CrossFit Games Day Three Recap, line by line

CrossFit Games Day Three Recap, line by line
CrossFit Games Day Three Recap, line by line

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The final day of the 2020 CrossFit Games opened at the Morgan Hill Sports Complex, and for the first time over the weekend, participants were in the hall. The athletes were ready to get wet when the first docket event was announced in advance, to be held on the indoor pool deck. The day would come to an end after both men and women achieved historic feats.

Ranking list, final

  1. Mathew Fraser – 1150 | Tia-Clair Toomey – 1025
  2. Samuel Kwant – 605 | Katrin Davidsdottir – 665
  3. Justin Medeiros – 560 | Kari Pearce – 585
  4. Noah Ohlsen – 540 | Haley Adams – 560
  5. Jeffrey Adler – 505 | Brooke Wells – 525

Event 10: Swim ‚N‘ Stuff, Herrenabteilung

  • Four rounds, every 4 minutes per minute, each for the time:
  • Airbike-Kalorien (15/10)
  • Swim 50 meters
  • 10 GHD-Sit-ups
  • 10 Ball Slams (60/40 lb)
  • Rounds 2 and 4 are completed in reverse order
  • The keys to this workout were speed on the bike, coping with mistakes due to wet hands and feet, speeding up the swim, and most importantly, controlling your heart rate between intervals. The men went to the pool deck first.
  • Noah Ohlsen took the lead early and ended the first break in two minutes. Kwant was only half a second behind, Madeiros a second and Fraser three seconds behind. Adler got the final point at 2:08:74. Remarkably, Fraser’s hands slipped on a ball slam and cost him precious seconds.
  • After a two-minute break, the second break began, this time in reverse order, starting with the ball bang instead of the Assault Bike. Fraser changed his strategy, holding the ball the whole time, tapping the floor instead of dropping it. It paid off when he won the round in 1: 29.24, but Samuel Kwant was just under a second behind. Ohlsen, Madeiros and Adler all fell behind.
  • In the third round, Kwant opened up a big head start on the bike, hitting the pool 6 seconds ahead of Fraser, who put the ball back instead of touching it between reps. Kwant finished 2: 16.64 and added his pillow against Fraser, who finished 2: 23.51. Madeiros, Ohlsen and Adler all fell back a little more.
  • Samuel Kwant went into the finals 11 seconds ahead. Fraser reverted to his touch-n-go strategy on the slam balls, hitting the pool first, but Kwant held it tight and didn’t allow Fraser to open a big lead. Out of the pool and on to the bike, Kwant kept the pressure on, finishing just two seconds behind the four-time champion, securing his first career win and 100 points in the process.
  • With his outstanding overall lead, Fraser held the top spot with 435 points ahead of Event 11, while Kwant overtook Adler and was in second place with 60 points.

Event 10: Swim ‚N‘ Stuff, Frauenabteilung

  • Next came the women and Tia-Clair Toomey is always the favorite when an event involves swimming. Haley Adams also wanted to catch up a bit, as swimming and GHD sit-ups are an integral part of the CrossFit Mayhem exercise program.
  • Toomey last got off his motorcycle on the first lap, but characteristically made up the time in the water and was the first to go to the GHD. Adams held on and due to a no-rep Toomey received at the Ball Slams, Adams went into the round at 2:05:42 PM. Davidsdottir was only half a second behind and Toomey was third at 2:08:17.
  • In the second round, all five athletes did the Slam Balls Touch-n-Go style. Adams ripped through their GHDs and hit the pool first, but Toomey quickly closed the gap. Toomey finished the lap first, with Adams close behind. Davidsdottir fell back slightly and was third with 2: 07.95.
  • The women pushed hard on the bike on lap three and Toomey, Davidsdottir and Adams all plunged into their swim lanes bound. Toomey opened up a big lead in the water and finished the lap 8 seconds ahead of Davidsdottir and Adams, who were neck to neck at 2: 19.33 and 2: 19.99, respectively.
  • On the final break, Adams was the first in the pool, but like the first three laps, Toomey started in the water. She won the event for the fifth time in a row and Adams, second, moved up from fourth to third overall, 45 points behind Davidsdottir. Toomey extended their lead on second place to 335 points.

