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How Much Money Did Athletes Win at the Rogue Invitational?

The Rogue Invitational took place between June 13 and 14 and athletes competed from over 30 locations all around the world.

High-ranking names such as Patrick Vellner, Tia-Clair Toomey, Sara Sigmundsdóttir, Chandler Smith, amongst many others battled out throughout the weekend in the innovative online Rogue Invitational.

The competition featured six testing events programmed by Josh Bridges and Chris Spealler. Athletes were sent full equipment to their chosen location, as well as a judge and operations manager to ensure a smooth and fair competition.

The Rogue Invitational is one of the highest paying events in the CrossFit competitive season. For its second edition, Rogue put together a prize purse of over $375,000.

Prize money was awarded as follows:

Additionally, Rogue awarded $5,000 for every event win.

Toomey and Vellner Dominate the Rogue Invitational

Rogue Invitational – How Much Money Did Female Athletes Make?

Tia-Clair Tommey $65,000
Sara Sigmundsdóttir $45,000
Kara Saunders $30,000
Jamie Simmonds $20,000
Laura Horvath $15,000
Carolyne Prevost $10,000
Amanda Barnhart $5,000
Haley Adams $8,000
Kristin Holte $2,000
Brooke Wells $1,000
Sam Briggs $5,000


Rogue Invitational – How Much Money Did Male Athletes Make?

Patrick Vellner  $60,000
Björgvin Karl Guðmundsson  $45,000
Noah Ohlsen  $30,000
Chandler Smith  $25,000
Saxon Panchik  $15,000
Adrian Mundwiler  $10,000
Jacob Heppner  $5,000
Alexandre Caron  $3,000
Colten Mertens  $12,000
Ben Smith  $1,000


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