The 2010 CrossFit Games
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July 16-18, 2010 • Carson, CA
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United States Qualifiers
British Columbia Sectional Workouts Announced
WODs, scoring, scaling details, and more.
Jesse Bifano sends in the workouts and instructions for the BC Sectionals.
Last year the Western Canada Qualifier (BC, Alberta, Saskatchwan) had 24 women and 38 men who competed for the chance to move on. This year our province alone has 25 women, and 59 men who will be grinding out the workouts below for the right to compete in Calgary. We're expecting 250-300 people in the room this weekend, and if you haven't signed up to spectate yet... what are you waiting for? 5 days to go!
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Event 1 "Football Total" Saturday (8:30am start)
1RM Power Clean
1RM Back Squat
1RM Bench Press
The Lifts will be done in the order above, completing one before moving on to the next.
You will be given a max of 3 attempts for each lift.
Your best 1RM in each will be combined for a total score.
Event 2 "Pride, Lust, and Envy" Saturday (1:30pm start)
As many rounds and reps as possible in 5min of:
7 Box jumps (24/20 inches)
7 KB Swings (24/16Kg)
Event 3 Saturday (6pm start)
For time: 2000m Row
Event 4 "Ride the Lightning" Sunday (9am start)
5 Rounds for time of:
200m Medball Run (20/14lb)
9/4 Ring Dips
15 Wallball (20/14lb)
Movement Standards: To be released on Wednesday March 23rd
Scoring: You will receive the number of points equivalent to your placing (e.g. 1st place receives 1 point, 27th place receives 27 points). The athlete with the least amount of points wins. In the event of a tie in a workout, each tying athlete will receive the same number of points and the next athlete will receive points for his or her overall place (e.g. if there is a tie for first both athletes will receive 1 point with the next athlete behind them receiving 3 points). In the event of an overall tie after the completion of Event 4 we'll use the placements in Event 4 to break the tie. If a tie still exists then placements in Event 2 will be used followed by Event 3, and finally Event 1.
Scaling: Any athlete that scales a workout will place behind all those who performed the workout as prescribed, both in individual standings and in overall placement. Athletes with the fewest scaled movements will rank first, followed by those who performed them as close to the prescribed weight as possible. Head judges' discretion may be used to place some athletes, meaning if you scale, similar to letting a fight go to decision, you may be putting your placement in the hands of the judges. Please note, if you start a workout as prescribed, or with a set scaling, you must complete the workout as such. Failure to do so will result in a DNF.
DNF: Any athlete who DNF a workout will place behind all those who scaled, both in individual workout standings and in overall placement.
Thank you to Fitness Town who has been a generous sponsor of our Sectional.