list of National Champions came out, so CrossFit HQ later announced additional invitations that were sent out to athletes. As you will see below, several National Champions won Sanctionals™ competitions, which meant the invite went down the leaderboard to the next available athlete (or team).]

List of Athletes Who Qualified as A National Champion:

Country Division Athlete Open Rank
Afghanistan Men Sami Salampur 26,699
Algeria Women Nadia Ouyahia 41,945
Algeria Men Chaker Alouni 4,030
Andorra Women Miriam Torra Sola 9,760
Andorra Men Enric Closa 1,839
Angola Women Inara Lopes 12,143
Angola Men Marco Almeida 2,588
Argentina Women Melina Rodriguez 40
Argentina Men Agustin Richelme 50
Australia Women Tia-Clair Toomey 6
Australia Men Bayden Brown 17
Austria Women Vanessa Wagner 95
Austria Men Christoph Koerner 170
Azerbaijan Women Sima Huseynova 16,574
Azerbaijan Men Zeynal Zeynalov 9,384
Bahamas Women Chanelle Munroe 36,660
Bahamas Men David Morley 11,225
Bahrain Women Aysha Saeed 8,522
Bahrain Men Majid Al Sharaf 2,061
Barbados Women Kira Oliver 2,488
Barbados Men Richy Jordan 7,646
Belarus Women Tatiana Diakou 1,938
Belarus Men Nikita Yundov 384
Belgium Women Carmen Bosmans 55
Belgium Men Alban Dubois 548
Belize Women Cricel Castillo 2,428
Belize Men Vernon Neal 3,600
Bolivia Women Martha Berrocal 329
Bolivia Men J. Rodrigo Agreda 1,278
Bosnia and Herzegovina Women Ksenija Kecman 2,056
Bosnia and Herzegovina Men Dorde Duric 692
Botswana Women Cingiwe Ciegy Seru 17,568
Botswana Men Katlego Kgwadi 41,833
Brazil Women Renata Pimentel 46
Brazil Men Guilherme Malheiros 112
Brunei Darussalam Women Nina Juna 3,303
Brunei Darussalam Men Kamarul Ariffin 5,256
Bulgaria Women Ralitza Koterlitzova 570
Bulgaria Men Stavri Stavrev 925
Cambodia Women Sreymao Po 46,859
Cambodia Men Kobe Khy 17,566
Canada Women Carol-Ann Reason-Thibault 10
Canada Men Jean-Simon Roy-Lemaire 5
Chile Women Simona Quintana 131
Chile Men Piero Gorichon 258
China Women Tsai-Jui Hung 805
China Men Ant Haynes 123
Colombia Women Maria Camila Quintero 478
Colombia Men Bryan Hernández 478
Costa Rica Women Marisol Umana 1,009
Costa Rica Men William Sanchez 533
Croatia Women Tamara Zulim 1,044
Croatia Men Augustin Vilicnik 1,018
Cyprus Women Thelma Christoforou 87
Cyprus Men Achilleas Pantazis 583
Czech Republic Women Sona Karaskova 170
Czech Republic Men David Stroupek 523
Denmark Women Julie Hougård Nielsen 34
Denmark Men Frederik Aegidius 18
Djibouti Men Pending 69,458
Dominican Republic Women Sheerly Bueno Reyes 1,467
Dominican Republic Men Eusebio Aldano 1,792
Ecuador Women Andrea Rodriguez 1,008
Ecuador Men Sebastian Rodriguez 1,075
Egypt Women Aya Fouad 647
Egypt Men Mohamed Elomda 767
El Salvador Women Patricia Trujillo 6,554
El Salvador Men Rodrigo Beltran 6,669
Estonia Women Anastassia Psenitsnaja 1,606
Estonia Men Mihkel Keldoja 3,450
