Tickets to the regionals are on sale now. Buy your three-day or one-day pass through the “Get Tickets” block on the righthand side of the CrossFit Games site. Three-day passes go for US$50, and single-day passes are just $20.
Three international regions will have reduced rates. In Asia and Africa, the three-day passes will go for $20, and the single day passes will cost $8. Tickets in Latin America will cost $20 for three days, and $10 for one day.
If tickets do not sell out in advance, they will be sold at the door only, and may be subject to the venue’s processing fees.
The Open is over and regional invitations will soon go out. Here’s what athletes and fans can expect in the coming weeks. It’s now time to determine who will advance to the next stage of the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games season.
Read here for all the information.
Open Workout 14.5 submissions are now closed.
Fewer than 200 tickets are available for the Live Announcement of Open Workout 14.5 in San Francisco, Calif., as of Tuesday, March 25 at 12 p.m. PT.
Soon after Dave Castro announces the workout, five CrossFit Games champions will set the scores to beat. Four thousand fans will pack the stands at the Kezar Pavillion to watch Rich Froning Jr. (2011, 2012, 2013), Jason Khalipa (2008), Graham Holmberg (2010), Samantha Briggs (2013), and Annie Thorisdottir (2011, 2012).
Open Workout 14.4 submissions are now closed.
Don't miss the live announcement of Open Workout 14.5.
Immediately after CrossFit Games Director Dave Castro announces the final workout of the 2014 Open, five CrossFit Games champions will set the scores to beat.
Three-time CrossFit Games champion Rich Froning Jr. (2011, 2012, 2013) will take on Jason Khalipa (2008) and Graham Holmberg (2010), and reigning champion Samantha Briggs (2013) will face her predecessor, two-time champion Annie Thorisdottir (2011, 2012).