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CrossFit Games Teens Competition Recap – Absolute Domination, Points Tie and New Winner

Some of the fittest teens competed at the CrossFit Games last week, find out what went on, their workouts and the final leaderboards.

You can call them the future of CrossFit; these are the best young athletes in the sport. Ten boys and girls in each division, 14-15 and 16-17, competed with everything they had last week for the title Fittest Teen on Earth.

Some athletes set an impressive winning streak, others were tied on points at the end of the competition and a rookie became Fittest on Earth.

Find out more about the Teens competition at the 2019 CrossFit Games.

TEEN CROSSFIT GAMES WORKOUTS

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BOYS 16-17

  1. Dallin Pepper
  2. Matúš Kočar
  3. Tudor Magda
  4. Reece Mitchell
  5. James Sprague
  6. Jack Farlow
  7. Jacob Morris
  8. Braden Muller
  9. Riley Martin
  10. Ron Zur

Three consecutive years competing at the CrossFit Games and three consecutive golds. Dallin Pepper was crowned Fittest Teen on Earth, as he has since his rookie appearance in 2017, on his last Games as a teenager.

The American athlete won five of the eight events and was one of the tree athletes able to finish the last event of the Games, the Bicouplet 1, on time.

Bicouplet 1

21-15-9 reps:

  • Snatches
  • Chest-to-bar pull-ups

55 lb. 85 lb.

He was followed by 17-year-old Slovak athlete Matúš Kočar, who made his first appearance at the CrossFit Games this year. 140 points separated the two athletes at the end of competition.

GIRLS 16-17

  1. Chloe Smith
  2. Sophia Grimmer
  3. Paige Powers
  4. Devyn Kim
  5. Annalise Moore
  6. Ellie Kerstetter
  7. Mia Nightingale
  8. Lea Malo
  9. Lilly Rodriguez
  10. Hanna Mrochuk

Another victory for Chloe Smith, who was Fittest on Earth (girls 15-14) in 2017 and finished third in the girls 16-17 division last year.

The teen champion finished her appearance at the Games with five event wins, one of the most remarkable being Ruck, which was exactly the same as the Elite individuals’ workout, where she finished with a time of 30:42.22. Her time would have put her within the top 25 Elite individual women.

Sharing her thoughts about the competition on Instagram, she wrote: “It’s been one amazing week….. thank you’s and more to come.”

She was followed by Sophia Gimmer and Paige Powers, who was only 20 points behind second place.

BOYS 14-15

  1. David Bradley
  2. Amato Mazzocca
  3. Brynjar Ari Magnússon
  4. Braydon Brus
  5. Tyler Hogan
  6. Hiko O Te Rangi Curtis
  7. Elias Simbürger
  8. Alex Blazo
  9. William Stupart
  10. Azariah Price

15-year-old and rookie athlete David Bradley took the win on the boys 14-15 division. He was tied in points with Venezuelan athlete Amato Mazzocca by the end of the competition, both finishing with 620.

With a win in the last event, the Bicouplet 1, Bradley managed get an edge over Mazzocca and win the title Fittest Teen on Earth. “This is seriously a dream come true!” he wrote on Instagram.

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🥇 What a journey! I would like to thank God for the opportunity to represent the USA at the 2019 #crossfitgames 🇺🇸 Thank you to everyone who has supported me along the way! This is seriously a dream come true! • Thanks to my family: @l__bradley @e_bradley @jtb30041 • Thanks to my coach: @mitchbeavercf @athletelegion + along with @kylespears90 @dapperdom10 @danejack61612 • Thanks to my gym families: @crossfitbreakingboundaries @crossfitlanier @crossfitbreakingbnorth • Thanks to my training partners: @e_bradley @larrealuis03 @brandonr2295 @the.flying.hutchman @mason_a_carr • AND Thanks to @jdelpfitdude for OCR training and @trainingthinktank for including me in Games prep!

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Amato Mazzoca earnt his country, Venezuela, its first CrossFit Games medal.

