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05.19.16
Pat Sherwood talks with Caroline Dardini, who finished first in the Mid Atlantic Region in the 2016 Open. The two chat about her Open experience as well as what she has been doing to prepare for...
05.19.16
Sean Woodland chats with Nathan Bramblett about his 2015 Games experience, his family and his training this season. Watch Bramblett compete at the Atlantic Regional, May 20-22, live on Games.CrossFit...
05.19.16
Pat Sherwood catches up with six-time Games athlete, Christy Adkins. Adkins heads into the Atlantic Regional after tying for third in the 2016 Open in the Mid Atlantic Region.  Watch Adkins fight for...
05.19.16
Cole Sager, 25, heads into regionals after placing 11th in the Open in the North West. Sager competed at the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games and is looking to make it back to Carson and best last year's...
05.19.16
New Faces in the South
  Like an encore one year later, two-time Games athlete Roy Gamboa and 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games champion Camille Leblanc-Bazinet reprised their 2015 roles as regional victors with top...
05.19.16
Regional Seedings: Atlantic and West
  If you missed our article last week on how these regional seeds are created, along with a look at how well they have performed in the past at predicting Games qualifiers, check it out...
05.18.16
Tommy Marquez catches up with Travis Mayer, the third-place finisher in the 2016 Open. They discuss how he balances family life with training, and what he's doing to make it back to the Games this...
05.17.16
On this episode of the CrossFit Games Update Show, host Sean Woodland and analysts Pat Sherwood and Tommy Marquez recap the California, South and Pacific Regionals. The crew discusses some of the top...
05.17.16
Programming Perspective
  When the first two 2016 Regional events were announced—the snatch ladder and Regional Nate—the hosts of the “Update Show” had a hard time maintaining their composure. “Just a couple of...
05.15.16
Bridges and Fisher Win the California Regional
  They were not going to let it happen again. Last year, Josh Bridges and Lauren Fisher failed to qualify for the CrossFit Games. The year on the sidelines made them focused, hungry, and...
05.15.16
Nine Times
  As the bars got heavier, Becca Voigt’s smile grew wider. When Voigt practiced Event 1, the snatch ladder, the furthest she got was 6 snatches at 155 lb. “My goal was 155 (lb.), so I told...
05.15.16
Big Waves in the Pacific
  While one hemisphere of the CrossFit world slept, the Pacific Regional crowned its fittest athletes, the five women, men and teams that will represent Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific...
05.15.16
In The Stands
  When Christine Stringfield told her coworkers she was taking time off work to attend the California Regional, a few of them wished her luck. Stringfield, who has being doing CrossFit for...
05.15.16
The Update Show crew shares highlights from the Pacific Regional and talks about who is heading to Carson, California, in July.
05.15.16
A New Challenge
  Nuno Costa is one of only two athletes to compete in each of the seven CrossFit Games team competitions. This year, instead of joining Invictus for a possible eighth trip to the Games,...
05.14.16
Competition Calm
  Friday the 13th is a lucky day for Jamie Hagiya. Friday, Day 1 of the 2015 California Regional, marked the first day Hagiya saw her name at the top of the leaderboard after a full day of...
05.14.16
 The Update Show crew recaps the competition at the Pacific Regional after Day 2.
05.14.16
Green Machine
  Team Invictus has some new faces this year. With longtime team members Nuno Costa, Rasmus Andersen and Bryan Miller competing as individuals, Heather Hippensteel and Bryce Smith are the...

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