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2022 NOBULL CrossFit Games Results and Leaderboard

The final day of competition is here. Who will be crowned the fittest?

The CrossFit Games are back, which means it’s time for the most obnoxiously in-shape people on the planet to find out who is definitively the Fittest on Earth®. The 2022 NOBULL CrossFit Games occur from Aug. 3-7 in Madison, WI. 

After  Day Four, America Justin Medeiros has assumed the lead for the men, and Australian Tia-Clair Toomey leads the Women.  Mallory O’Brien trails in second, and Danielle Brandon is in third. For the Men, Ricky Garard in second and Roman Khrennikov is in third.

Editor’s Note: On Feb. 24, 2022, CrossFit released a statement in which they said they would not recognize the governments of Russia or Belarus throughout the 2022 season. As a result, CrossFit has removed Russian and Belarusian flags and names from the profiles of Individual and Team competitors.

2022 CrossFit Games Leaderboard 

Rank Country Name Points
1 Tia-Clair Toomey 958
2 Mallory O'Brien 860
3 Emma Lawson 797
4 Danielle Brandon 792
5 Haley Adams 748
6 Brooke Wells 714
7 Kristi Eramo O'Connell 713
8 Arielle Loewen 702
9 Laura Horvath 693
10 Alexis Raptis 688
11 Kara Saunders 658
12 Gabriela Migala 624
13 Emma McQuaid 624
14 Jacqueline Dahlstrom 612
15 Amanda Barnhart 608
16 Lucy Campbell 595
17 Paige Semenza 561
18 Matilde Garnes 555
19 Dani Speegle 551
20 Ellie Turner 548
21 Thuridur Erla Helgadottir 497
22 Carolyne Prevost 460
23 Karin Freyova 445
24 Baylee Rayl 431
25 Paige Powers 421
26 Alex Willis 412
27 Christine Kolenbrander 358
28 Seungyeon Choi 358
29 Seher Kaya 357
30 Rebecca Fuselier 346
31 Sydney Michalyshen 342
32 Freya Moosbrugger 335
33 Victoria Campos 318
34 Solveig Sigurdardottir 299
35 Elisa Fuliano 296
36 Caroline Conners 281
37 Julia Kato 258
38 Elena Carratala Sanahuja 223
39 Michelle Merand 210
40 Emily Rolfe 61
41 Thuridur Erla Helgadottir 28
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Sunday Results

Three events are scheduled for the final day of competition for the Individual and Team divisions.

The Men’s event is currently underway. Stay tuned for results.

The Alpaca Results

With the removal of the rope climbs, athletes finished way ahead of the 18-minute time cap. Roman Khrennikov picked up his second event win at his first ever Games, finishing 36 seconds ahead of Sam Kwant. Medeiros, who, at this point, is looking to create distance between him and Ricky Garard, finished in fifth. Hopper came in sixth and Garard in seventh. 

Individual Men’s Results

  1. Roman Khrennikov — 6:23.92
  2. Sam Kwant — 6:39.88
  3. Pat Vellner — 6:41.12
  4. Guilherme Malheiros — 6:44.79
  5. Justin Medeiros — 6:46.48
  6. Jayson Hopper — 6:48.56
  7. Ricky Garard — 6:50.63
  8. Tim Paulson — 6:53.66
  9. Lazar Đukić — 6:58.07
  10. Jonne Koski — 7:01.54

Individual Women’s Results

Women’s results are forthcoming.

The Alpaca Breakdown

Note: The legless rope climbs were cut from the event due to safety concerns. 

For time:

126-ft sled push, decreasing in load
2 legless rope climbs
20 kettlebell clean and jerks
42-ft sled push with 2 KBs
2 legless rope climbs
15 kettlebell clean and jerks
42-ft sled push with 4 KBs
2 legless rope climbs
10 kettlebell clean and jerks
42-ft sled push with 6 KBs

Women: Six 24-kg kettlebells
Men: Six 32-kg kettlebells

Saturday Results

Day four was action-packed. Athletes began in the pool, got down and dirty with a quick wall ballsnatch-sprint trifecta, and then closed out with ultra heavy sandbags-to-shoulders. 

