How to Watch CrossFit Open 18.4 Announcement (Plus Current Leaderboard)

Only two weeks remain in the 2018 CrossFit Open, and we’re beginning to get a hint of the top competitors for the 2018 CrossFit season. With the conclusion of the ridiculously tough Open Workout 18.3, we’re now bracing ourselves for what 18.4 might entail.

The announcement for workout 18.4 will be streamed live tomorrow evening at 5 pm PST from CrossFit Fury in Goodyear, Arizona. If you tune in this week, you’ll get to watch CrossFit Games veterans Björgvin Karl Gudmundsson and Scott Panchik go head-to-head in the first 18.4 workout. Last year, Gudmundsson took home 5th at the Reebok CrossFit Games, while Panchik finished one spot behind him in sixth.

For those wanting to watch the announcement live, check out this link

Current CrossFit Open Leaderboard

If you’re late to the party, workout 18.3’s leaderboard had plenty of score submission errors, and until late last night and early today, it was difficult to tell who actually placed well in the workout. We speculated that this was due to an English language barrier gap and a misunderstanding for record tie break scores.

For example, over 60 entries for the male individual open athletes had errors in them, which made seeing the true overall leaders tough because you couldn’t tell who actually completed the workout in the time cap. As of now, the leaderboard shows only four male athletes completing 18.3 under the 14-minute time cap, with no female athletes doing so.

Below we’ve included the current top 10 leaders from the individual open leaderboard after the first three 2018 CrossFit Open workouts. More and more familiar names are starting to rise to the top of the board.

Top 10 Male Athletes

1. Mathew Fraser: 96 points
2. Alex Vigneault: 393 points
3. George Sterner: 421 points
4. Willy Georges: 432 points
5. Jean-Simon Roy Lemaire: 559 points
6. Patrick Vellner: 604 points
6. Alexandre Caron: 604 points
8. Michael Paloma: 641 points
9. Jake Marconi: 702 points
10: Logan Collins: 716 points

Top 10 Female Athletes

1. Kara Saunders: 170 points
2. Cassidy Lance-McWherter: 172 points
3. Carolyne Prevost: 222 points
4. Mekenzie Riley: 277 points
5. Camille Leblanc-Bazinet: 284 points
6. Annie Thorisdottir: 293 points
7. Brooke Wells: 311 points
8. Jamie Green: 316 points
9. Rachel Garibay: 333 points
10. Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir: 343 points

Feature image from @crossfitgames Instagram page. 

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