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¡LO LOGRAMOS VENEZUELA! Empatamos en el 1er lugar y el criterio de desempate nos lanzó al 2do puesto. Fue un fin de semana de altibajos pero siempre con la frente en alto y con nuestra ilusión intacta. No quiero pensar en si hubo o no alguna falla arbitral, quiero pensar que mi esfuerzo pagó un segundo lugar que sabe a primero. Es el comienzo de una carrera que promete más medallas para mi país y por eso estoy feliz, quiero agradecerle a mis coaches y a mi familia, por tanto apoyo y tanta paciencia. Gracias a todos los que siempre han creído en mi desde mis comienzos hasta hoy, gracias por tantos mensajes de cariño, a todos los jóvenes y atletas de mi país les digo; Si yo pude, ustedes también! ¡Que Viva Venezuela! @clmoreau26 @yourxhq @marena_san @coach_theronelv @tabattatela @bownmedia @fernandolence @satisofficial.us @dragon_crossfit_ccs @amazzocca #crossfit #crossfitgames #crossfitgames2019 #crossfitters #crossfitteens

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GIRLS 14-15

  1. Emma Cary
  2. Gigi Sabatini
  3. Emma Lawson
  4. Olivia Sulek
  5. Mallory O’brien
  6. Paulina Haro
  7. Chloe Honaker
  8. Sophia Shaft
  9. Josefin Andersson
  10. Claire Doty

Games rookie Emma Cary was crowned Fittest Teen on Earth with four event wins.

“I have wanted this since I was 10 years old, and have worked relentlessly to achieve it. I am so blessed, so thankful, and so hungry for more. Thank you to all who helped make my dream come true!” she wrote on Instagram.

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My goal will always be to use this amazing gift that God has given me to glorify Him. I was able to use this gift, combined with the best support team, passion, tenacity, grit, and a whole bunch of blood, sweat, and tears to win the 2019 CrossFit Games! 🥇 #FittestTeenOnEarth I have wanted this since I was 10 years old, and have worked relentlessly to achieve it. I am so blessed, so thankful, and so hungry for more. Thank you to all who helped make my dream come true! #BLESSED ❤️ @machinegun.mike and @marla_jo_cary where do I even start? Thank you for supporting me in every way possible through the highs and lows of this journey. ❤️ @stannpris @danny__poe @rachel_poe92 @pkelsay @courtneykelsay @seth.dudley.3 @caral1202 @nick_mikkelsen @bec2523 @joseph.daugherty.161 @robsavage8 @kim_savage2018 thank you all SO MUCH for traveling all the way to Madison, Wisconsin to support me! ❤️ A HUGE thank you to @junkbrands for the headbands (both cute and fierce 😏) and for all of the love. ❤️ Thank you to EVERYONE who supported financially by donating, buying a shirt, or competing in Summer Swolestice! ❤️ Thank you to ALL the awesome judges and volunteers for an AMAZING event. Especially @nunya303 @trex4733 and Barb for all the love and support, and I just love you guys so much! ❤️ Thank you to @m2performancenutrition for helping me to fuel my body with exactly what it needs. Couldn’t have done it without you! ❤️ Thank you to @sarahb3487 and @hypo0501 for taking the BEST care of Jim and for all of the pupdates. ❤️ Last but definitely not least, thank you to my @PerformOvercomeExcelCrossFit fam. You guys have been there for me during the highs, lows, and everything in between. ❤️ Love you all, and thank you from the bottom of my heart. ❤️ We did it: ✅ GLORY TO GOD ✅ 2019 FITTEST TEEN ON EARTH ✅ SET MY SOUL ON FIRE ✅ READY TO MAKE NEXT YEAR EVEN BETTER #NeverRelent🐅 #CrossFitGames #CrossFitGames2019 📸 @wodprep

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Brazilian teen athlete, Dudinha Souza, who had qualified to compete at this year’s Games as one of the 10 fittest teens after the Age Group Online Qualifier, was unable to compete after having her visa denied. Her position was backfilled by 11th place Age Group qualifier Claire Doty.

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