How do you qualify for regionals in CrossFit?
Athletes are placed in their region during Open registration based on their residence as of Jan. 1 of that year. To qualify, the Regional competitors have to prove they are their region’s fittest athletes by competing in the five-week, five-workout online Open and finishing well in the overall standings.
Where can I watch CrossFit regionals?
Livestream, highlights, and updates for each live Semifinal will be available on Games.CrossFit.com and the CrossFit Games channels on YouTube, and Facebook Live. For the virtual Semifinal events, you will be able to follow updates, highlights, and key moments from each competition on the same channels.
Who is competing in CrossFit Games 2021?
2021 CrossFit Games Leaderboard
How many athletes advance to the CrossFit Games?
The number of athletes who will qualify for the Semifinals is as follows: North America: the top 120 men and women and 80 teams (30 men, 30 women, and 20 teams in each of the four Semifinals). Europe: the top 60 men and women and 40 teams (30 men, 30 women, and 20 teams in each of the two Semifinals)
Where can I watch the CrossFit Open 2021?
Watch on CBS The CrossFit Games will return to the CBS Sports Network in 2021. Coverage will run from Thursday, July 29, through Saturday, July 31, from 11 p.m.-12 a.m. ET. A live, two-hour broadcast of the individual finals will air on the CBS Television Network on Sunday, Aug. 1, from 2-4 p.m. ET.
How can I watch CF games?
Live Streams — live streams will be available on CrossFit’s social media platforms: YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, and Pluto TV. Live updates will also be made on games.crossfit.com. Broadcast — there will be a live two-hour broadcast on CBS Sports and Paramount+ from 2-4 p.m. EST on the final day of the competition (Aug.