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CrossFit Games Masters and Teens Recap Day 2

Who’s ahead on the leaderboard? Find it here.

The 2023 CrossFit Games wrapped up its second day of competition with teenagers and master athletes competing for the title of Fittest on Earth.

HOW TO WATCH THE 2023 CROSSFIT GAMES LIVESTREAM

See below who’s ahead on the leaderboard before their final day of tests!

Related: CrossFit CEO Don Faul Addresses Livestream Coverage of Masters and Teens Division

Day 2 Workouts

Pulling Power

3 rounds for time:

  • 3 rope climbs
  • 10 deadlifts
  • 42-foot sled pull
  • 126-foot sled push 

Gymnastics Chipper

For time:

  • 48-foot handstand walk
  • 30 box jumps 
  • 30 GHD sit-ups
  • 30 single-leg squats
  • 30 toes-to-bars
  • 30 single-leg squats
  • 30 GHD sit-ups
  • 30 box jumps
  • 48-foot handstand walk

Cross-Country 5K

For time:

  • Run 5K

Female Masters Division

Women 35-39

  1. Laurie Clement – 460 points
  2. Colette Casey – 450
  3. Stacie Tovar – 400
  4. Svetlana Veselova – 390
  5. Amy Morton – 390

Women 40-44

  1. Samantha Briggs – 440 points
  2. Andreia Pinheiro – 430
  3. Jenn Ryan – 430
  4. Rebecca Voigt Miller – 420
  5. Hope Cicero – 370

Women 45-49

  1. Kelly Friel – 550 points
  2. Amy Chapoton – 470
  3. Carolina Gutierrez – 410
  4. Laura Nielsen – 380
  5. Merituuli Kallio – 300

Women 50-54

  1. Cheryl Brost – 490 points
  2. Nicole Abbott – 480
  3. Nathalie Connors – 450
  4. Tara Gemer – 400
  5. Tea Gebbie – 380

Women 55-59

  1. Leka Fineman – 410 points
  2. Shanna Bunce – 410
  3. Krist Lunny – 390
  4. Tracy Macuiba – 380
  5. Leigh Coates – 360

Women 60-64

  1. Susan Clarke – 570 points
  2. Betsy Vanderburgh – 550
  3. Patricia McGill – 410
  4. Debbie Downing – 370
  5. Debbie Corwin – 330

Women 65+

  1. Julie Holt – 560 points
  2. Dava Jensen – 500
  3. Pauline Sciascia – 420
  4. Marcia Yager – 330
  5. Karen Dawkins – 320

Male Division

Men 35-39

  1. Sam Dancer – 490 points
  2. Gintas Petrikas – 410
  3. Ioannis Papadopoulos – 400
  4. Bryan Wong – 380
  5. Adam De Jong – 360
Source: Photo Courtesy of CrossFit Inc
Sam Dancer at the 2023 CrossFit Games

Men 40-44

  1. Rudolph Berger – 520 points
  2. Bruno Militao – 430
  3. Michael Laverriere – 400
  4. Frantisek Heriban – 380
  5. Caine Hayes – 360

Men 45-49

  1. Jason Grubb – 490 points
  2. Christopher Anderson – 430
  3. Vlad Liashkevich – 430
  4. Mike Kern – 350
  5. Andrea Di Salvatore – 330

Men 50-54

  1. Jason Leeves – 490 points
  2. Artur Komorowski – 450
  3. Sean Patrick – 430
  4. Cory Dague – 400
  5. Natha Lore – 350

Men 55-59

  1. Kevin Koester – 550 points
  2. Ryan Joe Hamby – 420
  3. John Kim – 370
  4. Dion Walmsley – 370
  5. Jody Hendrix – 330

Men 60-64

  1. Stuart Swanson – 440 points
  2. Tom Fameree – 420
  3. Eric Cohen – 420
  4. Tony Turski – 390
  5. Brian Wilson – 380

Men 65+

  1. Daniel Miller – 450 points
  2. David Hippensteel – 430
  3. John George – 390
  4. Freddie Cherry – 390
  5. Tom Muhlbeier – 360

Teenage Division

Girls 14-15

  1. Maria Granizo – 550 points
  2. Miley Wade – 540
  3. Mira Varga – 480
  4. Brynn Cupp – 410
  5. Marley Francis – 330

Girls 16-17

  1. Trista Smith – 510 points
  2. Lucy McGonigle – 510
  3. Hayes Willard – 340
  4. Reese Littlewood – 330
  5. Jenna Michelotti – 330

Boys 14-15

  1. Lincoln Lavafer – 460 points
  2. Jeremie Jourdan – 430
  3. Pau Martins Tiers – 380
  4. Leonardo Cruz – 360
  5. Kulani Subiono – 300

Boys 16-17

  1. Ty Jenkins – 530 points
  2. Hugo Jansson – 380
  3. Kaiden Hogan – 370
  4. Kyle Muckleroy – 360
  5. RJ Mestre – 350

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.

CrossFit Open athlete high five with joySource: Photo courtesy of CrossFit Inc.

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.

2023 CrossFit Games

The 2023 CrossFit Games is taking shape after all athletes and teams know who is going to compete for the title of Fittest on Earth.

  • When: August 1-6
  • Where: Madison, Wisconsin (USA)

Athletes from all age groups (teens, masters) and adaptive athletes will be joining the teams and individual athletes who received an invitation to compete in Madison this summer.

You can check out the overall schedule of events for the 2023 CrossFit Games here.

You can see the workouts revealed for individuals in this link.

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