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Open Workout #19point5 scores are due today, March 25, at 6 p.m. PT. Late scores are not accepted. If you have trouble submitting scores via the website or app, or if your video is uploading too slowly, contact support@crossfitgames.com BEFORE the deadline to secure your score submission. Visit the link in bio for details. #CrossFitOpen Athlete: @vnessherz 📸: @therealdavidsoo @trainingdaymedia

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Open Workout  #19point5 Review Open workout details and descriptions carefully at Games.CrossFit.com. The deadline to submit scores for 19.5 is 6 p.m. PDT on March 25. Scorecard linked in bio. Use #19point5 and tag @CrossFitGames to share your experience  #InTheOpen @fitaid @emilybridgers #CrossFitOpen #CrossFitGames

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LIVE • Games.CrossFit.com • link in bio #19point5 @fitaid

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Three-time Fittest Man on Earth @mathewfras vs. two-time Fittest Woman on Earth @tiaclair1 Mexico's National Championship is on the line. @brenditacastro (1) will face @leacschmidt (2) in the race for Mexico's qualifying spot to the CrossFit Games. Who are your picks to win. #19point5Games.CrossFit.com. Link in bio. @thewestcoastclassic @wodapalooza

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🎙 @bicepslikebriggs 🇬🇧 ・・・ This is it guys ☝🏻 more workout to go ... give it all you have & leave no doubt 💪🏻 #crossfit #crossfitgames #lastbigpush

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🎙@thewestcoastclassic: “If #19point5 involves a staring contest or a Lat flex off.... @tiaclair1 is screwed. A bronze buckle competition on the other hand... Fraser stands zero chance.” #CrossFitOpen

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🎙 @jonnekoski ・・・ Excited to go against @esslingerlukas in the @crossfitgames 19.5 open announcement here in Belgium 🇧🇪 @rogueeurope We will go in 5 hours! Check the livestream from games.crossfit.com !

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🎙 @filthy150 ・・・ The stage is set! We are #filthyready for 19.5!!! Tune in at 4pm (PST) or 11pm (GMT) for our full Open Breakdown with @armenhammertv and @morningchalkup ! At 5pm (PST) or 12am (GMT) we will announce 19.5 and see @crossfitcowboy45 and @travismfwilliams go head to head! We have some deadly Irish athletes ready to throw down in front of the home crowd and we couldn't be more excited to see @m1ckysm1th @foalmc @mcquaid175 @efaburkecf @kevinclaxton and @alanburnell take the floor later tonight! Tickets for the event are completely sold out for tonight! @crossfitbua @crossfitgames #irishcrossfit #filthy150 #filthyready #dublin #liveannouncement #openannouncement #19point5 #intheopen #openready 📷 @andycowanphotography

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Tune in from 11 a.m. AEST (5 p.m. PT) to learn about 19.5, and then check out Games athletes @iamkhanporter and @jessicaccoughlan as they go head-to-head against the final workout of the 2019 Open. @DownUnderCrossFitChampionship. Complete coverage from week five of the Open is available at Games.CrossFit.com. Links in bio. 📷 @doooker @aliciaanthony217 #CrossFitGames

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@CrossFitbtwb: Last week we looked at how the top 10 largest countries in the Open compared on 19.3. This week we’re going to look at country performance a little differently. For our first graphic, we are looking at performance by country based on what it took to reach the 99th percentile on 19.4 in that country. In order to keep the numbers statistically relevant, we limited the analysis to only countries with more than 1,000 Open participants overall. This turned out to include 24 different countries. We separated the numbers by gender in the individual divisions (18-34, both Rx’d and scaled). By looking at percentiles, we can compare countries with vastly different numbers of competitors and get a relative performance metric. This requires countries with more participants to have proportionally more high-performing athletes in order to place higher in the rankings. Based on this analysis, the top three countries for men in 19.4 were Russia, New Zealand, and Mexico, respectively. The top three countries for women were Iceland, New Zealand, and Belgium, respectively. The table above shows the rest of the countries in the top 10 spots. Read the full article at Games.CrossFit.com. #CrossFitGames #19point4

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Episode 14 of Inside Invictus takes you behind the scenes as @laurenfisher 🇺🇸 travels to @DiabloCrossFit to face off against @AlessandraPichelli 🇮🇹 at the live announcement of Open Workout #19point3. 📺 Games.CrossFit.com@crossfitinvictus YouTube - 🎥 @mccoymedia #CrossFitGames at Diablo CrossFit

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🎙 @filthy150 ・・・ We have our third match-up at our 19.5 live announcement! @mcquaid175 🇮🇪 vs @efaburkecf 🇮🇪 - These top two female contenders for the Irish National Championship are only separated by 6 points going into 19.5. Only one of them will be crowned the Irish National Champion and go on to represent Ireland at the CrossFit Games in Madison. Tune in at 4pm (PST) or 11pm (GMT) for our full Open Breakdown with Armen Hammer and Morning Chalk Up. At 5pm (PST) or 12am (GMT) we will announce 19.5 and see these two go head-to-head. #filthy150 #filthyready #crossfitfilthy150 #sanctionals #intheopen #19point5 #cometoireland @fitaideurope @reebok @reebokuk @romwod @crossfitgames @morningchalkup @armenhammertv @efaburkecf @mcquaid175

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