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2020 CrossFit Games Finals Results and Leaderboard

Toomey and Fraser win their fourth and fifth CrossFit Games title and $300,000.

It’s official: Mathew Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey won their record-setting fifth and fourth respective CrossFit Games titles. It wasn’t even close. Fraser and Toomey lead with 1,150 and 1,025 points, respectively. Samuel Kwant and Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir managed to place second, with 605 and 655 points. in second place behind Fraser and Toomey. For the reigning, defending Fittest on Earth®, this was one of the best CrossFit Games performances to date. 

The athletes completed three more events to round out the Games Finals, held in northern California from Friday, Oct. 23, 2020, to Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020. For the Finals, all of the athlete’s points from Stage One of the Games were reset to zero. Check out our updated leaderboard below:


RankCountryNamePoints
1Tia-Clair Toomey1025
2Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir665
3Kari Pearce585
4Haley Adams560
5Brooke Wells525
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2020 CrossFit Games Finals Recap Video

If you missed Fraser and Toomey’s Finals blitz (or you’re just a fan of athletic dominance), watch our 2020 Games Finals recap video below.

Sunday Event Results

They couldn’t get their second daily sweep of the Games, but, combined Toomey and Fraser won 19 out of 24 events (12 and 12 for the men and women). It was a storied performance for the two record-setting athletes. With this win, Fraser has surpassed Rich Froning as the winningest CrossFit Games champion with five wins. Toomey has won the most titles of any woman — four.

That said, Samuel Kwant wasn’t discouraged one bit as he headed into the final day. He actually beat Fraser in the first event — Swim ‘N’ Stuff — and came within four-tenths of a second of doing it again in the 11th Games Final event. Overall, Kwant placed second. Justin Medeiros, who really pushed Fraser in days one and two, ended up in third overall. Ohlsen got fourth and Adler placed last.

For the women, Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir stayed in the three and two spots for the entirety of the day and earned second place. Haley Adams was edged out of third place by an aggressive Kari Pearce. Brooke Wells got fifth. 

Swim ‘N’ Stuff Event Results

Samuel Kwant upsets Mathew Fraser! What a way to start the third and final day of the Games Finals. Though Fraser is still firmly in the lead, this is no doubt a huge morale boost for not just Kwant, but the rest of the athletes. Many consider Fraser’s loss in the CrossFit Total to be due to a weight miscalculation, but he lost this one fair and square. Kwant is now in second place overall and trails Fraser by 435 points. Toomey handily won this event, to improve her overall lead over Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir by 335 points. Haley Adams had a nice start to the day, by placing second in this event to move up to third place overall. 

Swim ‘N’ Stuff Men’s Results:

The times listed below are in interval order, with the final number being the athlete’s cumulative time. 

  1. Samuel Kwant, 2:00.51 /1:59.34 / 2:16.64 / 2:13.17 — 8:29.66
  2. Mathew Fraser, 2:03.76 / 1:59.24 / 2:22.51 / 2:11.63 — 8:38.14
  3. Justin Medeiros, 2:01.27 / 2:05.77 / 2:28.98 / 2:16.91 — 8:52.93
  4. Noah Ohlsen, 2:00.00 / 2:05.37 / 2:28.98 / 2:16.91 — 9:14.34
  5. Jeffrey Adler, 2:08.74 / 2:15.30 / 2:41.67 / 2:37.65 — 9:43.30

Swim ‘N’ Stuff Women’s Results:

The times listed below are in interval order, with the final number being the athlete’s cumulative time. 

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 2:08.17 / 2:02.92 / 2:11.61 / 2:03.78 — 8:25.48
  2. Haley Adams, 2:05.42 / 2:03.00 / 2:19.99 / 2:12.00 — 8:40.41
  3. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 2:05.82 / 2:07.95 / 2:13.33 / 2:14.52 — 8:47.62
  4. Brooke Wells, 2:17.11 / 2:19.72 / 2:30.30 / 2:32.83 — 9:39.96
  5. Kari Pearce, 2:13.57 / 2:228.59 / 2:39.40 / 2:49.02 — 10:10.58

Swim ‘N’ Stuff Event Breakdown

In typical Dave Castro fashion, a new event was announced just before the first block of the day is set to start It looks like athletes are going to have to get wet to ring in the first event of the Finals. Here’s the event breakdown:

Four rounds:

  • Air bike calories (10 for the women, 15 for the men)
  • 50-meter swim
  • 10 GHD Sit-ups
  • 10 ball slams (40-pounds for the women, 60-pounds for the men)

The athletes will begin a new round every four minutes, with rounds two and four performed in reverse. The athlete with the fastest cumulative time wins.

