Want to watch the CrossFit Games 2020?
Here’s everything you need to know.
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Today (Friday 10/23) is the first day of the final phase of the games:
The events will be streamed live – when should you watch?
Friday 10/23 Schedule of Events (broadcast schedule).
- 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT
- 2:30 PM ET / 11:30 AM PT
- 5:00 PM ET / 2:00 PM PT
- 7:00 PM ET / 4:00 PM PT
CrossFit Games 2020 Workouts for Friday 10/23
There’s an incredible 5 workouts that the athletes will face today. This is the longest and toughest first day of competition since 2009.
(And remember – this is a 3 day competition!)
CrossFit Games 2020 Workout 1: 2007 – Location TBD
Then 5 rounds of: 10 bar muscle-ups 7 shoulder to overhead (235/145 lbs or 106/65kg)
CrossFit Games 2020 Workout 2: Corn Sack Sprint – The CrossFit Ranch
For time:320m hill sprint with a corn sack (50/30 lbs or 22.6/13.6kg) Time Cap: 8 Minute
CrossFit Games 2020 Workout 3: CrossFit Total – Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center
For total load:1-rep-max back squat 1-rep-max shoulder press 1-rep-max deadlift
CrossFit Games 2020 Workout 4: Event 4 – Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center
CrossFit Games 2020 Workout 5: Trail Run – The CrossFit Ranch
That’s a tough day – glad I’m watching and not competing!
What will Day 2 be like? Check back and we’ll let you know.
About the CrossFit Games 2020
The CrossFit Games are the ultimate proving grounds for the Fittest on Earth™ and are world-renowned as the definitive test of fitness after 13 seasons of international competition.
The hardest test in CrossFit Games history begins Oct. 23. Ten athletes — five women and five men — will face an unknown number of challenges as they seek to prove themselves as the Fittest on Earth. The competition can be watched across a range of broadcast and digital channels, including a live, two-hour broadcast on CBS Television Network on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon PT. Every event of the final stage will stream live.
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