After what Noah Ohlsen described as “the most painful workout of the weekend,” referring to the 2020 CrossFit Games event 10, athletes faced the Sprint Sled Sprint.
Sprint Sled Sprint
- 100-yard sprint
- 100-yard sled push
- 100-yard sprint
W 80-lb. sled // M 105-lb. sled
All women got to the sled almost at the same time, but Toomey pushed ahead as they sprinted with it. Wells, lifting the sled, made up a great amount of ground and started the second sprint sitting in second place.
This was the fastest workout of the weekend.
Toomey earnt her 9th event victory of the weekend and, with her third-place finish, Davidsdottir pushed slightly ahead of the pack on the overall leaderboard.
The men took to the floor next and it was Ohlsen who reached the sled first, yet Fraser and Kwant took the lead during the sled sprint.
They both started the last sprint together and, while Mat pushed ahead for two seconds, Kwant caught him and it would have been impossible for a human eye to determine who crossed the finish line first.
In the end, Fraser would beat Kwant by less than four tenths of a second for his ninth Event victory of the weekend.
This is probably the most exciting race you'll see all day. Buckle up. pic.twitter.com/p75BxGNySl
— The CrossFit Games (@CrossFitGames) October 25, 2020
CrossFit Games 2020 Event 11 Leaderboard
|1. Tia-Clair Toomey (1:05.23)||1. Mat Fraser (0:56.08)|
|2. Brooke Wells (1:07.81)||2. Samuel Kwant (0:56.45)|
|3. Katrin Davidsdottir (1:12.57)||3. Justin Medeiros (1:01.97)|
|4. Haley Adams (1:14.93)||4. Noah Ohlsen (1:03.89)|
|5. Kari Pearce (1:24.51)||5. Jeffrey Adler (1:05.64)|
Watch Event 11 of the 2020 CrossFit Games
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