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2022 CrossFit Games Day 5 Recap Action: Individuals and Teams

All the action from the final day of the 2022 CrossFit Games.

2022 CrossFit Games Day 5.

2022 CrossFit Games Day 5 – Female Individual Division

2022 CrossFit Games Day 5 – Male Individual Division

2022 CrossFit Games Day 5 – Team Division

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Day 5 Final Leaderboard

Women

PositionAthletePoints
1Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr1158
2Mallory O’Brien1045
3Laura Horvath981
4Danielle Brandon937
5Brooke Wells904
6Emma Lawson893
7Kara Saunders890
8Gabriela Migala868
9Haley Adams867
10Alexis Raptis859

Men

PositionAthletePoints
1Justin Medeiros1184
2Roman Khrennikov1157
3Ricky Garard1068
4Samuel Kwant975
5Jeffrey Adler950
6Patrick Vellner892
7Jayson Hopper887
8Lazar Dukic850
9BK Gudmundsson841
10Guilherme Malheiros831

Team

PositionTeamPoints
1CrossFit Mayhem Freedom1052
2CrossFit Oslo Navy Blue987
3CrossFit Invictus951
4CrossFit Reykjavik937
5CrossFit Mayhem Independence804
6CrossFit Selwyn739
7CrossFit Omnia Black685
8CrossFit Move Fast Lift Heavy656
9CrossFit Pro1 Montreal640
108th Day CrossFit Black612

Individuals Event 11 – The Alpaca

For time:

126-ft sled push, decreasing in load
2 legless rope climbs*
20 kettlebell clean and jerks
42-ft sled push with 2 KBs
2 legless rope climbs*
15 kettlebell clean and jerks
42-ft sled push with 4 KBs
2 legless rope climbs*
10 kettlebell clean and jerks
42-ft sled push with 6 KBs

Women: Six 24-kg kettlebells
Men: Six 32-kg kettlebells

*Rope climbs removed due to weather conditions.

Woman

PositionAthlete
1Laura Horvath
2Dani Speegle
3Karin Freyova
4Ellie Turner
5Gabriela Migala
6Alexis Raptis
7Emma McQuaid
8Amanda Barnhart
9Kara Saunders
10Arielle Loewen

Men

PositionAthlete
1Roman Khrennikov
2Samuel Kwant
3Patrick Vellner
4Guilherme Malheiros
5Justin Medeiros
6Jayson Hopper
7Ricky Garard
8Timothy Paulson
9Lazar Dukic
10Jonne Koski

Individual Event 12 – Back Nine

For time:

54-ft yoke carry
2 front squats
3 deadlifts
2 front squats
54-ft yoke carry

Women: 485-lb yoke, 215-lb squat, 315-lb deadlift
Men: 665-lb yoke, 315-lb squat, 475-lb deadlift

Women

PositionAthlete
1Laura Horvath
2Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr
3Brooke Wells
4Amanda Barnhart
5Gabriela Migala
6Christine Kolenbrander
7Alex Willis
8Dani Speegle
9Kara Saunders
10Emma McQuaid

Men

PositionAthlete
1Jeffrey Adler
2Willy Georges
3Justin Medeiros
4Guilherme Malheiros
5Samuel Kwant
6Roman Khrennikov
7Patrick Vellner
8Jayson Hopper
9BK Gudmundsson
10Travis Mayer

Individual Event 13 – Jackie Pro

For time:

1,000-m row
50 thrusters
30 bar muscle-ups

Women: 65 lb
Men: 95 lb

Women

PositionAthlete
1Lucy Campbell
2Kara Saunders
3Mallory O’Brien
4Laura Horvath
5Haley Adams
6Danielle Brandon
7Gabriela Migala
8Jacqueline Dahlstrom
9Karin Freyova
10Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr

Men

PositionAthlete
1Lazar Dukic
2Roman Khrennikov
3Cole Sager
4Justin Medeiros
5Samuel Kwant
6Jeffrey Adler
7Jonne Koski
8BK Gudmundsson
9Willy Georges
10Noah Ohlsen

Teams Event 10 – Team 2-2-2-2

Accumulate 175 overhead squats for time, starting every 2 minutes in M/F pairs:

1 legless rope climb, each
1 rope climb, each
Shuttle sprint, each
Max-rep synchro overhead squats

When 2 minutes is up, the first pair stops and returns while the second pair begins working. Each pair will have up to 4 intervals to work (8 total intervals).

