You play for Sweeps – Toomey and Fraser win Happy Star

You play for Sweeps – Toomey and Fraser win Happy Star
You play for Sweeps – Toomey and Fraser win Happy Star
After Mathew Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey scored their third wins in a row on the second day of the Bike Repeater event, two questions arose that affected the last event of the day and the ninth event overall: Could someone change another event Victory as the defending champion? And what was the ninth event that was added this morning to be held at the ranch?

Here’s what the athletes had to do in Event 9 – Happy Star:

Four rounds:

  • 200 to 300 meter mountain run

5-7-9-11 repetitions of:

Each mountain run was on a different hill.

Women 95-105-110-115 pound engines / men 135-145-155-165 pound engines

Happy Star Women Results:

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey – 8: 42,59
  2. Kari Pearce – 9: 17.37
  3. Katrin Tanja Davíðsdóttir – 9: 32.02
  4. Brooke Wells – 10: 05.21
  5. Haley Adams – 10: 18,46

Happy Star Men Results:

  1. Mathew Fraser – 8: 18.21
  2. Samuel Kwant – 8: 33,91
  3. Jeffrey Adler – 8: 40,17
  4. Noah ohlsen – 8: 54,53
  5. Justin Medeiros – 8: 59,33

[Related: Complete Domination: Toomey and Fraser Win All 4 Events on Day 2]

Happy Star Highlights

The women were lining up for the first mountain run and event nine was underway. Brooke Wells led the run and was the first to their engines, but it was more or less a breakneck start with everyone on par as the athletes’ lanes were no longer on track. In the third lap, Wells pushed their lead with Toomey not far behind. Katrin Tanja Davíðsdóttir, Haley Adams and Kari Pearce ran as a pack up and down the third hill.

In the final run, Wells and Toomey were still battling for first place when Pearce made his way into the middle of the field, with Davíðsdóttir and Adams in fourth and fifth respectively. On the final engines, Toomey’s reps were clean and she crossed the finish line to complete one perfect sweep on day two. Wells struggled after failing a few reps and opened the door for Pearce and Davíðsdóttir to overtake them in that order.

Wells was able to save fourth place, leaving the last place for Adams.

Photo by Duke Loren / CrossFit Games

[Related: Toomey And Fraser Start Day 2 With Wins In Event 6]

The first run for the men kept their track order: Samuel Kwant, Justin Medeiros, Fraser, Jeffrey Adler and Noah Ohlsen. Kwant, who started the race in last place overall but was only 45 points behind second place, led the field into the second round of the burpees. His lead was short-lived, as Fraser claimed, and then accelerated the pace for the next two laps.

Like his training partner Toomey, Fraser ended a perfect second day by winning all four events. Medeiros seemed to run out of gas in the last run and was way behind the last set of burpees. Kwant finished second throughout the event, scoring the much-needed 75 points. Adler was seven seconds behind Kwant; Ohlsen and Medeiros rounded it off.

The last day is near

Toomey and Fraser start with a very, very strong lead into the third day, on which (as of now) two events will take place. Nothing is impossible however, the rest of the leaderboards in both divisions are still in flux and podiums are still everyone’s game. You can read more about the events athletes are going through today and check out our leaderboard and results page to keep track of all the action.

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