After today’s series of events, only the top 30 athletes will advance to the final day of competition (hence the line in the leaderboard above).

The Adaptive and Age Group divisions also ended their Games journey today. Check out the recaps below:

Sandbag Ladder Results

Toomey managed to stay within the top 10 and continues to fight off Mallory O’Brien. However, this battle came down to Titan Games contestant Dani Speegle and Jacqueline Dahlstrøm. Speegle managed to edge the Norwegian out. On the men’s side, Guilherme Malheiros and Nick Mathew tied for first in an impressive showing that required a 350-pound bag to be wheeled onto the floor. Neither man could lift it, and they tied down to a fraction of a second in the tie-breaker.

READ: BarBend’s Event 10 Sandbag Ladder Recap and Results

Individual Women’s Results

  1. Dani Speegle
  2. Jacqueline Dahlstrøm
  3. Laura Horvath
  4. Amanda Barnhart
  5. Sydney Michalyshen
  6. Brooke Wells
  7. Ellie Turner
  8. Karin Freyová
  9. Tia-Clair Toomey
  10. Paige Semenza

Individual Men’s Results

  1. Guilherme Malheiros (T-first)
  2. Nick Mathew (T-First)
  3. Brent Fikowski
  4. Jayson Hopper
  5. Justin Medeiros
  6. Saxon Panchik
  7. Ricky Garard
  8. Alexandre Houdet
  9. Alex Vigneault
  10. Sam Kwant

Sandbag Ladder Breakdown

Women: Bags from 160-250 pounds | Men: Bags from 240-340 pounds

Hat Trick Results

After Event Nine — the 10th event overall — Toomey gave up only a few points. O’Brien took advantage of a no-rep by Toomey to place second overall. Ellie Turner of Australian came in first for the women. 

Notably, Justin Medeiros was able to pass Ricky Garard, who now trails the American by 11 points and is ahead of Russia’s Roman Khrennikov by seven points. 

READ: BarBend’s Event Nine Hat Trick Recap and Results

Individual Women’s Results

  1. Ellie Turner — 3:55.94
  2. Mal O’Brien — 4:04.66
  3. Tia-Clair Toomey — 4:08.66
  4. Danielle Brandon — 4:08.80
  5. Kara Saunders — 4:10.73
  6. Gabriela Migała — 4:15.81
  7. Paige Semenza — 4:19.35
  8. Laura Horvath — 4:19.41
  9. Emma Lawson — 4:20.22
  10. Amanda Barnhart — 4:20.61

Individual Men’s Results

  1. Guilherme Malheiros — 3:44.18
  2. Justin Medeiros — 4:01.83
  3. Dallin Pepper — 4:06.23
  4. Nick Mathew — 4:07.78
  5. Brent Fikowski — 4:08.70
  6. Lazar Đukić — 4:08.82
  7. Roman Khrennikov — 4:11.24
  8. Tudor Magda — 4:12.96
  9. Jeffrey Adler — 4:14.48
  10. Patrick Vellner — 4:14.77

Hat Trick Breakdown

Three rounds for total time of:

Rest four minutes between rounds.

Women: 14-pound ball to 11 feet, snatch 70-pound dumbbell | Men: 20-pound ball to 12 feet, snatch 100-pound dumbbell

Rinse N’ Repeat Results

This was a pivotal point for group leaders Toomey and Garard. With just two days left, they need to extend their leads to hold position over the runner-ups — Mal O’Brien for the women and Justin Medeiros for the men.

Thanks to a fourth place finish for Toomey (and eighth for O’Brien), she sits 53 points ahead of the young American. As for Garard, he placed ninth to Medeiros’ seventh-place finish. 