Sprint Sled Sprint Event Results

Well, that was fast. Tia-Clair Toomey completed her sprint-sled push-sled combo first, adding another 100 points to her total. Brooke Wells got a big second-place finish, trailing Toomey by less than two seconds. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir finished third. Samuel Kwant really wants it, boy. He and Fraser crossed the line just four-tenths of a second apart, but Fraser was the winner. It’s clear that Kwant is going to make Fraser work up until the final event is finished. 

Sprint Sled Sprint Women’s Results:

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 1:05.23
  2. Brooke Wells, 1:07.82
  3. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 1:12.57
  4. Haley Adams, 1:14.93
  5. Kari Pearce, 1:24.51

Sprint Sled Sprint Men’s Results:

  1. Mathew Fraser, 0:56.08
  2. Samuel Kwant, 0:56.45
  3. Justin Medeiros, 1:01.97
  4. Noah Ohlsen, 1:03.89
  5. Jeffrey Adler, 1:05.64

Sprint Sled Sprint Event Breakdown

The second of three events for the day is a test of endurance. The competitors will complete two 100-yard sprints with a single weighted sled push sandwiched in between.  Here are the event specifics:

For time:

  • 100-yard sprint
  • 100-yard sled push
  • 100-yard sprint

Women: 80-pound sled / Men: 105-pound sled

Atalanta Event Results

Toomey and Fraser — were leaps and bounds ahead of the competition heading into this event — finished this event together. Fraser got first and Toomey placed third. Kari Pearce had a huge win in this event — earning a career-first podium finish at the Games. She also ended the American women’s podium droughtKatrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir finished third behind her, followed by 19-year-old Haley Adams and Brooke Wells. Noah Ohlse nearly edged out Fraser, but he ran out of gas and Fraser passed him in towards the end of the run. Rookie Justin Medeiros placed third — in this event and overall — signaling that he has a promising career ahead of him. Jeffrey Adler got fourth and Samuel Kwant got fifth. 

Atalanta Women’s Results

  1. Kari Pearce, 47:56.68
  2. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 49:09.96
  3. Tia-Clair Toomey, 51:46.72
  4. Haley Adams, 52:56.60
  5. Brooke Wells, 1:00:19.01

Atalanta Men’s Results

  1. Mathew Fraser, 51:46.66
  2. Noah Ohlsen, 52:24.75
  3. Justin Medeiros, 53:18.87
  4. Jeffrey Adler, 57:28.45
  5. Samuel Kwant, 1:05:39.80

Atalanta Event Breakdown

Dave Castro has said that this will be the hardest event of any CrossFit Games — and it’s very, very hard. The pure volume is tremendous. It should be noted that the men and women will compete at the same time, with Fraser and Toomey in the center lanes. The other men will be on one side of Fraser and the women on the other side of Toomey. The event consists of:

For time:

  • One-mile run 
  • 100 handstand push-ups
  • 200 pistol squats 
  • 300 pull-ups
  • One-mile run

Men wear a 20-pound vest and women wear a 14-pound vest. All of the exercises must be completed unpartitioned. 

Saturday Event Results

After day two of the Games Finals, Mathew Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey lead their decisions by 435 and 290 points, respectively. For the other competitors, time is of the essence. Though Fraser essentially has the men’s division on lock, the women’s division is a tad tighter. Despite utter domination from the two reigning champs — who won all four events of the day — the other athlete’s efforts shouldn’t be overlooked. 

Justin Medeiros, the 21-year-old Games rookie has really shined by refusing to back down to Fraser and pushing the pace. Also, Samuel Kwant made a formidable comeback, by placing second in event nine, Happy Star, to move from fifth place to third overall. For the women, Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir has held firmly onto second place. And Kari Pearce had a great second-place showing in Happy Star to move up to third place overall.

