The adjusted scores for athletes who competed at the 2019 CrossFit Open just came in and below are the full details of penalties and new scores for each athlete from the men and women’s division.
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March 25 marked the close of the 2019 CrossFit Open. At the end of score submissions, top athletes were asked to submit complete videos of 19.1 and 19.3 for scoring verification. At this time, scores from the individual women and men above the blue cut line are confirmed. Visit Games.CrossFit.com to review the penalties and scoring adjustments article. The verification process is ongoing for National Champions, who are scheduled to be confirmed on May 1. #CrossFitGames #CrossFit 📷 @flsportsguy #CrossFitOpen
The Open concluded March 25 but several athletes had to submit complete 19.1 and 19.3 videos for score verification. And the National champions will be confirmed on May 1 at the conclusion of the scores adjustments…
13th – Kristine Best (USA): Major penalty assessed for consistently not meeting squat depth in the wall-ball shots in 19.1. The penalty adjusts Best’s score from 341 to 290. [19.1]
19th – Jadzia Truszkowski (CAN): Major penalty assessed for consistently not meeting squat depth in the wall-ball shots in 19.1. The penalty adjusts Truszkowski’s score from 327 to 278. [19.1]
26th – Hayley Murillo (USA): Major penalty assessed for consistently not meeting the handstand push-up standard in 19.3. There were instances in which her butt made contact with the wall and others in which her feet did not remain inside the width of her hands throughout the repetition. The penalty adjusts Murillo’s score from 170 to 145. [19.3]
29th – Melissa Doll (USA): Major penalty assessed for consistently not meeting the handstand push-up standard in 19.3, including removing her shoes (Rulebook Section 1.13) and failing to keep her hands inside the designated box. The penalty adjusts Doll’s score from 170 to 145. [19.3]
37th – Caroline Conners (USA): Major penalty assessed for consistently not meeting squat depth in the wall-ball shots and missing the target in 19.1. The penalty adjusts Conners’ score from 304 to 259. [19.1]
2nd – Lefteris Theofanidis (GR): 3-rep penalty assessed for missing the wall-ball target in 19.1, and a major penalty assessed for hand placement during the handstand push-up in 19.3. The penalties adjust Theofanidis’ 19.1 score from 391 to 388 and his 19.3 score from 8:19 to 9:29. [19.1] [19.3]
15th – Devin Ford (USA): Major penalty assessed for performing only 40 handstand push-ups* in 19.3. The penalty adjusts Ford’s score from 8:24 to 9:34. [19.3]
*Ford logged a time of 8:24 and submitted a video of his second attempt at 19.3 for official review that was found to be missing 10 reps. Later, Ford submitted a video of his first attempt with all reps completed and a time of 8:49. Rather than accept the original score, or modify to match his first attempt, officials issued a major penalty on his original submission, resulting in a time of 9:34.
29th – Mark Alan (USA): No response to video verification requests. Alan’s Open Workout 19.3 attempt has been invalidated.
35th – Aleksandar Ilin (RUS): Scores are pending final review.
39th – Matt Dunaway (USA): No videos provided. Dunaway’s 19.3 attempt has been invalidated.
49th – Milosz Staworzynski (POL): Scores are pending final review.
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