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A League of Their Own — Mat Fraser, Tia-Clair Toomey Win 2020 CrossFit Games

Fraser earned his record fifth consecutive title and Toomey her record fourth consecutive title.

The theme of the 2020 CrossFit Games Finals weekend was utter domination. Mathew Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey put on one of the best performances ever seen at a CrossFit Games. After 12 events, the reigning and defending Fittest Man and Woman on Earth® claimed their fifth and fourth consecutive championships, respectively. Fraser and Toomey finished with 1,150 and 1,025 points.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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After day one, Toomey led the women’s division by 85 points, while Fraser led the men’s division by 220 points. On day two, they were both perfect — sweeping first place in all four events and making a championship victory all but official.

On day three, Toomey continued to lead the women in the first two events. And although Fraser narrowly lost the first event of day two to Samuel Kwant, he accumulated a near-perfect score. Here’s the full leaderboard from the weekend:


RankCountryNamePoints
1Tia-Clair Toomey1025
2Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir665
3Kari Pearce585
4Haley Adams560
5Brooke Wells525
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2020 CrossFit Games Finals Recap Video

Did you miss the action? Or maybe you just want to experience one of the greatest performances in the history of the CrossFit Games? Either way, check out our Finals recap video below.

Tia-Clair Toomey’s Finals Performance

Toomey finished the finals with 1,025 points out of a possible 1,200. Here is how she performed in each event:

Day One Results:

Day Two Results:

Day Three Results:

Mat Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey
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Mathew Fraser’s Finals Performance

Fraser finished the finals with 1,150 points out of a possible 1,200. He placed second in just two events, causing him to come up 50 points short of a perfect performance. Here’s how he fared over three days:

Day One Results:

  • 2007 Reload, First — 13:07.02
  • Corn Sack Sprint, First — 2:51.54
  • CrossFit Total, Second — 492-pound squat / 210-pound press  / 535-pound deadlift / 1,237 pounds
  • Handstand Sprint, First — 1:20.85
  • Ranch Loop, First — 57:47.45

Day Two Results:

  • Toes-To-Bar/Lunge, First — 3:04.77
  • Snatch Speed Triple, First — 21.04 / 25.47 / 44.05
  • Bike Repeater, First — 12:54.76
  • Happy Star, First — 8:18.21

Day Three Results:

  • Swim ‘N’ Stuff, Second — 2:03.76 / 1:59.24 / 2:22.51 / 2:11.63 — 8:38.14
  • Sprint Sled Sprint, First — 0:56.08
  • Atalanta, First — 51:46.66

In winning the 2020 CrossFit Games, Fraser and Toomey also earned the $300,000 prize. This was Fraser’s record fifth consecutive CrossFit Games title, passing Rich Froning, who he was previously tied with coming into the Finals. This was Tia-Clair Toomey’s fourth consecutive CrossFit Games title, the most ever by a female athlete. The two training partners have cemented themselves as absolute legends of the sport. 

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