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Official 2020 CrossFit Open Results – Final Review and Adjustments

Patrick Vellner and Sara Sigmundsdottir are officially winners of the 2020 CrossFit Open.

This is the second year running Sara has won the Open and her third worldwide victory overall. Patrick Vellner became the first Canadian to win the global competition.

The CrossFit Open is a direct qualifying route to the CrossFit Games, with National Champions in each affiliated country as well as the Top 20 non-national champions on the leaderboard receiving invites.

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The 2020 Open saw the addition of single leg squats for the first time.

The CrossFit Open kicked off the 2019-2020 CrossFit Games season and took place between October 10 and November 11 last year.

For five weeks, athletes from around the world tested themselves and competed to find out where they stand globally.

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The best athletes – the top 40 in the world – as well as each country’s National Champions, were required to submit videos for verification of their performance. All these athletes had one or more videos reviewed and, with the process now over, the 2020 CrossFit Open leaderboard is now final.

All the National Champions for 2020

Many athletes received minor or major penalties following the video review process, here are the final adjustments as released by CrossFit HQ:

FEMALE ATHLETES

ANGOLA

Carla Nunes da Costa – Minor penalty for lack of extension in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

AZERBAIJAN

Sima Huseynova – Major penalty for incorrect barbell loading on third barbell and lack of extension in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

CHINA

Sarah Adams – Major penalty for lack of depth in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

Aichan Chen – Minor penalty for lack of extension in the step-up in 20.4. Minor penalty for failure to reset the monitor multiple times in 20.5.

COLOMBIA

Maria Camila Quintero – Minor penalty for receiving help settling the barbell in 20.4 and minor penalty for lack of wall-ball height in 20.5.

CYPRUS

Thelma Christoforou – Minor penalty for lack of extension in the single-leg squat for a few reps in 20.4.

HONDURAS

Ana Valladares – Major penalty because non-support leg consistently touches the ground prior to extension during the single-leg squat in 20.4.

JAMAICA

Nicki Ruegsegger – Minor penalty for a few reps with lack of extension in the step-up and failure to control barbell at extension in 20.4.

KENYA

Alisha Stone – Score adjusted to 229 to reflect work accomplished and failure to alternate legs properly on the single-leg squat in 20.4.

KOSOVO

Gentiana Muriqi – Minor penalty for lack of extension in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

LEBANON

Danielle Shanine – Major penalty for lack of extension in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

LITHUANIA

Ramunè Miliauskaitè – Major penalty for consistent lack of depth/extension in single-leg squat in 20.4.

MOZAMBIQUE

Jessica Ubisse – Major penalty for lack of extension in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

NICARAGUA

Fatima Artola – Major penalty for the non-support leg consistently touching the ground prior to extension during the single-leg squat in 20.4.

PORTUGAL 

Sara Pinto – Major penalty for consistent lack of depth in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

PAKISTAN

Nazia Aslam – Major penalty for lack of extension in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

RUSSIA

Ekaterina Makarova – Major penalty for using non-working leg in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

SRI LANKA

Keshini Vitharana – We accepted her score as is because she is the only eligible athlete to have submitted to the review process.

ZIMBABWE

Laura Heuer – Minor penalty for lack of depth in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

MALE ATHLETES

BRAZIL 

Guilherme Malheiros – Major penalty for lack of depth in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

CHILE 

Piero Gorichon –  Major penalty for lack of depth in the single-leg squat and an additional penalty for insufficient validation of weight in 20.4*. Minor penalty for lack of depth during the wall-ball shot in 20.5. Gorichon was previously assessed a major penalty for lack of depth in the thruster in 20.2.

* = 20.4 decision was appealed. After athlete sufficiently verified his weights by video the additional penalty was removed.

Martin Fuentes – Major penalty for lack of depth in the single-leg squat in 20.4 and

major penalty for lack of wall-ball height in 20.5.

CHINA 

Ant Haynes – Time adjusted for a false start in 20.5.

CZECH REPUBLIC 

Martin Feiferlík – Major penalty for lack of depth in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

DENMARK

Klaus Hebo Uggerhoj – Score adjusted to reflect actual finish time.

HONDURAS

Emilio Sanchez – Minor penalty for failure to alternate legs properly on the single-leg squat in 20.4.

INDIA

Vedharth Thappa – Major penalty for lack of depth in the single-leg squat in 20.4. Tiebreak time adjusted to 15:30.

INDONESIA 

Mahendra Arditirta – Major penalty for lack of extension in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

ITALY

Leonardo Grottino – Claimed a score of 236 in 20.4 through video submission, but upon review, Grottino did not complete the lift at 315 lb. His score was adjusted to 235.

MEXICO 

Alan Garcia – Score adjusted to 203 to reflect work actually completed during the workout.

MOZAMBIQUE 

Pack Santos – Score adjusted for 20.5 because Santos only performed 100 wall-ball shots.

NICARAGUA

Kerry Valle – Major penalty for lack of extension in the step-up, lack of depth in the single-leg squat, and a false start in 20.4.

NIGERIA

David Segun – Major penalty for lack of depth in the single-leg squat in 20.4.

PERU

Orlando Trejo – Minor penalty for lack of height on the wall ball in 20.5.

Lukas Ozaki – Major penalty for lack of height on the wall ball and incorrect measurement of target height in 20.5.

SAINT LUCIA

Heskeith Flavien – Score accepted as is because he is the only eligible athlete to have submitted to the review process.

FINAL ADJUSTMENTS FOR NEWCOMERS TO THE TOP 40 OVERALL 

Brooke Haas – Score adjusted in 20.2 for a false start.

Manon Lesur – Scores adjusted in 20.1 and 20.2 for false starts.

Emma Tall – Scores adjusted in 20.1 and 20.2 for false starts.

Taylor Williamson – Score adjusted in 20.2 for a false start.

Ben Smith – Score adjusted in 20.1 for a false start.

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