Finland Women Emilia Leppanen 44
Finland Men Jonne Koski 35
France Women Carole Castellani 57
France Men Willy Georges 33
Germany Women Lisa Eble 168
Germany Men Joshua Wichtrup 69
Ghana Men Edem Ahiaku 35,373
Greece Women Anna Fragkou 714
Greece Men Lefteris Theofanidis 4
Guatemala Women Vera Valdez 673
Guatemala Men Marlon Azurdia 456
Guyana Women Delice Adonis 8,422
Guyana Men Dillon Mahadeo 7,144
Honduras Women Karen Gabriela Perez Rivas 554
Honduras Men Franky Wood 1,814
Hungary Women Laura Horvath 234
Hungary Men Gábor Török 84
Iceland Women Ragnheiður Sara Sigmundsdottir 1
Iceland Men Björgvin Karl Guðmundsson 2
India Women Sanjana Sivasalapathi 846
India Men Vedharth Thappa 2,085
Indonesia Women Citra Ramaniya 2,674
Indonesia Men Mahendra Arditirta 6,114
Iran Women AJ Ra 3,590
Iran Men Payam Saljoughian 4,241
Iraq Men Mustafa El-Lari 20,658
Ireland Women Emma McQuaid 15
Ireland Men Michael Smith 161
Israel Women Nicole Pettel 410
Israel Men Yuval Regev 216
Italy Women Alessandra Pichelli 21
Italy Men Stefano Migliorini 108
Jamaica Women Amy Cheung 18,944
Jamaica Men Sion Brinn 5,986
Japan Women Akiko Kamitani 897
Japan Men Shingo Moromasa 705
Jordan Women Dema Al Zebdieh 1,447
Jordan Men Amin Attallah 746
Kazakhstan Women Zhibek Kurmasheva 4,277
Kazakhstan Men Valentin Zhukov 839
Kenya Women Sheena Miller 7,635
Kenya Men Jeremy Mghenyi 8,073
Korea, Republic of Women Heidi Choi 633
Korea, Republic of Men JiMoo Son 207
Kosovo Men Robert Berisha 5,347
Kuwait Women Hajer Jamal 4,273
Kuwait Men Khalid Aljarallah 1,688
Latvia Women Krista Kraskura 2,154
Latvia Men Uldis Upenieks 7
Lebanon Women Danielle Shanine 3,815
Lebanon Men Moustafa Awada 2,448
Lithuania Women Vilija Teel 5,238
Lithuania Men Arminas Balevicius 113
Luxembourg Women Jacky Schmitt 1,762
Luxembourg Men Connor Nellans 375
Macedonia Women Viki Ristoska 9,959
Macedonia Men Darko Tasevski 5,326
Madagascar Women Laura Decampe 10,500
Madagascar Men Ratsimbazafy Michael 6,572
Malaysia Women Amira Ayob 5,520
Malaysia Men Edmund Tan 5,380
Malta Women Jessica Borg Ghigo 670
Malta Men Daryl Borg 6,910
Mauritius Women Melanie Yip Woon Sun 33,324
Mauritius Men Jean-Marc Laventure 24,508
Mexico Women Brenda Castro 156
Mexico Men Darwin Perez 120
Morocco Women Sanaa Mandar 8,114
Morocco Men Karim El Hlimi 2,719
Mozambique Women Zaida Amade 67,012
Mozambique Men Pack Santos 65,947
Namibia Women Lara Erlank 1,011
Namibia Men Volker Hansen 8,177
Netherlands Women Leonie Henrich 111
Netherlands Men Sam Lubben 466
New Zealand Women Jamie Greene 4
New Zealand Men Luke Fiso 83
Nicaragua Women Fernanda Saavedra 1,579
Nicaragua Men Arturocesar Mora 2,304
Nigeria Women Jennifer Okpolua 14,715
Nigeria Men Uyi Nosa Osawe 1,794
Norway Women Kristin Holte 3
Norway Men Nicolay Billaudel 223
Oman Women Pasent Medhat 3,050
Oman Men Aslam Al Shukaili 9,805
Pakistan Women Mishka Murad 30,197