READ: BarBend’s Event Eight Eight Rinse N’ Repeat Recap and Results

Individual Women’s Results

  1. Lucy Campbell — 138 calories
  2. Amanda Barnhart — 134 calories
  3.  Laura Horvath — 133 calories
  4. Tia-Clair Toomey — 131 calories
  5. Kara Saunders — 130 calories
  6. Haley Adams — 129 calories
  7. Matilde Garnes — 129 calories
  8. Mal O’Brien — 128 calories
  9. Arielle Loewen — 128 calories
  10. Brooke Wells — 127 calories

Individual Men’s Results

  1. Roman Khrennikov — 160 calories
  2. Dallin Pepper — 157 calories
  3. Jonne Koski — 154 calories 
  4. Lazar Đukić — 153 calories
  5. Sam Kwant — 153 calories
  6. Brent Fikowski — 153 calories
  7. Justin Medeiros — 152 calories
  8. Cole Sager — 148 calories
  9. Cole Greashaber — 148 calories
  10. Ricky Garard — 147 calories

Rinse N’ Repeat Breakdown

Every two minutes:

*Add two calories each round for six rounds, then complete as many calories as possible for rounds seven and eight.

Friday Results

After a rocky start — well, rocky for her — Tia-Clair Toomey is back on top of the leaderboard, leading 18-year-old Mallory O’Brien by just two points. And it appears that the “changing of the guard” is the vibe of the Individual Women’s division, with 17-year-old Emma Lawson in third, and Haley Adams (21) in fourth.

After a four-year suspension, Ricky Garard is in a pretty commanding lead. After Day Three, he leads 2021 Games champion Justin Medeiros by 25 points. Russian athlete Roman Khrennikov is behind Medeiros by 21 points — the top spot is still very much up for grabs. 

READ: BarBend’s Day Three Recap and Results

Echo Press Results

Event Seven — but really the eighth event on the leaderboard — rounds out Day Three in brutal fashion. The event is currently underway, with the men having wrapped. Will Moorad snuck out the win, with leader Ricky Garard logging his worst performance (he’s still in first overall). Justin Medeiros is still in second overall and managed to close the gap to Garard; he trails by just 25 points. 

Alexis Raptis took Echo Press — handily! Toomey extended her lead over O’Brien with a second-place finish, and Emma McQuaid of Ireland came in third. 

READ: BarBend’s Event Seven Echo Press Recap and Results

Individual Men’s Results

  1. Will Moorad — 6:30.15
  2. Jayson Hopper — 6:57.82
  3. Roman Khrennikov — 7:02.22
  4. Enrico Zenoni — 7:07.08
  5. Justin Medeiros — 7:29.07
  6. Spencer Panchik — 7:38.91
  7. André Houdet — 7:44.44
  8. Colten Mertens — 7:55.89
  9. Patrick Vellner — 8:08.35
  10. Guilherme Malheiros — 8:10.35

Individual Women’s Results

  1. Alexis Raptis — 6:41.18
  2. Tia-Clair Toomey — 7:45.28
  3. Emma McQuaid — 8:01.72
  4. Caroline Conners — 8:36.64
  5. Dani Speegle — 8:57.34
  6. Paige Powers — 9:24.43
  7. Seungyeon Choi — 9:31.93
  8. Alex Gazan — 9:39.33
  9. Emma Lawson — 9:43.37
  10. Arielle Loewen — 10:04.54

Echo Press Breakdown

For time:

  • Echo Bike — Men: 30 calories | Women: 25 calories
  • 10 block Handstand Push-up
  • Echo Bike — Men: 20 calories | Women: 15 calories
  • 10 block Handstand Push-up
  • Echo Bike — Men: 20 calories | Women: 15 calories
  • 10 block Handstand Push-up
  • Echo Bike — Men: 30 calories | Women: 25 calories

Women: two-inch deficit
Men: 3.5-inch deficit

Time cap: 10 minutes.

Up and Over Results

Though it’s listed as Event Six by CrossFit, Up and Over is the seventh event of the CrossFit Games. (Event Two consisted of two workouts which were counted as separate events.)

Toomey’s stiffest competition remains against O’Brien, who refuses to let up. After Up and Over, Toomey has a mere five-point lead over the young American. Lawson of Canada isn’t too far behind, either, but will have to remain consistent if she wants to fend off Haley Adams. 