Watch the Day Two Recap Video

Day two is officially over. Check out the highlights — which include dominant performances from Toomey and Fraser, as well as Games rookie Justin Medeiros holding his own.

Toes to Bar/Lunge Event Results

Tia-Clair Toomey and Mat Fraser won their fourth and fifth events, respectively, of the Games Finals. However, riding the momentum of her impressive Ranch Loop win, Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir was hot on Toomey’s tail. The Icelandic athlete finished just four seconds behind the champion. A seemingly fatigued Haley Adams ended up in fifth place, and Davíðsdóttir has taken over the runner-up spot. For the men, Noah Ohlsen put up one heck of a fight, staying within just a few reps of Fraser throughout, but Fraser simply “broke him,” as the commentators put it. Justin Medeiros finished right behind Ohlsen; the two are now tied for second place with 310 points each.

Toes to Bar/Lunge Women’s Results: 

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 3:33
  2. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 3:37
  3. Brooke Wells, 3:51
  4. Kari Pearce, 4:13
  5. Haley Adams, 4:21

Toes to Bar/Lunge Men’s Results: 

  1. Mathew Fraser, 3:04
  2. Noah Ohlsen, 3:11
  3. Justin Medeiros, 3:18
  4. Samuel Kwant, 3:39
  5. Jeffrey Adler, 4:03

Toes to Bar/Lunge Event Breakdown

After a completely taxing day one, athletes will have to complete a descending latter of 30-20-10 reps of toes-to-bar and kettlebell lunges for the rep-equivalent of yards. To put the total lunge distance into perspective, the competitors will have lunge just over half a football field with a heavy amount of weight. 

30-20-10 reps for time:

Women: 24 kilograms (52 pounds) per kettlebell / Men: 32 kilograms (70 pounds) per kettlebell

Snatch Speed Triple Event Results

Tia-Clair Toomey and Mat Fraser have won the first two events of day two.  Brooke Wells came in second and Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir came in third for the women. Davíðsdóttir is still in second place, trailing Toomey by 180 points, and Brooke Wells has moved up to third place. Fraser dominated this event, missing one rep on the final and heaviest snatch of 285 pounds. Jeffrey Adler was trailing Fraser closely until the final round. Adler and Samuel Kwant both struggled with the final two snatches and took close to three minutes to finish the round. 

Snatch Speed Triple Women’s Results:

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 21.24 / 23.82 / 30.06
  2. Brooke Wells, 23.70 /25.65 / 36.55
  3. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 23.45 / 25.97 / 1:28.00
  4. Kari Pearce, 22.97 / 47.61 / OUT
  5. Haley Adams, 58.95 / OUT

Snatch Speed Triple Men’s Results:

  1. Mathew Fraser, 21.04 / 25.47 / 44.05
  2. Jeffrey Adler, 21.17 / 55.52 / 2:22.32
  3. Samuel Kwant, 23.56 / 52.64 / 2:55.89
  4. Noah Ohlsen, 27.41 / 1:08.08 / OUT
  5. Justin Medeiros, 28.62 / OUT

*The times listed above are per snatch block. quarterfinal/semifinal/final. “OUT” means the athlete did not make it to the next round. The weights for each snatch block are listed below.

Snatch Speed Triple Event Breakdown

The seventh event of the Games Finals is another test of near-max strength. Athletes will compete to see who can complete a cluster of three increasingly single-rep snatches. The slowest athlete in each group is dropped and the remaining competitors move on to snatch another, heavier, cluster of three barbells. 

