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Well its about that time again, the 2014 Crossfit Open, and we are asking all of you here at CFSB to compete on our team!! Whether you are a recreational competitor or a new Crossfitter, the feel of these workouts are a little different and its a great chance to get some competitive experience in a relaxed home environment! Over the next 8 weeks you will see workouts in class that are reminiscent of Crossfit Open workouts, the judging, movements, time domains, and formats will all be very similar.

Click here to head to our Facebook page to add yourself to our open team if you are interested at all in participating! That way you can stay updated to all of the news, info, and volunteer info for what we may need at CFSB!

Click here to head to the Crossfit Games 2014 Website for more details

Open registration will begin on January 15. More than 138,000 people participated in the Open last year, and this year, the worldwide competition will be even broader and more inclusive.

The first Open workout will be released on Thursday, Feb. 27. The fifth and final Open workout will be released five weeks later on Thursday, March 27. More information on the competition details for Individuals, Masters and Teams will be released later this week.

What is the Crossfit Open? The 2014 season begins with the worldwide Open competition. Everyone in the world is invited to compete in five workouts over five weeks, posting their scores online in real time. Last year, almost 140,000 athletes competed in the Open. Every Open workout needs to be validated to count. Competitors will have two options to validate their performances. They can work out at a local affiliate, where they will be judged in person, or they can submit video evidence of their performance to the entire community. There is no limit to the number of attempts an athlete can make, provided the score is submitted prior to the close of each week. Competitors will be ranked both worldwide and by region. The 48 fittest individual athletes and 30 fittest teams from each region will earn invitations to one of 17 Regionals. This is the first chance athletes will have in 2014 to establish their international standings.

 

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