For time, with one team member completing each portion:
150 Wall-Ball shots

M - 20-lb. ball to 10-ft. target
F - 14-lb. ball to 9-ft. target

30 clean and jerks

M - 135 lb.
F - 95 lb.

21-15-9 reps of:
Handstand push-ups

M - 225-lb. deadlifts
F - 155-lb. deadlifts

75 snatches

M - 75 lb.
F - 55 lb.

  • The fifth event of the CrossFit Team Series consists of four classic CrossFit benchmark workouts performed as a relay for time. Each team member will do one benchmark workout.

    At the call of “3, 2, 1 … go,” Athlete 1 will begin Karen.

    Once Athlete 1 finishes the 150th wall-ball shot, the judge will record the time and Athlete 1 will slap hands with Athlete 2 who will then begin Grace.

    Once Athlete 2 finishes the 30th clean and jerk, the judge will again record the time and Athlete 2 will slap hands with Athlete 3 who will then begin Diane.

    Once Athlete 3 finishes the final handstand push-up, the judge will record the time and Athlete 3 will slap hands with Athlete 4 who will then begin Randy.

    After Athlete 4 finishes the 75th snatch, the judge will record the total time elapsed across all four workouts. This is the team’s score for the event.


    • Medicine ball (20 lb., 14 lb., or 10 lb.)

    • Three barbells

    • Bumper plates

    • Collars

    • Marker

    • Ruler

    • Tape

    *The official weight is in pounds. For your convenience, the minimum acceptable weights in kilograms are:

    Karen - 9 / 6-kg ball for Rx’d, 6 / 4-kg ball for Scaled.

    Grace - 61 / 43-kg clean and jerk for Rx’d, 43 / 29-kg clean and jerk for Scaled.

    Diane - 102 / 69-kg deadlift for Rx’d, 70 / 48-kg deadlift and 34 / 25-kg press for Scaled.

    Randy - 34 / 24-kg snatch for Rx’d, 29 / 20-kg snatch for Scaled.

    Video Submission Standards

    Prior to starting, film all equipment (medicine ball, Grace barbell, Diane barbell and Randy barbell) so the loads can be seen clearly. Film the measurement of the height of the wall-ball target and the establishment of the handstand push-up line. All video submissions should be uncut and unedited in order to accurately display the performance. A second person with a stopwatch should be in the frame throughout the entire workout. Shoot the video from an angle so all exercises can be clearly seen meeting the movement standards.