Women: 95-lb OHS 
Men: 135-lb OHS 

Result

PositionTeam
1CrossFit Mayhem Freedom
2CrossFit Invictus
3CrossFit Reykjavik
4CrossFit Oslo Navy Blue
5CrossFit Milford
6CrossFit OBA
7CrossFit Selwyn
8CrossFit Mayhem Independence
9CrossFit Greater Heights Ascend
10CrossFit Nordic Original

Teams Event 11 – Echo Worm

For time:

50/75-cal Echo Bike 
30 Worm squats
30 Worm clean and jerks
30 Worm thrusters
20 synchro bar muscle-ups, each

Result

PositionTeam
1CrossFit Mayhem Freedom
2CrossFit Oslo Navy Blue
3CrossFit Omnia Black
4CrossFit Reykjavik
5CrossFit Move Fast Lift Heavy
6CrossFit Pro1 Montreal
7CrossFit Invictus
7CrossFit Milford
9CrossFit OBA
10CrossFit EXF

So that’s everything from 2022 CrossFit Games Day 5 in the Individuals and Teams division.

What is CrossFit?

“CrossFit is a lifestyle characterized by safe, effective exercise and sound nutrition. CrossFit can be used to accomplish any goal, from improved health to weight loss to better performance.

The program works for everyone — people who are just starting out and people who have trained for years.”

What are CrossFit Workouts?

“The magic is in the movement. CrossFit workouts are different every day and can be modified to help each athlete achieve their goals. The workouts may be adapted for people at any age and level of fitness.”

What is the CrossFit Community?

“Your support network. At thousands of affiliates around the world, people encourage and motivate each other in every class as they work toward their goals. Start training with friends. Make new friends. The fun is in the community.”

Is CrossFit for me?

“Yes. Everyone can do CrossFit regardless of age, injuries and current fitness levels. The program is modified for each person to help him or her safely become healthier and fitter. Grandparents and Olympians can perform modified versions of the same general workout.”

Do I need to be in shape to start CrossFit?

“No. CrossFit is the program that will get you in shape. No matter what your current fitness level is, you can start CrossFit.

As you become fitter, workouts will become more challenging. Every workout is designed to help you succeed, improve fitness and move you toward your goals.”

Is CrossFit safe?

“Yes. CrossFit training is very safe, and sitting on your couch is actually incredibly dangerous.

In CrossFit boxes, credentialed trainers provide precise instructions and coaching to help people move safely and efficiently, helping people avoid all the diseases that come from inactivity, obesity and poor nutrition.”

What about Nutrition?

“To accomplish your goals faster, we recommend you eat a variety of healthy foods in quantities that support fitness training but not body fat.

By avoiding excessive amounts of refined carbohydrates and measuring your intake of protein, carbohydrates and fat, you will see dramatic, measurable increases in health.”

How will CrossFit affect my health?

“CrossFit LLC holds a uniquely elegant solution to the greatest problem facing the world today: chronic disease.

The CrossFit program—constantly varied high-intensity functional movement coupled with meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar—can give you a pass on chronic disease.

If you are not sick, know that fitness provides a great margin of protection against the ravages of time and disease. Fitness is and should be “super-wellness.” To improve or preserve your health, do CrossFit.”

How will I get fitter with CrossFit?

“CrossFit improves general physical preparedness (GPP). We have designed our program to elicit as broad an adaptational response as possible.

CrossFit is not a specialized fitness program but a deliberate attempt to optimize physical competence in each of 10 fitness domains: cardiovascular/respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance and accuracy.

CrossFit was developed to enhance an individual’s competency at all physical tasks. People who do CrossFit are prepared for all challenges, whether they come in the gym, on a playing field or as part of daily life.”

Where can I do CrossFit?

“You can use CrossFit.com resources to do CrossFit anywhere—even with minimal equipment. To work with a credentialed coach in a dedicated, fully equipped facility, find a local CrossFit affiliate.”

Where can I find CrossFit workouts?

“A workout of the day—WOD—can be found here. Each day’s workout post is accompanied by carefully selected resources and reference materials that will help you become healthier and fitter.”

“Use a weight that’s manageable for you or use a percentage of the weight prescribed. Replace movements you can’t do with those you can. For more information on scaling and modifying workouts, review the “CrossFit Level 1 Training Guide.”

The CrossFit Journal also contains resources to help you scale the workout to your level.”

Is the WOD enough? Should I do more?

“The WOD is a starting point, and each person will need to experiment to determine what “enough” means. Experienced athletes with specific competition goals might need additional work to improve their fitness, while beginners might need to reduce the volume of the WOD to optimize results.

The exact amount of work can be determined with the assistance of an expert coach at a CrossFit affiliate or by carefully logging your workouts and evaluating the results.

The demands of sport and active living will affect what you can do in each WOD, and you will need to balance your work/rest cycles to allow for recovery.”

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