The entirety of the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games regionals will be streamed to Games.CrossFit.com.
Anyone, anywhere can watch the regionals online for free. The coverage will be archived on the Games site so you can watch even after the events have ended.
All regional competitions start at 9 a.m. local time each day (exception East at 8:45 a.m. ET), and end around 6 p.m. (8 p.m. for the larger South Regional). The heat schedules (local time) can be found by clicking the icons on the Games home page, or the regional names below.
May 13 - 15
Pacific Regional | AEST | UTC +10 hours | +Google Calendar
South Regional | CT | UTC -5 hours | +Google Calendar
California Regional | PT | UTC -7 hours | +Google Calendar
May 20 - 22
Atlantic Regional | ET | UTC -4 hours | +Google Calendar
West Regional | PT | UTC -7 hours | +Google Calendar
May 27 - 29
Meridian Regional | CEST | UTC +2 hours | +Google Calendar
Central Regional | ET | UTC -4 hours | +Google Calendar
East Regional | ET | UTC -4 hours | +Google Calendar
Since regionals will be held in five time zones, fans trying to follow all of the weekend's regionals would have to do a lot of mental math to calculate when to watch.
To make it simpler, we have created a concurrent regional schedule that shows all regionals in Pacific Time. From a Californian's perspective, the Pacific Regional in Wollongong, Australia, starts at 4 p.m. PT on Thursday, May 12, due to the 17-hour time difference. With this calendar, you can also see when events overlap and you'll need to make the tough call between, say, watching the women in the South or the women in California take on Event 5.
Alternatively, you can select the Google calendars for the regionals that interest you. Note that all Google calendars are set to Pacific Time.