Three rounds, each for time:

  • One snatch at each bar

Quarterfinal — Five athletes, one-minute cap:

  • Women: 145, 150, 155 pounds
  • Men: 225, 235, 245 pounds

Semifinal — Four athletes, two-minute cap:

  • Women: 160, 165, 170 pounds
  • Men: 245, 255, 265 pounds

Final — Three athletes, three-minute cap:

  • Women: 175, 180, 185 pounds
  • Men: 265, 275, 285 pounds

Bike Repeater Event Results

Toomey and Fraser rode away with this one. This is Fraser’s 26th event win ever in a Games and his seventh of the weekend. Toomey is now three for three today (Oct. 24, 2020). For the women, Adams firmly clinched the runner-up spot in the second half of the 10-round event, with Pearce and Davíðsdóttir in tow. In fifth place was Brooke Wells, who seemed to struggle a bit with this event. Jeffrey Adler trailed Fraser but came up 13 seconds short. And Medeiros earned himself 55 points with a third-place finish. Kwant got fourth, and Ohlsen, who was a bit behind from the get, placed last.

Bike Repeater Women’s Results: 

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 14:37.51
  2. Haley Adams, 14:53.61
  3. Kari Pearce, 15:14.92
  4. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 15:36.02
  5. Brooke Wells, 16:39.54

Bike Repeater Men’s Results: 

  1. Mathew Fraser, 12:54.76
  2. Jeffrey Adler, 13:07.10
  3. Justin Medeiros, 13:20.52
  4. Samuel Kwant, 13:39.95
  5. Noah Ohlsen, 14:20.82

Bike Repeater Event Breakdown

For 10 rounds, athletes will have to alternate between pedaling a bicycle 440 meters and then performing a legless rope climb for 15 feet. 

10 rounds:

  • 440-meter bike sprint
  • One Legless rope climb (15 feet)

Happy Star Event Results

Tia-Toomey and Mathew Fraser have won all four events on day two of the Games Finals. Incredible. Brooke Wells gave Toomey a run for her money early on, but couldn’t keep up with her own pace. In the end, Wells placed fourth. It was Kari Pearce who ended up in the runner-up spot, trailing Toomey by 25 seconds. Haley Adams locked in a promising second-place finish during the Bike Repeater race but ended up placing dead last here. Fraser started stronger and finished stronger, finishing 15 seconds ahead of runner-ups Samuel Kwant. Kwant needed a performance like that. Medeiros couldn’t keep pace and finished behind Adler in fourth and Ohlsen, who edged him out by four seconds.

Happy Star Women’s Results:

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 8:42.59
  2. Kari Pearce, 9:17.37
  3. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 9:32.02
  4. Brooke Wells, 10:05.21
  5. Haley Adams, 10:18.46

Happy Star Men’s Results:

  1. Mathew Fraser, 8:18.21
  2. Samuel Kwant, 8:33.91
  3. Jeffrey Adler, 8:40.17
  4. Noah Ohlsen, 8:54.53
  5. Justin Medeiros, 8:59.33

Happy Star Event Breakdown

The CrossFit Games announced event nine just 20 minutes before it is set to take place. The event is called Happy Star, and will consist of:

Four rounds:

  • 200- to 300-meter hill run (of varying distances)
  • 5-7-9-11 reps of  Burpees
  • 5-7-9-11 reps of  Thrusters

Women: 95-105-110-115-pounds for thrusters / Men: 135-145-155-165-pounds for thrusters

Friday Event Results

As it stands, Fraser leads the men by 220 points and Toomey leads the women by 75 points. Fraser, who is after a record-breaking fifth CrossFit Games title, feels nearly unbeatable. He only lost one event today, and that was the CrossFit Total. Jeffrey Adler edged him out by just seven pounds. In the women’s division, Toomey maintains a slightly less, but still impressive lead. She won the first three events, just like in Stage One, and then placed fifth in the Handstand Sprint event

Watch the Day One Recap Video

With day one officially over, get a concise and thoughtful analysis of everything that went down at the 2020 CrossFit Games Finals.

2007 Reload Event Leaders

Mathew Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey set the pace for their divisions. Games rookie, Justin Medeiros impressively trailed Fraser by just eight seconds, asserting himself as a serious contender early on. Despite being in fifth place for most of the event, Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir caught up to Brooke Wells during their last set of shoulder-to-overheads and took fourth-place by one rep. 

