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CrossFit Games 2023 Masters and Teens Recap Day 1

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The 2023 CrossFit Games has officially begun!

Here are the workouts that the Masters and Teens tackled on day 1.

You can find the full recap of the Adaptive Division here.

Day 1 Workouts

Olympic Total

For load:

  • 1-rep-max snatch
  • 1-rep-max clean and jerk

Farmers Field

For time:

  • 84-foot farmers carry to Pigs
  • 21 burpee Pig jump-overs
  • Farmers carry around 3 dummies
  • 50 wall-ball shots
  • 50-calorie row
  • 50 wall-ball shots
  • Farmers carry around 3 dummies
  • 21 burpee Pig jump-overs
  • 84-foot farmers carry

Helen

3 rounds for time:

  • 400-meter run
  • 21 kettlebell swings
  • 12 pull-ups

Female Masters Division

Experienced veterans Rebecca Voigt Miller and Sam Briggs returned once again to the competition floor in Madison.

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Women 35 – 39

  1. Chelsea Nicholas (230)
  2. Colette Casey (230)
  3. Stacie Tovar (220)
  4. Laurie Clement (210)
  5. Amy Morton (190)

Women 40 – 44

  1. Andreia Pinheiro
  2. Sam Briggs
  3. Jenn Ryan
  4. Rachel Green
  5. Rebecca Voigt Miller

Women 45 – 49

  1. Kelly Friel
  2. Amy Chapoton
  3. Carolina Gutierrez
  4. Laura Nielsen
  5. Carrie Rieger

Women 50 – 54

  1. Cheryl Brost
  2. Nicole Abbott
  3. Nathalie Connors
  4. Tea Gebbie
  5. Tara Gemer

Women 55 – 59

  1. Leka Fineman
  2. Jennifer Kawaguichi
  3. Shanna Bunce
  4. Laurie Meschishnick
  5. Tracy Macuiba

Women 60 – 64

  1. Susan Clarke
  2. Betsy Vanderburgh
  3. Patricia McGill
  4. Judith Tynan
  5. Debbie Downing

Women 65+

  1. Julie Holt
  2. Dava Jensen
  3. Pauline Sciascia
  4. Patti Walkover
  5. Karen Dawkins

Male Masters Division

Over on the male side of the competition, there were many famous faces. Steven Fawcett, Scott Panchik and Sam Dancer to name a few.

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Men 35 – 39

  1. Sam Dancer
  2. Gintas Petrikas
  3. Ionnis Papadopoulos
  4. Bryan Wong
  5. Adam De Jong

Men 40 – 44

  1. Ruddolph Berger
  2. Bruno Militao
  3. Chico Quesada
  4. Frantisek Heriban
  5. Caine Hayes

Men 45 – 49

  1. Jason Grubb
  2. Christopher Anderson
  3. Vlad Liashkevich
  4. Mike Kern
  5. David Levey

Men 50 – 54

  1. Sean Patrick
  2. Artur Komorowski
  3. Jason Leeves
  4. Cory Dague
  5. Eric C. Smith

Men 55 – 59

  1. Kevin Koester
  2. Ryan Joe Hamby
  3. Robert Davis
  4. Jody Hendrix
  5. John Kim

Men 60 – 64

  1. Shannon Aiken
  2. Stuart Swanson
  3. Tom Fameree
  4. Brian Wilson
  5. Tony Turski

Men 65+

  1. David Hippensteel
  2. Daniel Miller
  3. Freddie Cherry
  4. John George
  5. Kevin Cunningham

Teenage Division

Girls 14 – 15

  1. Maria Granizo
  2. Miley Wade
  3. Mira Varga
  4. Marissa Nichols
  5. Marley Francis

Girls 16 – 17

  1. Lucy McGonigle
  2. Trista Smith
  3. Reese Littlewood
  4. Jenna Michelotti
  5. Haley Rolfe

Boys 14 – 15

  1. Lincoln Lafaver
  2. Leonardo Cruz
  3. Kulani Subiono
  4. Cesar Thista
  5. Jeremie Jourdan

Boys 16 – 17

  1. Ty Jenkins
  2. Brandon Gaskill
  3. Kyle Muckleroy
  4. Hugo Jansson
  5. RJ Mestre

Finding The Fittest On Earth™

The CrossFit Games are the ultimate proving grounds for the Fittest Man and Fittest Woman on Earth™ and are world-renowned as the definitive test of fitness. For the past 16 years, fans from around the world have attended the multi-day sporting event, streamed the competition online, or watched on ESPN, CBS, or a wide range of international broadcasts. The international field of play has included athletes from over 120 countries.

The Ultimate Test

The Games began in 2007 in Aromas, California, as the first competition to objectively measure fitness. From their inception, they have been unlike traditional sports such as track and field, gymnastics, weightlifting, or even decathlon — all specialist sports in which the events are known long in advance.

Instead, athletes  from around the world are tested against a variety of unannounced events, each with different movements, equipment, and time domains.

Competitors are required to train for the unknown, and the scores of events have included distance swims, obstacle courses, 1-rep-max lifts, handstand walking, sled pushes, rope climbs, and odd-object carries. 

The test has continually evolved. As top athletes began to train year-round for strength, speed, endurance, and skill, they were met with new tests each year that took them outside their comfort zone.

This year, a worldwide Open competition involving hundreds of thousands of competitors allowed the best athletes to advance through Quarterfinal and Semifinal rounds, culminating in the 17th edition of the CrossFit Games from Aug. 1-6, 2023, in Madison, Wisconsin.

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