Three down, two to go. We are officially three weeks into the 2019 CrossFit Open and the workouts are not slowing down anytime soon. CrossFit Open Workout 19.2 was a strength and power focused repeat workout from 2016, and Open Workout 19.3 is looking equally as tough. This week’s workout announcement is coming live from four locations including the United States, Iceland, Spain, and Argentina.
Without further ado — check out CrossFit Open Workout 19.3 below!
CrossFit Open Workout 19.3
- 200-foot overhead dumbbell lunge (men 50 lb dumbbell, women 35 lb dumbbell)
- 50 Dumbbell box step-ups (men 24 inch box/50 lb dumbbell, women 20 inch box/35 lb dumbbell)
- 50 Strict handstand push-ups
- 200-foot handstand walk
Time Cap: 10-minutes
Curious about all of the CrossFit Sanctional events? Make sure to check out the full 2019 CrossFit Games schedule!
CrossFit Open Workout 19.2 Wrap-Up
Last week’s workout featured an epic repeat from 16.2. 4-Time CrossFit Games Champion Rich Froning took home first in the event for the men, and 4-time Regional athlete Brooke Haas took home first for the women. and 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 19.2 — Men
- Zachery Buntin — 9 points
- Jason Carroll — 21 points
- Alex Vigneault — 22 points
- Travis Mayer — 25 points
- Bjorgvin Karl Gudmundsson — 27 points
Open Leaders After 19.2 — Women
- Sara Sigmundsdottir — 11 points
- Karin Freyova — 12 points
- Dani Speegle — 20 points
- Amanda Barnhardt — 21 points
- Laura Horvath — 23 points
CrossFit Games Qualification Reminder
As a reminder, 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 @hjordisoo.