2007 Reload Results — Men

  1. Mathew Fraser, 13:07
  2. Justin Medeiros, 13:15
  3. Samuel Kwant, 13:38
  4. Jeffrey Adler, 14:03
  5. Noah Ohlsen, 16:48

2007 Reload Results — Women

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 12:47
  2. Haley Adams, 13:17
  3. Kari Pearce, 13:59
  4. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 15:16
  5. Brooke Wells, 15:45

2007 Reload Event Breakdown

Dave Castro, the maestro of the CrossFit Games, must be feeling nostalgic. This is the first of two events that harken back to the first-ever CrossFit Games in 2007. The first event of the 2007 Games featured a 1,000-meter row, and then five rounds of 25 pull-ups and seven push jerks (135 pounds for the men, and 95 pounds for the women). Castro tacked on 500 meters to the row, swapped pull-ups for muscle-ups — an extremely taxing move — and upped the weight of the push jerks (now called “shoulder-to-overheads”) by 100 pounds for the men and 50 pounds for the women. What a guy. 

For time:

  • 1,500-meter row

Then five rounds of:

Women: 145 pounds / Men: 235 pounds

Corn Sack Sprint Event Leaders

You may want to get used to reading this: Toomey and Fraser win another event, and now each have 200 points. The athletes had to sprint 320-meters up an extremely steep hill while carrying loaded corn sacks on their shoulders. Fraser got out in front and stayed there to win the event in 2:51. Samuel Kwant was behind him by 16 seconds. In the women’s division, Toomey completed her sprint — well, it’s more of a trudge — in 3:05, which was just eight seconds faster than runner-up Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir

Corn Sack Sprint Results — Men

  1. Mathew Fraser, 2:51
  2. Samuel Kwant, 3:07
  3. Noah Ohlsen, 3:18
  4. Jeffrey Adler, 3:20
  5. Justin Medeiros, 3:21

Corn Sack Sprint Results — Women

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 3:05
  2. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 3:13
  3. Haley Adams, 3:24
  4. Kari Pearce, 3:28
  5. Brooke Wells, 3:35

Corn Sack Sprint Event Breakdown

The corn sack sprint is simple yet sinister. Competitors will have eight minutes to ascend 320 meters up a steep hill, as quickly as possible, while carrying a heavy sack of corn. This is especially nasty when you consider the event that the competitors will have to take on next. 

For time:

  • 320-meter hill sprint with a corn sack.

Women: 30 pounds / Men: 50 pounds 

Time cap: Eight minutes

CrossFit Total Event Leaders

Canada’s Adler out lifted Fraser by seven pounds in event three of the CrossFit Games Finals. He also set new personal records in all three lifts, which include a tremendous 567-pound deadlift. Tia-Clair Toomey repeated her 2018 Games CrossFit Total performance against Brooke Wells, by out-lifting her by six pounds to place first.

CrossFit Total Results — Men

  1. Jeffrey Adler, 470 / 207 / 567 / 1,244
  2. Mathew Fraser, 492 / 210 / 535 / 1,237
  3. Noah Ohlsen, 455 / 205 / 540 / 1,200
  4. Samuel Kwant, 460 / 207 / 525 / 1,196 
  5. Justin Medeiros, 480 / 175 / 537 / 1,192

CrossFit Total Results — Women

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey, 335 / 140 / 415  / 890
  2. Brooke Wells, 315 / 137 / 432 / 884
  3. Kari Pearce, 272 / 157 / 335 / 764
  4. Haley Adams, 260 / 127 / 325 / 712
  5. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 269 /137 / 295 / 701

*All of the weights listed above are in pounds and are in this order: back squat/shoulder press/deadlift/total weight lifted

CrossFit Total Event Breakdown

In this event, athletes will work up to a one-rep max, in the back squat, shoulder press, and deadlift. This will be an utterly taxing test of strength and grit. The CrossFit total was first performed at the inaugural CrossFit Games in 2007 and was last seen at the 2018 Games. It was Tia-Clair Toomey who won with a 330-pound back squat, a 415-pound deadlift, and a 130-pound shoulder press for a total of 875 pounds lifted. She edged out fellow Finals competitor, Brooke Wells by five pounds. 

