Here’s How Much Money Was Won at the 2022 Rogue Invitational

Six figures in prize money was dished out for the CrossFit and strongman competitions.

The 2022 Rogue Invitational contest featured elite CrossFit competition and the second edition of its 10-athlete strongman contest. The former took place from Oct. 27-30, 2022, and the latter was nestled in between from Oct. 28-29. For the CrossFit contest, Justin Medeiros successfully defended his title, and Laura Horvath ascended the throne vacated by 2021 Rogue Invitational champion Tia-Clair Toomey, who did not compete.

For the strongmen, 2020 World’s Strongest Man (WSM) champion Oleksii Novikov added another milestone victory to his ever-growing resume. Below are the prize payouts won by all athletes in both Invitational competitions and their corresponding percentage of the total prize pool:

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2022 Rogue Invitational Prize Payouts

The initial pot consisted of $1.25 million, $275,000 of which consisted of Bitcoin and therefore had a varied value, though they were purchased at $30,000 per coin. Additionally, five dollars from every ticket sale was added to the prize pool.

At the time of this article’s publication, the total prize pool was $1,272,490. 

CrossFit Invitational Payout — Men’s Division

  1. Justin Medeiros — $218,868 | 17.20 percent
  2. Chandler Smith — $76,349 | Six percent
  3. Jeffrey Adler — $40,720 | 3.2 percent
  4. Patrick Vellner — $30,540 | 2.4 percent
  5. Roman Khrennikov $22,905 |  1.8 percent
  6. Björgvin Gudmundsson — $20,360 | 1.6 percent
  7. Jayson Hopper — $17,815 | 1.4 percent
  8. Samuel Kwant — $15,270 | 1.2 percent
  9. Noah Ohlsen — $10,180 | 0.8 percent
  10. Ricky Garard — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  11. Jonne Koski — $5,090 | 0.4 percent 
  12. Nick Mathew — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  13. Jorge Fernandez — $5,090 | 0.4 percent 
  14. Cole Sager — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  15. Henrik Haapalainen — $5,090 | 0.4 percent 
  16. Saxon Panchik — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  17. Scott Tetlow — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  18. Tim Paulson — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  19. Jack Farlow — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  20. Lazar Đukić — $5,090 | 0.4 percent

CrossFit Invitational Payout — Women’s Division

  1. Laura Horvath — $218,868 | 17.20 percent
  2. Annie Thorisdottir — $76,349 | Six percent 
  3. Emma Lawson — $40,720 | 3.2 percent
  4. Ellie Turner — $30,540 | 2.4 percent
  5. Gabriela Migała — $22,905 |  1.8 percent
  6. Amanda Barnhart — $20,360 | 1.6 percent
  7. Kara Saunders — $17,815 | 1.4 percent
  8. Alexis Raptis$15,270 | 1.2 percent
  9. Danielle Brandon — $10,180 | 0.8 percent
  10. Arielle Loewen — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  11. Manon Angonese — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  12. Dani Speegle — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  13. Emma McQuaid — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  14. Matilde Garnes — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  15. Carolyne Prevost — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  16. Olivia Kerstetter — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  17. Jacqueline Dahlstrøm — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  18. Bailey Rogers — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  19. Anikha Greer — $5,090 | 0.4 percent
  20. Andrea Solberg — $5,090 | 0.4 percent

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Strongman Invitational Payout

  1. Oleksii Novikov — $114,125 | 8.9686 percent
  2. Trey Mitchell — $57,062 | 4.4843 percent
  3. Mitchell Hooper — $34,237 | 2.6906 percent
  4. Martins Licis — $11,412 | 0.8969 percent
  5. Pavlo Nakonechnyy$9,130 | 0.7175 percent
  6. Bobby Thompson — $7,898 | 0.6278 percent
  7. Maxime Boudreault — $6,847 | 0.5381 percent
  8. Rob Kearney — $5,706 | 0.4484 percent
  9. Eythór Ingolfsson Melsted — $4,565 | 0.3587 percent
  10. Kevin Faires — $3,424 | 0.2691 percent

More Rogue Invitational Content

The 2022 Rogue Invitational wrapped up on Sunday, Oct. 30, the last day of competition. Check out these articles from BarBend to catch up on on all the action:

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