Open Gym 9 - 11 am
Congratulations to everyone who participated and competed in the 2012 Reebok CrossFit Open! It was a great 5 weeks at the gym and we had a great time getting everyone involved. We were genuinely impressed with the effort and the focus over the last 5 weeks.
Jeff has assembled our scores and data into a spreadsheet if you want to see where you finished within the gym, all scores were taken from games.crossfit.com. There could be a couple errors...
CrossFit NOLA 2012 Open Scores (Women are on the second tab)
At the start of the open:
There were 2697 men in the South Central Region
There were 1612 women in the South Central Region
At the end of the open there were:
Less than 1800 men were still active
Less than 1080 women were still active
Some notes and firsts:
Team CrossFit NOLA finished 11th place out of 150 teams this year, improving from 14th out of 60 teams last year. We will have the opportunity to send a team to San Antonio at the end of April to compete for a spot in the Games.
The 2012 team will be represented by Brandon, Brad, Demian, Kelsey, Andrea, and Rae who finished at the top of the board for men and women, respectively. This will be a strong team that has the potential to fight for a top 3 spot. The Regional workouts in the past have included more skills, which should fit more to our strengths.
Mollie and Jeff will be competing individually and will be vying for a top 3 finish to try and make it to the Finals in CA in July.
If you are interested making the trip to San Antonio, there are opportunities to volunteer and go behind the scenes, check games.crossfit.com
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