Our New and Improved Leaderboard!
You may have noticed that we recently revised our leaderboard. Here are some of the adjustments we made:
- Changed some of the Benchmark WODs (added “Morrison,” for example)
- Removed CrossFitters who haven’t attended CFSBK in several years or hadn’t had their submission verified by a coach
- “Murph” must be completed in a weighted vest (20/14 lbs) to be eligible for the leaderboard
- Added the Wilks and Sinclair score totals (used to compare lifters of different weight classes) for powerlifting and weightlifting meets
- Added Spikeball (tournament play only!)
- Removed marathon and triathalon (these were infrequently updated)
- Add 1-minute and 10-minute max calories on the Assault Bike
- Changed max Handstand Hold for time to Handstand Walk for distance. The athlete has 3:00 to walk as far as they can in 4′ increments. We’re using the short end of the black floor mats to measure distance. If you come down before clearing a mat, you’ve got to go back and start at the end of the previously completed one.
We also changed the overall organization of the board. Here’s how it works:
- Top three panels (L to R): monostructural movements, powerlifting, bodyweight-biased movements and Benchmarks
- Bottom three panels (L to R): Benchmark WODs, Olympic lifting, Hero WODs and anything else that doesn’t fit into the other 5 categories
Shooting to get on the leaderboard? Here are a few things you should know:
- The Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, and CrossFit totals must be completed at a meet.
- If you’re attempting to get on the leaderboard, you must get approval from a coach beforehand, and he or she must have eyes on your during the workout/attempt. Leaderboard submissions not verified by a coach will not count.
- If you’ve successfully posted a leaderboard-worthy effort, congratulations! Please write it on the Accomplishments whiteboard next to the bathrooms in 597.
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