Clever leading the pack on the first lap.

2010 CrossFit Games Finals

Women's Individual Event 2

Report and results from the first event of the day.

Day 2 of the 2010 CrossFit Games began at 7 a.m. with the announcement of the second event: a modified Helen that might be described as “Hell-In”

If last night’s event was a sprint for some, the first event of Day 2 was to be a marathon:

Run 1,200 meters
63 kettlebell swings (1.5/1 pood)
36 pull-ups
Run 800 meters
42 kettlebell swings
24 pull-ups
Run 400 meters
21 kettlebell swings
12 pull-ups

If that wasn’t enough, athletes had 90 seconds at the end of the workout to establish a 1RM shoulders-to-overhead lift.

The competitors were also told they would all do a minimum of four workouts total on the weekend.

Samantha Briggs of the United Kingdom set the pace in Heat 2, and her 18:30 stood until a truly epic Heat 3 duel between Kristan Clever and Annie Thorisdottir. The pair found themselves going head-to-head in the kettlebell swings in the second round, and while Annie broke first at the halfway point, she made up the time and finished first in 17:52. Clever was second in 18:23, and Briggs’ time stood up for third.

Clever, however, owned the overhead portion of the two-part event with a behind-the-head jerk of 205 lb. Jessica Pamanian was second (195 lb.), and Julie Foucher was third.

Camille Leblanc-Bazinet, who finished second in Event 1 last night, was sixth in the multi-Helen but tied for 29th in Event 2b.

“I’m happy with last night and the first part today, but I was not able to take the weight off the floor on the jerk, so I was disappointed,” she said “I was like, ‘are you kidding?’”

Leblanc-Bazinet was looking for a jerk of 155 but had to settle with 125 after being to exhausted to clean the weight back to the rack.

Elyse Umeda was 13th in multi-Helen and felt that the run portion of the Southwest Regional prepared her for the track at the HDC.

“We figured it would be around a 20-minute WOD at least. It went pretty well as we planned it,” she said. Her time was 21:25.

The men are currently on the track.

Current standings after two events:

Top 5 Women
1. Kristan Clever
2. Julie Foucher
3. Annie Thorisdottir
4. Rebecca Voigt
5. Michelle Kinney

 

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3 comments on this entry

1. stevieV wrote...

Worst scoring in the history of crossfit. How is a DNF worth fewer points than a completed event? And how is the scoring not the same for events? Just doesn't make sense.

2. Latham wrote...

Did the Games live server just go down for anyone else?

3. Jen wrote...

How the F can someone who didn't finish a WOD (Annie) be ahead of someone who did (Julie)????? That is SO NOT FAIR.

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