It’s very hard to see your scores that you got for the 2018 CrossFit Open, but it is possible. You can check your progress by registering to the Fittest website. Using your email address and the usernames to which you paid, you will be able to access your score history (along with other data like age and gender), as well as statistics on how you compare to other people who also competed in 2018.
How do I compete in 2019?
If there are sufficient applications for next year’s competitive field, then after review of all entries an announcement will be made once again this winter. If there aren’t enough applicants or if things seem uncertain then we won’t organise a women’s division for next year. We keep our competitiveness alive! 🙂
How Many Crossfit Boxes Opened Up In The Past Year?
– – – – – – – – – CrossFit box data is used to keep track of all of the different types of commercially operated CrossFit boxes, and how many have opened up in the past year. We also wanted to know how each region has performed this past year with regards to openings, so we can compare it to last year’s data from Regionals & Beyond article. All of the calculations below are based off of NFHS reports from 2014-2015. If you would like to see a region-by-region breakdown on percentage change from 2015 compared to previous years, send me an email through firstname.lastname@example.org and I can get something together for you. As always, keep in mind that these numbers represent only a snapshot in time and will not be 100% accurate as more boxes open worldwide throughout 2016! • This does not include CrossFit affiliate or WODFit Boxes which do not draw out 10+ people per class at designated events
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