2021 CrossFit Open Workout 21.2 Results

The second of three workouts for the 2021 CrossFit Open comes to a close.

The 2021 CrossFit Open continued with dumbbell snatches and burpee box jump-overs for workout 21.2 and the results are in. Following the announcement of 21.2 — titled “Youth vs. Experience” — on March 18, 2021, the 2020 CrossFit Games runner-up Samuel Kwant went head-to-head against the 2020 Games bronze-medalist and Rookie of the Year Justin Medeiros. They were the first two athletes to take on this repeat workout of 17.1 and they showed that years later, it is still quite a difficult challenge. Kwant’s score was 11:56 and Medeiros’s was 10:02.

Here were the results for 21.2:

Women’s Division

  1. Emma Cary, USA — 8:51
  2. Kristin Holte, Norway — 8:58
  3. Carolyne Prevost, Canada — 9:02
  4. Ellie Turner, Australia — 9:03
  5. Oihana Moya, Spain — 9:08
  6. Jamie Simmonds, Australia — 9:09
  7. Mallory O’Brien, USA — 9:17
  8. Gabriela Migała, Poland — 9:18
  9. Erica Ekelund, Sweden — 9:23
  10. Emma McQuaid, Ireland — 9:24
  11. Laurie Clement, France — 9:25
  12. Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr, Australia — 9:26
  13. Emma Chapman, Australia — 9:27
  14. Helena Collins, UK — 9:31
  15. Valentina Rangel, Colombia — 9:32
  16. Fallyn Levitz, USA — 9:33
  17. Elena Carratala Sanahuja, Spain — 9:34 (T-17)
  18. Laura Clifton, Australia — 9:34 (T-17)
  19. Amanda Fusuma, Brazil — 9:35
  20. Annie Thorisdottir, Iceland — 9:36 (T-20)
  21. Andrea Solberg, Norway — 9:36 (T-20)

Some of the notable names that finished just outside the top are 2020 CrossFit Games, bronze medalist, Kari Pearce in 23rd with a time of 9:41, Kara Saunders in 25th-place time of 9:42, Sam Briggs 35th-place 9:49, and Haley Adams 37th place 9:50.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Men’s Division

  1. Dakota Rager, USA — 8:48
  2. Stas Solodov, Russia — 8:52
  3. Colten Mertens, USA — 9:04
  4. Scott Tetlow, USA — 9:06
  5. Alex Kotoulas, Greece — 9:09
  6. Reggie Fasa, UK — 9:10
  7. James Sprague, USA — 9;12
  8. Luka Đukić, Serbia — 9:13
  9. Jeffrey Adler, Canada — 9:14
  10. Cédric LaPointe, Canada — 9:16
  11. Jake Marconi, USA — 9:20
  12. André Houdet, Denmark — 9:21
  13. Patrick Vellner, Canada — 9:27 (T-13)
  14. Taylor Self, USA — 9:27 (T-13)
  15. Alexandre Caron, Canada — 9:29 (T-15)
  16. Nicholas Anapolsky, Canada — 9:29 (T-15)
  17. Lazar Đukić, Serbia — 9:29 (T-15)
  18. Aleksandar Ilin, Russia — 9:30
  19. Scott Cottrill, USA — 9:31
  20. Chandler Smith, USA — 9:32

The fourth-place finisher at the 2020 CrossFit Games, Noah Ohlsen, finished just outside the top 20 in 21st place with a time of 9:33. Björgvin Karl Guðmundsson scored the 25th ranking 9:39, Brent Fikowski placed 42nd with a time of 9:50, and Medeiros’s time of 10:02 put him in an eight-way tie for 80th.

Open Ahead

The name of CrossFit Open workout 21.3 is “Sibling Rivalry” and it will be announced on Thursday, March 25, 2021, at 12 p.m. PST. The announcement will feature all three Panchik brothers face-off. Eight-time Games athlete Scott Panchik will throw down against his brothers, three-time Games athlete Saxon Panchik and Spencer Panchik.

[Related: 2021 CrossFit Open Workout 21.1 Results]

Top 10 Percent

The Quarterfinals will also be virtual. Those who finish in the top 10 percent of their respective continent at the conclusion of the Open qualify for their respective quarterfinal. The number of athletes that translates to for each continent is as follows:

Women’s Division

  • North America — 5,359 athletes
  • Europe — 1,904 athletes
  • Oceania — 779 athletes
  • South America — 388 athletes
  • Asia — 359 athletes
  • Africa — 278 athletes

Men’s Division

  • North America — 7,327 athletes
  • Europe — 3,402 athletes
  • Oceania — 990 athletes
  • Asia — 812 athletes
  • South America — 703 athletes
  • Africa — 421 athletes

Feature image from Emma Cary’s Instagram page: @emmacaryy