Pakistan Men Bilal Tariq 9,258
Palestinian Territory Women Marian Khoury 14,239
Palestinian Territory Men Hamzeh Tarefi 579
Panama Women Luaneth Alveo 1,511
Panama Men Alvaro Lopez 1,749
Paraguay Women Carol Colling-Romero 652
Paraguay Men Diego Kemper 931
Peru Women Sofia Bermeo 475
Peru Men Jovaldo Miranda 812
Philippines Women Kristen Lim 459
Philippines Men Justin Hernandez 1,263
Poland Women Gabriela Migała 30
Poland Men Bartek Lipka 29
Portugal Women Sara Pinto 250
Portugal Men Joao Ferreira 336
Qatar Women Pending 15,768
Qatar Men Khalid Alhamadi 25,292
Romania Women Oana Catalina Chelmus 217
Romania Men Severin Irimia 487
Russian Federation Women Anastasiya Ganina 106
Russian Federation Men Aleksandar Ilin 46
Saint Lucia Men Heskeith Flavien 26,056
Samoa Women MariaNive Clark 7,605
Samoa Men Daniel Rankin 1,024
San Marino Women Marika Marzi 16,767
San Marino Men Davide Zonzini 4,525
Saudi Arabia Women Amal Alshahrani 7,338
Saudi Arabia Men Hussain Saeedi 5,475
Senegal Men Mody Traore 32,606
Serbia Women Tamara Trumbetaš 2,239
Serbia Men Lazar Đukić 162
Singapore Women Landy Pui Boon Eng 2,161
Singapore Men Ian Wee 3,313
Slovakia Women Karin Freyová 12
Slovakia Men Erik Toth 192
Slovenia Women Urska Breznik 6,445
Slovenia Men Aleks Koštomaj 1,196
South Africa Women Dina Swift 274
South Africa Men Jason Smith 70
Spain Women Sara Alicia Fernandez Costas 72
Spain Men Alexander Anasagasti 174
Sri Lanka Women Keshini Vitharana 16,272
Sri Lanka Men Andy Andrews 15,705
Suriname Women Ava Zalman 10,926
Suriname Men Raveendath Bajnath 12,380
Sweden Women Camilla Salomonsson Hellman 27
Sweden Men Lukas Högberg 21
Switzerland Women Alessia Joy Wälchli 113
Switzerland Men Adrian Mundwiler 54
Syrian Arab Republic Women Pending 12,668
Syrian Arab Republic Men Abdul Ghani Saad Aldin 10,941
Tajikistan Men Bahodur Kamilov 12,792
Tanzania Men Pending 89,086
Thailand Women Uracha Teerawanitsan 893
Thailand Men Ben Santhudkijkarn 4,736
Tonga Men Andre Alipate 42,612
Trinidad and Tobago Women Lyndsay Murray 5,875
Trinidad and Tobago Men Mattheaus Otero 2,682
Tunisia Women Jessica Sanki 3,447
Tunisia Men Marzougui Mootez 2,644
Turkey Women Neyran Guneli 1,723
Turkey Men Ates Boran 550
Ukraine Women Ganna Almazova 143
Ukraine Men Oleksandr Shkoliarenko 272
United Arab Emirates Women Shingo Moromasa 1,234
United Arab Emirates Men Mahmood Shalan 392
United Kingdom Women Samantha Briggs 20
United Kingdom Men Elliot Simmonds 37
United States Women Dani Speegle 5
United States Men Mathew Fraser 1
Uruguay Women Victoria Frascolla 1,066
Uruguay Men Santiago Comba 570
Venezuela Women Laura Gonzalez-Marin 121
Venezuela Men Omar Martinez 110
Viet Nam Women Trang Nguyen 19,901
Viet Nam Men Keith Nhan 28,563
Zambia Women Pending 22,770
Zambia Men Pending 16,989
Zimbabwe Women Denise Tryon 611
Zimbabwe Men Jean-Claude Jardim 1,208