READ: BarBend’s Event Six Up and Over Recap and Results

Individual Men’s Results

  1. Saxon Panchik — 12:40.00
  2. Justin Medeiros — 13:09.31
  3. Ricky Garard — 13:17.76
  4. Samuel Kwant — 13:37.84
  5. Björgvin Karl Gudmundsson — 13:39.71
  6. Cole Sager — 13:44.84
  7. Noah Ohlsen — 14:05.20
  8. Patrick Vellner — 14:09.22
  9. Uldis Upenieks — 14:13.72
  10. Spencer Panchik —14:13.97

Individual Women’s Results

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey — 11:58.92
  2. Mal O’Brien — 12::58.91
  3. Emma Lawson — 13:29.56
  4. Haley Adams — 13:41.11
  5. Danielle Brandon — 13:41.83
  6. Kara Saunders — 13:46.47
  7. Matilde Garnes — 13:52.24
  8. Baylee Rayl — 14:15.70
  9. Paige Semenza — 14:30.20
  10. Arielle Loewen — 14:36.73

Up and Over Breakdown

3 rounds for time:

  • 12 muscle-ups
  • 25 jump-overs
  • 30 GHD sit-ups

Then,

  • 84-ft weighted lunge

Time cap: 18 minutes

Women: Jump 50-in log; 30-in box, 20-in pig, lunge 125-lb axle bar

Men: Jump 50-in log; 42-in box, 20-in pig, lunge 185-lb axle bar

The Capitol Results

Athletes lost their rest day, which was scheduled for the second day of the Games (August 4th). The Capitol  featured heavy pig flips, a 3.5-mile run, and then a series of loaded carries up stairs. Here’s how the athletes performed. 

READ: BarBend’s Event Five The Capitol Recap and Results

Individual Women’s Results

  1. Gabriela Migała — 33:34.67
  2. Laura Horvath — 35:02.72
  3. Tia-Clair Toomey — 35:11.29
  4. Brooke Wells — 35:13.89
  5. Haley Adams — 35:51.51
  6. Danielle Brandon — 36:05.00
  7. Amanda Barnhart — 36:05.92
  8. Kristi Eramo O’Connell — 37:12.19
  9. Mal O’Brien — 37:20.04
  10. Emma McQuaid — 37:58.62

Individual Men’s Results

  1. Ricky Garard — 31:54.47
  2. Roman Khrennikov — 32:01.47
  3. Travis Mayer — 32:16.22
  4. Sam Kwant — 32:47.67
  5. Jayson Hopper — 33:04.11
  6. Jeffrey Adler — 33:16.60
  7. Alex Vigneault — 33:53.84
  8. Justin Medeiros — 34:08.32
  9. Björgvin Karl Gudmundsson — 34:12.77
  10. Bayden Brown — 34:27.50 

The Capitol Breakdown

For time:

  • 20 Pig flips
  • 3.5-mile run
  • 200-m Jerry bag carry
  • 200-m Husafell carry

Women: 350-lb Pig, (2) 70-lb Jerry bags, 150-lb Husafell
Men: 510-lb Pig, (2) 100-lb Jerry bags, 200-lb Husafell

Thursday Results

Day Two of the 2022 CrossFit Games was initially scheduled to be a rest day for Individuals and Teams. However, due to inclement weather on Day One, Individual Event Two — “Shuttle to Overhead” — was pushed into the rest day. Event Two featured a three-round combination of shuttle runs of increasing distance and max reps in the jerk within set time caps.

READ: BarBend’s Day Two Recap and Results

Event Two Results

READ: BarBend’s Event Two Shuttle to Overhead Recap and Results

Individual Women’s Results (Workout A — Run)

  1. Haley Adams — 6:59.46
  2. Tia-Clair Toomey — 7:08.14
  3. Gabriela Migała — 7:17.19
  4. Kristi Eramo O’Connell — 7:20.73
  5. Seher Kaya — 7:24.68
  6. Brooke Wells — 7:26.21
  7. Lucy Campbell — 7:28.74
  8. Thuridur Erla Helgadottir — 7:30.92
  9. Emma Lawson —7:33.66
  10. Matilde Garnes — 7:38.23

Individual Women’s Results (Workout B — Jerk)

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey — 18 reps 
  2. Danielle Brandon — 15 reps 
  3. Mal O’Brien — 14 reps
  4. Emma Lawson — 13 reps (T-fourth)
  5. Matilde Garnes — 13 reps (T-fourth)
  6. Gabriela Migała — 12 reps (T-sixth)
  7. Jacqueline Dahlstrøm — 12 reps (T-sixth)
  8. Brooke Wells — 12 reps (T-sixth)
  9. Emma McQuaid — 12 reps (T-sixth)
  10. Arielle Loewen — 12 reps (T-sixth)

