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2022 Dubai Fitness Championship: How to Watch, Prize Purse, Athletes Competing

Check out the livestream for the 2022 Dubai Fitness Championship.

On December 2-4 the 2022 Dubai Fitness Championship kicks off. Find out how to watch the livestream from the competition here.

The Dubai Fitness Championship is one of the biggest off-season CrossFit events for elite athletes. A total of 20 men and 20 women will be competing in Dubai this weekend. Last year, Laura Horvath and Roman Khrennikov won the tournament, but both are not returning this year.

Find out how to watch the 2022 Dubai Fitness Championship

How to Watch Dubai Fitness Championship

The Dubai Fitness Championship will take place from Friday (2) to Sunday (4).

The first day of the the 2022 Dubai Fitness Championship was not livestreamed as athletes had to run up the stairs of the tallest building in the world (Burj Khalifa) for time.

Here are the livestreams for days 2 and 3 from DFC’s YouTube channel.

Day 2 Livestream

Day 3 Livestream

Prize Purse

In October, organisers told BOXROX the reasoning for Dubai Fitness Championship parting ways with CrossFit and no longer being DCC.

Money will be awarded to every athlete competing in Dubai this weekend.

  1. $50,000
  2. $30,000
  3. $20,000
  4. $10,000
  5. $5,000
  6. $2,500
  7. $500 (7th-20th place)

2022 DFC Roster

Men

Ricky Garard withdrew from competing in Dubai after the Rogue Invitational due to being too intense off-season for the Australian athlete.

  1. Fabian Beneito Selles – Spain
  2. Giorgos Karavis – Greece
  3. Lazar Dukic – Serbia
  4. Alex Kotoulas – Greece
  5. Jonne Koski – Finland
  6. Aniol Ekai – Spain
  7. Vladimir Sechin – Russian Federation
  8. Damian Martinez Satorres – Spain
  9. Luka Dukic – Serbia
  10. Samuel Cournoyer – Canada
  11. Luka Vunjak – Serbia
  12. Nikita Yundov – Belarus
  13. Briant Guillaume – France
  14. Javier Gonzalez – Spain
  15. Victor Hoffer – France
  16. Reggie Fasa – U.K.
  17. Michal Wesolowski – Poland
  18. Brent Fikowski – Canada
  19. Simon Mantyla – Sweden
  20. Khan Porter – Australia

Women

  1. Claudia Gluck – France
  2. Aoife Burke – Ireland
  3. Jamie Simmonds – New Zealand
  4. Oihana Moya Oliver – Spain
  5. Seher Kaya – Norway
  6. Matilde Oyen Garnes – Norway
  7. Emily Rolfe – Canada
  8. Manon Angonese – Belgium
  9. Tayla Howe – U.K.
  10. Aimee Cringle – U.K.
  11. Freya Moosbrugger – Canada
  12. Karin Frey – Slovakia
  13. Andrea Solberg – Norway
  14. Valentina Magalotti – Italy
  15. Maria Langfors – Sweden
  16. Ella Kanona Wunger – Sweden
  17. Dana Paran – U.S.
  18. Valentina Rangel – Colombia
  19. Hanna Karlsson – Sweden
  20. Lena Richter – Norway

You can check out the official leaderboard here.

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