CrossFit® Open Workout 19.2 Announced

Competing in the 2019 CrossFit Open? Check out Open Workout 19.2!

And just like that, we are already two weeks into 2019 CrossFit Open. Like last week’s workout announcement, CrossFit Open Workout 19.2 has multiple announcement locations spread across the globe. CrossFit Open Workout 19.2 was announced live from two different locations, one being  CrossFit Aorta in Germany, and the second at CrossFit FX in Australia.

Without further ado, CrossFit Open Workout 19.2 is…

CrossFit Open Workout 19.2

Round 1

  • 25 toes-to-bar, 50 double-unders, 15 squat cleans with 135 lbs for men / 85 lbs for women

Round 2

  • 25 toes-to-bar, 50 double-unders, and 13 squat cleans with 185 lbs for men / 115 lbs for women

If you complete two rounds in 8 minutes, then add four minutes of additional time. 

Round 3

  • 25 toes-to-bar, 50 double-unders, and 11 squat cleans with 225 lbs for men / 145 lbs for women

If you complete three rounds in 12 minutes, then add four minutes of additional time.  

Round 4

  • 25 toes-to-bar, 50 double-unders, and 9 squat cleans with 275 lbs for men / 175 lbs for women  

If you complete four rounds in 16 minutes, then add four minutes of additional time. 

Round 5

  • 25 toes-to-bar, 50 double-unders, and 7 squat cleans with 315 lbs for men / 205 lbs for women

Timecap: 20-minutes

Curious about all of the CrossFit Sanctional events? Make sure to check out the full 2019 CrossFit Games schedule

CrossFit Open Workout 19.1 Wrap-Up

Last week’s workout featured a 15-minute AMRAP with 19 wall balls and a 19 calorie row. As of right now, the tentative scores have been updated on the CrossFit Open leaderboard and we’ve included the top five worldwide leaders in the Open men and women’s divisions — check them out below.

Note: These scores could be subject to change as the 2019 CrossFit Open progresses. 

Open Leaders After 19.1 — Men

  1. Snoore Fjaagesund (411 reps)
  2. Lazar Dukic (411 reps)
  3. Alex Wertheim (409 reps)
  4. Travis Mead (400 reps)
  5. Jason Carroll (400 reps)

Open Leaders After 19.1 — Women

  1. Olivia Leeper (371 reps)
  2. Mikaela Norman (366 reps)
  3. Danielle Sidell (361 reps)
  4. Annie Thorisdottir (358 reps)
  5. Karin Freyova (358 reps)

CrossFit Games Qualification Reminder

Remember, this year’s CrossFit Open is serving as the main qualifying event for the 2019 CrossFit Games. For the 2019 Open and CrossFit Games, the top 20 worldwide athletes will qualify for the games. In addition, two National Champions (one man/0ne woman) from every country that has an affiliate registered and in good standing with CrossFit HQ will also qualify.

This means there will be more athletes than ever competing at the 2019 CrossFit Games. To read more on this, check out some of the major CrossFit Games Rulebook Changes!

Feature image from @crossfitgames Instagram page, photo from @k8lynkassis. 

Jake Boly

Jake Boly

Jake holds a Master's in Sports Science and a Bachelor's in Exercise Science. Currently, Jake serves as the Fitness and Training Editor at BarBend.

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Jake competes in powerlifting in the 181 lb weight class, and considers himself a professional knee rehabber after tearing his quad squatting in 2017. On the side of writing full time, Jake works as a part-time strength coach and works with clients through his personal business Concrete Athletics in New York City.

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