Individual Men’s Results (Workout A — Run)

  1. Uldis Upenieks — 6:51.06
  2. Ricky Garard — 6:58.74
  3. Saxon Panchik — 6:59.06
  4. Patrick Vellner — 7:05.10
  5. Cole Sager — 7:05.22
  6. Alexandre Caron — 7:05.73
  7. Henrik Haapalainen — 7:06.02
  8. Jayson Hopper — 7:06.45
  9. Bayden Brown — 7:06.80
  10. Samuel Kwant — 7:08.21

Individual Men’s Results (Workout B — Jerk)

  1. Jeffrey Adler — 19 reps
  2. Saxon Panchik — 17 reps
  3. Justin Medeiros — 16 reps (T-third)
  4. Ricky Garard — 16 reps (T-third)
  5. Jayson Hopper — 16 reps (T-third)
  6. Timothy Paulson — 15 reps (T-sixth)
  7. Tudor Magda — 15 reps (T-sixth)
  8. Spencer Panchik — 15 reps (T-sixth)
  9. Roman Khrennikov — 14 reps (T-ninth)
  10. Guilherme Malheiros — 14 reps (T-ninth)

Event Two Breakdown — Shuttle to Overhead

From 0:00-2:00 (two minutes)

  • Run 400 meters
  • Max Jerks

Rest one minute.

From 3:00-6:00 (three minutes)

  • Run 600 meters
  • Max Jerks

Rest two minutes.

From 8:00-12:00 (four minutes)

  • Run 800 meters
  • Max Jerks

Women: 200 pounds
Men: 300 pounds

In each round, athletes performed the run and then completed as many jerks (shoulder-to-overheads) as possible in the time remaining. It was scored as two separate 100-point events.

The first Shuttle to Overhead workout (A) score was an athlete’s total time to complete the three runs. The second Shuttle to Overhead workout (B) was the total number of jerks completed across the three rounds.

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Wednesday Results

The CrossFit Games got off to a rocky start. There was confusion in Event One with athletes performing too few or too many bike laps, causing the leaderboard to sit in flux. The issue was eventually resolved, but then a storm caused a multi-hour rain delay between Team heats. 

As a result, Event Two — which is set to be performed outside — was moved to Thursday, August 4. Thursday was a planned rest day for athletes. 

READ: BarBend’s Day One Recap and Results

[Related: Athletes to Watch in Every Division of the 2022 CrossFit Games]

Event One Results

Toomey was the obvious favorite going into the event. Though the Australian didn’t disappoint, it was American Haley Adams who came with with the win, finishing three seconds faster than the five-time Fittest Woman on Earth®. This was Adams’s first career event win at the CrossFit Games.

CrossFitter Haley Adams walks with her bike at the 2022 CrossFit Games
Photo By William Johnson (@barbellstories on Instagram)

Note: There was confusion on the field as some athletes did not seem to complete the required number of laps during the biking portion of the event. After a few hours, CrossFit made an announcement in regards to how the event would be scored. 

According to CrossFit, Spencer Panchik, Lazar Dukic, Danielle Brandon, and Elena Carratala Sanahuja missed laps. Their slowest lap time was added to their recorded time as a way to recalculate their final scores.

Seungyeon Choi logged an extra lap. CrossFit reviewed the footage and recorded the accurate time based on the work she was meant to put in. 

READ: BarBend’s Event One Bike to Work Recap and Results

Individual Women’s Results

  1. Haley Adams — 38:23.74
  2. Tia-Clair Toomey — 38:26.64
  3. Emma Lawson — 38.30.48
  4. Alexis Raptis — 39.01.04
  5. Laura Horvath — 39.01.25
  6. Mal O’Brien — 39.06.04
  7. Matilde Garnes — 39.07.12
  8. Danielle Brandon — 39.38.29
  9. Lucy Campbell — 39.43.56
  10. Kara Saunders — 39.59.64