List of Athletes Who Qualified Through Top 20

2019 Open Leaderboard (Men)

*= Top 20 

1 Mathew Fraser USA Nat’l Champ
2 Bjorgvin Karl Gudmundsson Iceland Nat’l Champ
3 *Jacob Heppner USA Top 20
4 Lefteris Theofanidis Greece Nat’l Champ
5 Jean-Simon Roy Lemaire Canada Nat’l Champ
6 *Cole Sager USA Top 20
7 Uldis Upenieks Latvia Nat’l Champ
8 *George Sterner USA Top 20
9 *Samuel Cournoyer Canada Top 20
10 *Richard Froning Jr. USA Top 20
11 *Scott Panchik USA Top 20
12 *Jason Carroll USA Top 20
13 *Zachery Buntin USA Top 20
14 *Travis Mayer USA Top 20
14 *Streat Hoerner USA Top 20
16 *Richard Castillo USA Top 20
17 Bayden Brown Australia Nat’l Champ
17 Frederik Aegidius Denmark Nat’l Champ
19 *Samuel Kwant USA Top 20
20 *Simon Mantyla Sweden Top 20
21 Lukas Hogberg Sweden Nat’l Champ
22 *Logan Collins USA Top 20
23 *Eric Carmody USA Top 20
24 *Casper Gammelmark Denmark Top 20
25 *Alex Vigneault Canada Top 20
26 *Jeffrey Adler Canada Top 20
27 *Devin Ford USA Top 20
27 *Dean Linder-Leighton Australia Top 20

[Related news: Devin Ford, a six-time East Regional athlete made the Top 20, but has declined his invitation to the Games]

2019 Open Leaderboard (Women) 

* = Top 20 

1 Ragnheidur Sara Sigmundsdottir Iceland Nat’l Champ
2 *Annie Thorisdottir Iceland Top 20
3 Kristin Holte Norway Nat’l Champ
4 Jamie Greene New Zealand Nat’l Champ
5 Dani Speegle USA Nat’l Champ
6 *Brooke Wells USA Top 20
6= Tia-Clair Toomey Australia Nat’l Champ
8 *Karissa Pearce USA Top 20
9 *Amanda Barnhart USA Top 20
10 Carol-Ann Reason-Thibault Canada Nat’l Champ
11 *Mekenzie Riley USA Top 20
12 Karin Freyova Slovakia Nat’l Champ
13 *Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir Iceland Top 20
14 *Caryolyne Prevost Canada Top 20
15 Emma Mcquaid Ireland Nat’l Champ
16 *Danielle Brandon USA Top 20
17 *Mckenzie Flinchum USA Top 20
18 *Brooke Haas USA Top 20
19 *Alexis Johnson USA Top 20
20 Samantha Briggs United Kingdom Nat’l Champ
21 Alessandra Pichelli Italy Nat’l Champ
22 *Jacqueline Dahlstrom Norway Top 20
23 *Chantelle Loehner USA Top 20
24 *Feeroozeh Saghafi USA Top 20
25 *Tasia Percevecz USA Top 20
26 Kristi Eramo USA Top 20
27 Camilla Salomonsson Hellman Sweden Nat’l Champ
28 *Katie Trombetta USA Top 20
29 *Carrie Beamer USA Top 20
30 Gabriela Migala Poland Nat’l Champ
31 *Katelin Van Zyl Australia Top 20
32 *Hayley Adams USA Top 20

List of Athletes Who Qualified Through Sanctionals™ 

Dubai CrossFit Championships

Recap: 2019 Dubai CrossFit Championships 

USA Men *Roman Khrennikov 5th place
USA Women Bethany Shadburne 7th place

[*Related news: Roman Khrennikov Forced to Withdraw from Reebok CrossFit Games, USA’s Connor Duddy Gets the Invite]