For total load:

Handstand Sprint Event Leaders

Mat Fraser won his third event of day one of the CrossFit Games Finals with a blistering 1:20 100-yard handstand sprint. After two lackluster performances, Games rookie Justin Medeiros got some of his mojo back by placing second just six seconds behind Fraser. In the women’s division, Brooke Wells led the pack with a time of 1:23, while the Fittest Woman on Earth® Tia-Clair Toomey came in fifth but is still leading by 95 points. 

Handstand Sprint Results — Men

  1. Mathew Fraser, 1:20
  2. Justin Medeiros, 1:26
  3. Noah Ohlsen, 1:39
  4. Samuel Kwant, 1:43
  5. Jeffrey Adler, 1:54

Handstand Sprint Results — Women

  1. Brooke Wells, 1:21
  2. Kari Pearce, 1:23
  3. Haley Adams, 1:24
  4. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 1:40
  5. Tia-Clair Toomey, 2:05

Handstand Sprint Event Breakdown

This one is short and sweet. Athletes have to sprint, in a handstand position, as quickly as possible down a 100-yard field. 

For time:

  • 100-yard handstand sprint 

Ranch Loop Event Leaders

Heading into the fifth and final event of day one of the Finals, athletes expected a difficult five-kilometer trails run. They got that — and then some when Dave Castro surprised them with an extra lap the moment they crossed the finish line. Mathew Fraser still won in the men’s division, making this his fourth Games win of 2020 — and his 23rd Games win overall. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir clinched her first win of the Finals, finishing a full two minutes ahead of runner-up Haley Adams. Tia-Clair Toomey came in third. 

Ranch Loop Men’s Results:

  1. Mathew Fraser, 57:47
  2. Justin Medeiros, 58:17
  3. Noah Ohlsen, 59:11
  4. Jeffrey Adler, 1:00:17
  5. Samuel Kwant, 1:10:11

Ranch Loop Women’s Results:

  1. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir, 1:00:53
  2. Haley Adams, 1:02:16
  3. Tia-Clair Toomey, 1:06:09
  4. Kari Pearce, 1:07:07
  5. Brooke Wells, 1:14:34

Ranch Loop Event Breakdown

Athletes are to run five-kilometers (or three miles) on a trail on The Ranch, in Aromas, CA. However, Dave Castro turned this event into a 10-kilometer (or six-mile) run.

For time:

  • 10-kilometer (six-mile) trail run

Time cap: none

How to Watch the 2020 CrossFit Games Finals

You have a few options for how to catch all of the action at the 2020 CrossFit Games. This year, the Games will be streamed live, so check out our video below for all of the ways you can keep up. Be warned: Some sites and social media pages have been circulating fake CrossFit Games streams.

Here’s the list of five men and five women who will be competing in this year’s Games Finals:

2020 CrossFit Games Finalists — Men

  1. Mathew Fraser
  2. Noah Ohlsen
  3. Justin Medeiros
  4. Samuel Kwant
  5. Jeffrey Adler

2020 CrossFit Games Finalists — Women

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey
  2. Brooke Wells
  3. Haley Adams
  4. Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir
  5. Kari Pearce

2020 CrossFit Games Finals Dates, Times & Scoring Information

The complete list of events, and which time slots they’ll be held in, has yet to be revealed. So far, we know seven of the events (including an eighth mystery event called Atalanta, which was teased by Castro to be the final event of the Finals.) Heading into the Finals, all of the competitor’s points will be reset to zero. Each place, one through five, is assigned a number of points. The athlete who accumulates the most points over the next three days will be awarded the winner. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Here’s the full schedule for the Finals (all times are in Pacific Standard Time):

Friday, Oct. 23, 2020

  • 8 a.m. — 9:30 a.m.
  • 11:30 a.m. — 1 p.m.
  • 2 p.m. — 2:10 p.m.
  • 4 p.m. — 5:30 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020

  • 10 a.m. — 12 p.m. — CBS Network Broadcast + streaming options
  • 1:20 p.m. — 2:10 p.m.
  • 4 p.m. — 4:40 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020

  • 10 a.m. — 10:50 a.m.
  • 12 p.m. — 12:30 p.m.
  • 3 p.m. — 4 p.m.

Feature Image courtesy of CrossFit 

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