Individual Men’s Results

  1. Ricky Garard — 36:47.61
  2. Jonne Koski — 36:49.34
  3. Justin Medeiros — 36:53.65
  4. Jeffrey Adler — 37:06.17
  5. Spencer Panchik — 37:17.00
  6. Roman Khrennikov — 37:18.52
  7. Björgvin Karl Gudmundsson — 37:24.35
  8. Willy Georges — 37:25.29
  9. Moritz Fiebig — 37:29.71
  10. Lazar Đukić — 37:48.00

Event One Breakdown — Bike to Work

For time:

Time cap: 50 minutes

Event Three Results 

Due to poor weather, CrossFit moved Event Two to Thursday, Aug. 4, and skipped right to Event Three. This unique workout narrowed down the field in three phases, all of which were harder to complete on a technical level. Competitors had fewer pegboard climbs to contend with, but had to nail increasingly difficult jump rope and handstand walks. 

2022 CrossFit Games Event 3 Results
Photo By William Johnson (@barbellstories on Instagram)

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The biggest shocker was that Tia-Clair Toomey didn’t make it past the first round, finishing the event in 23rd. It was her worst Games event performance since 2015, placing her in ninth overall. 

In the final stage of Event Three, no woman could get past the double-under crossovers. Danielle Brandon, who ultimately won the event, was visibly frustrated. 

READ: BarBend’s Event Three Skill Speed Medley Recap and Results

Individual Women

  1. Danielle Brandon
  2. Rebecca Fuselier
  3. Emma Lawson
  4. Elisa Fuliano
  5. Mal O’Brien
  6. Jacqueline Dahlstrøm
  7. Arielle Loewen
  8. Thuridur Erla Helgadottir
  9. Haley Adams
  10. Kristi Eramo O’Connell

Individual Men

  1. Nick Mathew
  2. Guilherme Malheiros
  3. Justin Medeiros
  4. Pat Vellner
  5. Ricky Garard
  6. Will Moorad
  7. Jonne Koski
  8. Lazar Dukic
  9. Roman Khrennikov
  10. Austin Spencer

Event Three Breakdown — Skill Speed Medley

3 rounds of races through pegboards, jump ropes, pistols, and handstand walks.

Quarterfinal Round:

  • 3/2 pegboard ascents
  • 75 unbroken single-unders
  • 10 unbroken single-leg squats, left
  • 10 unbroken single-leg squats, right
  • Handstand walk course

Semifinal Round:

  • 2/1 strict pegboard ascents
  • 50 unbroken double-unders
  • 10 unbroken single-leg squats, left
  • 10 unbroken single-leg squats, right
  • Handstand walk course, pirouette start

Final Round:

  • 1 strict pegboard ascent
  • 25 double-under crossovers
  • 10 unbroken single-leg squats, left
  • 10 unbroken single-leg squats, right
  • Handstand walk course, low start

Event Four Results

On any regular day, Elizabeth would see athletes blitz through a descending rep scheme of 21-15-9 for thrusters and ring dips. But this is the CrossFit Games, so you can safely assume that the event engineers are going to take whatever WOD exists and alter it just enough to challenge the fittest people on the planet. 

This remix of Elizabeth — Elizabeth Elevated — swapped thrusters for squat cleans and ring dips for parallel dips with parallel bar traverses.

Emma Lawson staring into the camera as athletes pass her by in Event 4 of the 2022 CrossFit Games
Photo By William Johnson (@barbellstories on Instagram)

Arielle Loewen, Kara Saunders, and Mal O’Brien — who is having a stellar showing so far — were the top three for the Women. Pat Vellner, Björgvin Karl Gudmundsson, and Colten Mertens were the top three Men. 