Event 11: Sprint Sled Sprint, women’s section

  • For the time:
  • 100-Yard-Sprint
  • 100 yard sled push
  • 100-Yard-Sprint
  • Women 80-lb. Sledge
  • Males 105-lb. Next
  • No time limit
  • There wasn’t much strategy for this event – accept that it would hurt and go as hard as you can. The women were the first this time and all five finished the first sprint within a few meters of each other.
  • Tia-Clair Toomey and Brooke Wells opened up a head start on the sled thrust and ducked it the full length. Notably, Wells held the sled up and almost lifted the back of the rails off the floor while Toomey reached deeper and leaned forward.
  • In the last sprint, Toomey opened up a lead and held out until the end, ending with 1: 05.23. She took the event win and combined Fraser’s record of six consecutive races set yesterday. Wells finished in second place, moving up to fourth and Pearce to fifth. Adams stayed in third overall, but only 15 points ahead of Wells.

Event 11: Sprint Sled Sprint, Herren Division

  • In the 3-2-1 go, the men took off at breakneck speed and hit the sled in 15 seconds, almost all of them at the same time.
  • Fraser and Kwant opened up a head start on the sled push and headed head to head down the field. In particular, Fraser handled the sled well, a device that gave him some problems in 2019.
  • In the final sprint, Kwant put Fraser under pressure that would almost knock him out of the way at the finish. However, Fraser extended his leg and chip timer over the line of 0.37 seconds faster. Fraser recorded his 13th event win in Stage Two and his 17th of the 2020 games overall. Kwant finished second, first and second in the last three races and finished second with 85 points ahead of Madeiros.
  • After the end of the event, Fraser commented When he stopped Kwant, he said, “I didn’t even have to look to the side. I saw him from the side of my sight. I almost tripped a couple of times the first time I turned around. My legs weren’t moving the way I imagined, and then it was like muscle failure in the last 20 or 30 meters. So that was all grit, determination, convey. ”

Event 12: Atalanta, both departments

  • For the time:
  • Run 1 mile
  • 100 handstand pushups
  • 200 one-legged squats
  • 300 pull-ups
  • Run 1 mile
  • W 14 pound vest
  • M 20 pound vest
  • The final event of the 2020 Games, which is considered the toughest CrossFit event in history, started with all ten finalists in one run. With a start time of 3 p.m., the temperature in Aromas, CA was 68 degrees.
  • Kari Pearce, who had to beat Haley Adams by two positions, quickly started on the run as most of the pack leveled off at a comfortable pace. Adams kicked harder and took a small lead over Pearce about halfway through the first mile. Adams finished the first mile and did her handstand push-ups after 8 minutes. At 8:30 am everyone was there working on their sets of 100.
  • Pearce was the first to finish her handstand pushups in 4 minutes and started her one leg squat at 12:16 p.m. Nine minutes later, she had 200 pistols completed and at 9:05 p.m. began splitting off her 300 pull-ups.
  • In the men’s squat, Fraser took a slight head start on one leg and worked in a middle lane alongside his training partner Tia-Clair Toomey. Samuel Kwant had mathematically second place on the podium, while Madeiros, Adler and Ohlsen battled for third place and Ohlsen opened up a 35 reps advantage over his opponents in the middle of the pull-ups.
  • In the last 100 pull-ups, Katrin Davidsdottir took a step on Pearce and began to fill the gap. Adams tore both hands on the pull-up bar and Toomey overtook them.
  • Pearce finished the pull-ups at 39:46 and headed for the last mile. Davidsdottir finished at 40:14 and started chasing Pearce. Meanwhile, Adams was still on the pull-up bar.
  • Ohlsen overtook Fraser in the last 20 pull-ups and started his run hoping to secure a first place and jump from fifth to third place overall. In particular, Fraser finished his pull-ups and waited a few seconds for Toomey to finish her last set so they could run together.
  • Pearce struggled to fend off Davidsdottir and finished the event 47: 56.68 in one of the bravest performances in CrossFit Games history to claim her first event win of the year and a spot on the podium and one End six year drought on the podium for American women. Davidsdottir finished the race at 49: 09.96 and secured second place.
  • Fraser and Toomey ran the final mile together and got about halfway past Ohlsen to put an end to his hopes for the podium. They finished the race with 51: 46.66. Together they made history by winning their fifth and fourth CrossFit Games titles.

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