2022 CrossFit Games Day 3 Action Recap: Individuals and Teams

CrossFit Games Day 2022 3.

2022 CrossFit Games Day 3 – Women’s Individual Division

2022 CrossFit Games Day 3 – Men’s Individual Division

2022 CrossFit Games Day 3 – Team Division

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Final ranking of day 3


Position Athlete Points
1 Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr 697
2 Mallory O’Brien 653
3 Emma Lawson 650
4 haley adams 605
5 Danielle Brandon 576
6 Kara Saunders 430
seven Mathilde Garnes 411
8 Baylee Rayl 349
9 Paige Semenza 387
ten Arielle Loewen 566


Position Athlete Points
1 Ricky Garard 681
2 Justin Medeiros 656
3 Roman Khrennikov 635
4 Jeffrey Adler 532
5 patrick velner 531
6 saxon panchik 528
seven Samuel Kwan 510
8 BK Gudmundson 501
9 Noah Ohlsen 494
ten Jayson Hopper 476


Position Crew Points
1 CrossFit Mayhem Freedom 552
2 CrossFit Oslo Navy Blue 537
3 CrossFit Invictus 519
4 CrossFit Mayhem Independence 504
5 CrossFit Reykjavik 480
6 CrossFit Selwyn 417
seven CrossFit Omnia Black 390
8 CrossFit Overtake Team Density 381
9 CrossFit Taranis Tree of Life 372
ten CrossFit Move Fast Lift Heavy 360

Individuals Event 5 – The Capitol

For the time :

20 pig flips
3.5 mile run
Jerry bag holder 200 m
200m Husafell Range

Women: 350lb Pig, (2) 70lb Jerry Bags, 150lb Husafell
Men: 510lb Pig, (2) 100lb Jerry Bags, 200lb Husafell


Position Athlete
1 Gabriela Migala
2 Laura Horvat
3 Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr
4 Brooke Wells
5 haley adams
6 Danielle Brandon
seven Amanda Barnart
8 Kristi Eramo O’Connell
9 Mallory O’Brien
ten Emma McQuaid


Position Athlete
1 Ricky Garard
2 Roman Khrennikov
3 Travis Mayer
4 Samuel Kwan
5 Jayson Hopper
6 Jeffrey Adler
seven Alex Vigneault
8 Justin Medeiros
9 BK Gudmundson
ten Bayden Brown

Individual Event 6 – Up and Over

3 laps for time:

12 muscle ups
25 jumps
30 GHD sit-ups

84 foot weighted lunge

Women: Jump 50” log, 30” box, 20” pig, 125 lb axle bar
Men: Jump 50 inch log, 42 inch box, 20 inch pig, 185 lb axle bar


Position Athlete
1 Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr
2 Mallory O’Brien
3 Emma Lawson
4 haley adams
5 Danielle Brandon
6 Kara Saunders
seven Mathilde Garnes
8 Baylee Rayl
9 Paige Semenza
ten Arielle Loewen


Position Athlete
1 saxon panchik
2 Justin Medeiros
3 Ricky Garard
4 Samuel Kwan
5 Noah Ohlsen
6 BK Gudmundson
seven Cole Sager
8 patrick velner
9 Uldis Upenieks
ten Spencer Panchik

Individual Event 8 – Echo Press

For the time :

30/25 calories from the Echo bike
10 HSPU Blocks
20/15 calories from the Echo bike
10 HSPU Blocks
20/15 calories from the Echo bike
10 HSPU Blocks
30/25 calories from the Echo bike

Women: 2 in deficit
Men: 3.5” deficit


Position Athlete
1 Alexis Raptis
2 Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr
3 Emma McQuaid
4 Caroline Conners
5 Dani Speegle
6 Paige Powers
seven Seungyeon Choi
8 Alex Willis
9 Emma Lawson
ten Arielle Loewen


Position Athlete
1 Will Moorad
2 Jayson Hopper
3 Roman Khrennikov
4 Enrico Zenoni
5 Justin Medeiros
6 Spencer Panchik
seven André Houdet
8 Colten Mertens
9 patrick velner
ten Guilherme Malheiros

Teams Event 5 – Muscle Pig

4 laps for a time of:

10 synchronized muscle-ups
10 pig flips, per pig

Women: 350 lb pig
Men: 510 lb pig


Position Crew
1 CrossFit Mayhem Freedom
2 CrossFit Mayhem Independence
3 CrossFit Reykjavik
4 CrossFit Invictus
5 CrossFit Move Fast Lift Heavy
6 CrossFit Pro1 Montreal
seven CrossFit Overtake Team Density
8 CrossFit Taranis Tree of Life
9 ABO CrossFit
ten CrossFit Oslo Navy Blue

Team Event 6 – Handstand Machine

2 laps for a time of:

40 calories Echo Bike, each, MM
15 HSPU blocks, total, FF
30 calories Echo Bike, each, FF
20 HSPU blocks, total, MM
Row of 500 m, MM, + handstand
500 m row, FF, + handstand

Women: 2 in deficit
Men: 3.5” deficit


Position Crew
1 CrossFit Mayhem Freedom
2 CrossFit Oslo Navy Blue
3 CrossFit Reykjavik
4 CrossFit Selwyn
5 CrossFit Mayhem Independence
6 CrossFit EXF
seven Original Nordic CrossFit
8 CrossFit Oslo Purple Red
9 CrossFit Overtake Team Density
ten CrossFit Invictus


So that’s it since day three of the CrossFit Games 2022 in the Individuals and Teams division.

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Do I need to be fit to start CrossFit?

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As you get fitter, the workouts will get harder. Each workout is designed to help you succeed, improve your fitness, and move you toward your goals.

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At CrossFit boxes, credentialed trainers provide precise instruction and coaching to help people move safely and efficiently, helping people avoid all the illnesses that come from inactivity, obesity, and obesity. ‘a poor diet.

What about food?

“To reach your goals faster, we recommend eating a variety of healthy foods in amounts that promote physical training, but not body fat.

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CrossFit was developed to improve an individual’s skills in all physical tasks. People who practice CrossFit are prepared for any challenge, whether it comes to the gym, on the playground, or as part of everyday life.

Where can I do CrossFit?

“You can use CrossFit.com’s resources to do CrossFit anywhere, even with minimal equipment. To work with a credentialed trainer in a dedicated, fully equipped facility, find a local CrossFit Affiliate.

Where can I find CrossFit workouts?

“A Workout of the Day – WOD – can be found here. Each day’s workout post comes with carefully curated resources and reference materials that will help you get healthier and fitter.

“Use a weight that is manageable for you or use a percentage of the prescribed weight. Replace moves you can’t do with moves you can. For more information on scaling and modifying workouts, see the “CrossFit Level 1 Workout Guide.”

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Is the WOD enough? Should I do more?

“The WOD is a starting point, and everyone will have to experiment to determine what ‘enough’ means. Experienced athletes with specific competition goals may need extra work to improve their fitness, while beginners may need to lower the WOD volume to optimize results.

The exact amount of work can be determined with the help of an expert trainer at a CrossFit affiliate or by carefully recording your workouts and evaluating the results.

The demands of sport and active life will affect what you can do in each WOD, and you will need to balance your work/rest cycles to allow for recovery.

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