Wodapalooza CrossFit Championships 

Recap: Wodapalooza CrossFit Championships 

USA Women Taylor Streid 9th place
USA Men Noah Ohlsen 3rd place

Australian CrossFit Championship

Recap: Australian CrossFit Championship

Australia Women Maddie Sturt 2nd place
Australia Men James Newbury 1st place

CrossFit Fittest In Capetown

Recap: CrossFit Fittest In Capetown

South Africa Women Michelle Merand 5th
USA Men Sean Sweeney 1st place

CrossFit Strength in Depth

Recap: CrossFit Strength in Depth

Sweden Women Emma Tall 5th place
Poland Men Bronislaw Olenkowicz 1st place

Mid-Atlantic CrossFit Challenge 

Recap: Mid-Atlantic CrossFit Challenge 

USA Women Meg Reardon 1st place
USA Men John-Paul Hethcock 1st place

CrossFit Italian Showdown

Recap: CrossFit Italian Showdown

USA Women Erin Vandendriessche 1st place
Switzerland Men Lukas Esslinger 4th place

[Related news: Roman Khrennikov Forced to Withdraw from Reebok CrossFit Games]

Asia CrossFit Championship

Recap: Asia CrossFit Championship

Iceland Women Oddrun Eik Gylfadóttir 2nd place
Canada Men Brent Fikowski 1st place

The Reykjavik CrossFit Championship

Recap: The Reykjavik CrossFit Championship

Sweden Women Hanna Karlsson 5th place
USA Men Saxon Panchik  4th place

[Related news: CrossFit Athletes Hinrik Ingi Óskarsson and Elly Kabboord Test Positive For Banned Substance]

Brazil CrossFit Championship

Recap: Brazil CrossFit Championship

USA Women Paige Semenza 2nd place
USA Men Will Moorad 1st place

Down Under CrossFit Championship

Recap: Down Under CrossFit Championship 

New Zealand Women Alethea Boon 4th place
Australia Men Matt Mcleod 1st place

ROGUE Invitational

Recap: ROGUE Invitational 

USA Women Rachel Garibay 11th place
USA  Men Chandler Smith 5th place

[Related news: Jason Khalipa and Samantha Briggs Dominate Legends Division At Rogue Invitational]

The CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown

Recap: The CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown

Sweden Women Alice Mille 1st place
USA  Men Ryan Sowder  1st place

[Related news: CrossFit HQ Grants Hunter McIntyre A WildCard Invitation to the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games]

The Granite Games

Recap: The Granite Games

Canada Women Emily Rolfe 1st place
USA  Men Nick Bloch  3rd place

CrossFit French Throwdown

Recap: CrossFit French Throwdown

France Women Sabrina Caron 4th place
USA  Men Josh Miller  3rd place

[Related news: Kristi Eramo, a three-time CrossFit Games individual athlete declined her invitation to the 2019 CrossFit Games. Rich Froning, Devin Ford, and Tasia Percevecz have all officially declined their invitations to compete as individuals at the 2019 CrossFit Games, which means their spots have now been given to Patrick Vellner, Tim Paulson, Colleen Fotsch, and Courtney Haley.]

List of Teams That Qualified Through Sanctionals

[* indicate alternates]

 DUBAI CROSSFIT CHAMPIONSHIP

 Invictus

 Rasmus Andersen  Denmark
 Tommy Vinas USA
 Mitch Wagner* USA
 Lauren Fisher USA
 Regan Huckaby USA
 Jenn Ryan* USA

[Related news: Experts Predict Winners for the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games: Agree with Their Picks?]

