the open was officially announced in february, but no one knew how many people would actually compete. the deadline to register is march 31. i have a list of all known athletes who are participating, so do check it out here. there are also some unofficial estimates floating around the internet, but again i have nothing official on this topic yet! if your name is not on that list, you are not officially competing. 🙂
how long have the open workouts been recorded and posted online?
since 2011 (so 11 years!), and we’ve got 2 years worth of videos!: 2017 Open Workout Videos: Day 1
2017 Open Workout Videos: Day 1-2
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Wilmington athletes to compete for spot in CrossFit Games
Lindsey Adelman won a spot in the top five in the women’s division of the 2016 CrossFit Games. Lindsey Adelman won a spot in the top five in the women’s division of the 2016 CrossFit Games. Credits: Courtesy Of Lindsey Adelman View additional images from this event. less Lindsey Adelman won a spot in the top five in the women’s division of the 2016 CrossFit Games. Lindsey Adelman won a spot in the top five in … more Lindsey Adelman won a spot in the top five in … Photo: Courtesy Of Lindsey Adelman Photo: Courtesy Of Lindsey Adelman Image 1 of / 8 Caption Close Wilmington athletes to compete for spot in CrossFit Games 1 / 8 Back to Gallery When it comes to their physiques, many crossfitters are all about maintaining muscle mass by putting on weight evenly across their body. It would seem like something that could be done without working out harder than ever, however such is not always possible and often times impossible even when following strict dieting methods and training consistently arduous workouts each day — or doing both — while also maintaining some level of overall shape and fitness while trying to gain weight seems almost impossible except for those living with some rather unique advantages and disadvantages due to genetics and physiology. But there do exist some people around who simply seem genetically tapped into having that extra edge on their purses just one step more than everyone else no matter what they’re doing, which means even