Individual Women

  1. Arielle Loewen — 10:17.06
  2. Kara Saunders — 10:31.72
  3. Mal O’Brien — 10:33.77
  4. Kristi Eramo O’Connell — 10:37.31
  5. Emma McQuaid — 10:42.96
  6. Danielle Brandon — 10:48.71
  7. Dani Speegle — 11:03.74
  8. Baylee Rayl — 11:14.72
  9. Tia-Clair Toomey — 11:22.64
  10. Christine Kolenbrander — 11:37.19

Individual Men

  1. Pat Vellner — 8:42.16
  2. Björgvin Karl Gudmundsson — 9:20.11
  3. Colten Mertens — 9:24.49
  4. Noah Ohlsen — 9:39.12
  5. Uldis Upenieks — 9:46.81
  6. Cole Greashaber — 9:48.01
  7. Ricky Garard — 9:49.82
  8. Lazar Đukić — 9:57.34
  9. Nick Mathew — 9:58.84
  10. Enrico Zenoni — Cap + two

Event Four Breakdown — Elizabeth Elevated

21-15-9-9-9 reps for time of:

  • Squat cleans
  • Dips with parallel bar traverses

Women: 95-lb cleans
Men: 135-lb cleans

Time cap: Women — 12 minutes, Men — 10 minutes

Event Two — Shuttle to Overhead

Due to inclement weather, Event Two has been moved to Thursday, Aug. 4. 

From 0:00-2:00 (two minutes)

  • Run 400 meters
  • Max Jerks

Rest one minute.

From 3:00-6:00 (three minutes)

  • Run 600 meters
  • Max Jerks

Rest two minutes.

From 8:00-12:00 (four minutes)

  • Run 800 meters
  • Max Jerks

Women: 200 pounds
Men: 300 pounds

In each round, athletes will perform the run and then complete as many jerks (shoulder-to-overheads) as possible in the time remaining. This will be scored as two separate 100-point events.

The first Shuttle to Overhead workout (A) score will be an athlete’s total time to complete the three runs. The second Shuttle to Overhead workout (B) will be the total number of jerks completed across the three rounds.

2022 CrossFit Games Athlete Withdrawals

This list tracks any and all athletes who withdraw over the course of the Games.  

  • Emily Rolfe (Individual Women)
  • Tom Muhlbeier (Men 65+)
  • Sam Dancer (35-39)
  • Darius Boockholdt (50-54)
  • Andrew Livingston (50-54)
  • Kealan Henry (Individual)
  • Dave Rempel (50-54)
  • Clint Paddock (50-54)
  • Dustin McWilliams (40-44)
  • Alyssa Kobela (Neuromuscular)
  • Giulia Roggio (40-44)
  • CrossFit Yas (Teams)
  • KT CrossFit (Teams)

FAQs

Who won the CrossFit Games in 2021?

Last year, Tia-Clair Toomey of Australia clinched her fifth win in the Individual Women’s division, tying her with five-time Games winner Mat Fraser. If Toomey wins the Games this year, she’ll be the winningest Individual athlete of all time. Toomey is also a 2018 Commonwealth Games weightlifting champion, a 2016 Olympian (weightlifting), and holds the record for the most CrossFit Games event wins (33).

Justin Medeiros became the first man since Fraser’s dominant reign to win the Games. At 22 years old, Medeiros won just one event (out of 15) to capture his first Games victory. He placed out of the the top 10 just twice throughout the comp.

How much money can athletes win at the 2022 CrossFit Games?

The total prize pool is $2,845,000 across all divisions, which includes new payouts to the podium divisions of five Adaptive divisions.

First place in the Individual divisions gets $310,000. The first-place team gets $100,000. For the full prize money breakdown, check out this article.

How can I watch the CrossFit Games?

You can watch the Games through YouTube, the CrossFit Games app, Facebook, Twitch, and Pluto TV. The only exception is the final time slot (see below), which will air exclusively on CBS. 

Here is the full streaming schedule. The times listed are in CST, but viewers can find the Games schedule in their local time through the CrossFit Games app.

  • Wednesday, Aug. 3 — 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. CST
  • Thursday, Aug. 4 — 9 a.m. – 6:15 p.m. CST
  • Friday, Aug. 5 — 9 a.m. – 7:15 p.m. CST
  • Saturday, Aug. 6 — 8 a.m. – 8:20 p.m. CST
  • Sunday, Aug. 7 — 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. CST
  • Sunday, Aug. 7 — 12 – 2 p.m. CST on CBS Television Network

The Individuals and Teams Divisions will kick off the Games on Wednesday, Aug. 3. On Thursday, Aug. 4, the Adaptive and Age Group Divisions will start off their competitions. Adaptive and Age Group will both wrap up on Saturday, Aug. 6.

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