WODAPALOOZA CROSSFIT FESTIVAL

CrossFit Krypton

 Alec Smith USA
 Cody Mooney USA
 Adam Klink* USA
 Jessica Griffith USA
 Camille Leblanc-Bazinet USA

 

AUSTRALIAN CROSSFIT CHAMPIONSHIP

Project X

 Brandon Swan  Australia
 Khan Porter  Australia
 Matthew Reilly*  Australia
 Jessica Coughlan  Australia
 Harriet Roberts  New Zealand
 Justine Beath*  Australia

 

CROSSFIT FITTEST IN CAPE TOWN

CrossFit Vondelgym

 Jeremy Reijnders  Netherlands
 Sven Verheul  Netherlands
 Daniel Colpo*  South Africa
 Nienke van Overveld  Netherlands
 Sigrid Koolhaas  Netherlands
 Linda Keesman*  Netherlands

 

CROSSFIT STRENGTH IN DEPTH

Central Beasts

 Zach Sowder USA
 Joseph Tortora USA
 Ryan Sowder* USA
 Nicole Holcomb USA
 Emma Chapman  New Zealand
 Alison Scudds* USA

 

MID ATLANTIC CROSSFIT CHALLENGE

Don’t Stop

 Travis Williams USA
 Rogelio Gamboa USA
 Jordan Cook* USA
 Jennifer Smith USA
 Alexis Johnson USA
 Zoe Pond-McPherson* USA

 

ASIA CROSSFIT CHAMPIONSHIP

Mayhem Freedom

 Rich Froning Jr. USA
 Dre Strohm USA
 Ben Smith* USA
 Tasia Percevecz USA
 Chyna Cho USA
 Haley Adams* USA

 

REYKJAVÍK CROSSFIT CHAMPIONSHIP

Team JST Compete

 Jak Cornthwaite  United Kingdom
 Steven Fawcett  United Kingdom
 Benjamin Massey*  United Kingdom
 Helena Collins  United Kingdom
 Jayne Eadie United Kingdom

 

BRAZIL CROSSFIT CHAMPIONSHIP

PRO1

 Joe Scali Italy
 David Fontaine  Canada
 Alexandre Caron*  Canada
 Lorraine Allard  Canada
 Manon Lesur  France
 Chloe Gauvin-David*  Canada

 

DOWN UNDER CROSSFIT CHAMPIONSHIP

X-Terminators

 Rob Forte  Australia
 Zeke Grove  Australia
 Kate Gordon  Australia
 Danielle Jenny USA

 

THE ROGUE INVITATIONAL 

OC3 Black

 Joe Piersanti USA
 Luke Schafer USA
 Colin Cartee* USA
 Andrea Nisler USA
 Taylor Williamson USA
 Nicole Chovan* USA

 

THE CROSSFIT LOWLANDS THROWDOWN

CrossFit Alioth

 Phil Hesketh  United Kingdom
 Alexander Elebro  Sweden
 Viktor Langsved*  Sweden
 Mia Åkerlund  Sweden
 Synne Krokstad  Norway
 Louise Wickström*  Sweden

 

THE GRANITE GAMES 

Invictus X

 Wesley Rethwill USA
 Sam Dancer USA
 Justin Ahrens* USA
 Margaux Alvarez USA
 Kristi Eramo USA
 Hayley Murillo* USA

 

CROSSFIT FRENCH THROWDOWN

Invictus Boston

 Tola Morakinyo USA
 Craig Kenney USA
 Royce Dunne*  Australia
 Kelsey Kiel USA
 Kaitlyn Kassis USA

The CrossFit Games website includes the full leaderboard for the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games, and in the next week expect more news around scheduled events. What we do know is that the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games will be unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.

After just the first day of events, the playing field will go from 148 men and 134 women, down to 75 athletes per division. There will be team cuts after the first day as well. As for scoring, this is another change, so be sure to check out our full breakdown as for how the individual scoring and team scoring will work for the Reebok CrossFit Games.

We’re closing in on the 11th annual Reebok CrossFit Games, and we can’t wait to see the fittest athletes in the world battle it out for the title of fittest on earth.

Featured image from @mathewfras Instagram page, photo credit @beam.