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CrossFit Games Prize Money: How Much Are CrossFitters Making In 2021

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CrossFit Games Prize Money: How Much Are CrossFitters Making In 2019

CrossFit Games Prize Money details are here!

The CrossFit Games is an athletic competition which started in the summer of 2007. It is sponsored by Crossfit Inc, and the popular sports brand company, Reebok. It usually constitutes workouts of different sorts which participants must complete within the best possible time. The competition exercises are often revealed just hours or days before the start of the final tournament. It can range from standard aerobic exercises, weightlifting to obstacle courses, ocean swimming or even softball throwing. The winner of this rigourous competition is regarded as the “fittest person”. The CrossFit Games prize money is also considerably large.

CrossFit Games Prize Money Boost From Sponsorships

CrossFit Games prize money tends to increase with growing popularity and lately, the competition has become really popular. Cross-fit training has been taken up by millions of fitness enthusiasts and the brand has spread all across the globe. It’s basic objective is to create strength but also endurance in a person. The CrossFit Games is the mecca of muscle-building, hard-working, athletic individuals going at each other for the top prize.

With the brand’s growing popularity, participation and sponsorship has also skyrocketed over the past few years. The largest jump in prize money happened when Reebok first started to sponsor the event. The CrossFit Games prize money jumped from $25,000 in 2010 to $250,000 in 2011. Of course, that further helped in creating the hype around  the competition and since then, it has been flourishing.

CrossFit Rewards In 2019

CrossFit Games Prize Money

Top Overall Finish – Individual Athletes (men and women)

First place: US$300,000

Second place: $115,000

Third place: $75,000

Fourth place: $50,000

Fifth to eighth place: $35,000, $30,000, $27,000 and $25,000, respectively

Ninth to 20th place: $23,000, $21,000, $18,000, $16,000, $15,000, $14,000, $13,000, $12,000, $11,000, $10,000, $9,000 and $8,000, respectively.

Top Finish by Event – Individual Athletes (men and women)

First place: $3,000

Second place: $2,000

Third place: $1,000

Top Overall Finish – Masters Athletes, 35-39 Division (men and women)

First place: $25,000

Second place: $10,000

Third place: $5,000

Top Overall Finish – Masters Athletes (men and women, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60+ age divisions)

First place: $10,000

Second place: $5,000

Third place: $3,000

Top Overall Finish – Teams (prize per team)

First place: $100,000

Second place: $70,000

Third place: $40,000

Fourth place: $25,000

CrossFit Games Qualification

Participation for the CrossFit Games is open to everyone. Hence, the first qualification round of this competition has been named “The Open” in 2011. Workouts are released on Thursdays and athletes need to record their best scores and submit them online by Monday. As of 2019, the top athlete from each country and 20 winners of the open qualifiers make it to the final tournament.

There used to be regional qualifiers before  2018 but Reebok discontinued that process. Now, independent fitness events are held alongside the open to find participants. The CrossFit Games also has the choice to invite four athletes who did not qualify through any of the other mediums.

CrossFit Games Past Champions

CrossFit Champions Medals

Individual and Team Champions

Year Individual Men Individual Women Team
2007 James Fitzgerald Jolie Gentry CrossFit Santa Cruz
2008 Jason Khalipa Caity Matter CrossFit Oakland
2009 Mikko Salo Tanya Wagner Northwest CrossFit
2010 Graham Holmberg Kristan Clever CrossFit Fort Vancouver
2011 Rich Froning Jr. Annie Thorisdottir CrossFit New England
2012 Rich Froning Jr. Annie Thorisdottir Hack’s Pack UTE
2013 Rich Froning Jr. Samantha Briggs Hack’s Pack UTE
2014 Rich Froning Jr. Camille Leblanc-Bazinet CrossFit Invictus
2015 Ben Smith Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir CrossFit Mayhem Freedom
2016 Mathew Fraser Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir CrossFit Mayhem Freedom
2017 Mathew Fraser Tia-Clair Toomey Wasatch CrossFit
2018 Mathew Fraser Tia-Clair Toomey CrossFit Mayhem Freedom
2019 Mathew Fraser Tia-Clair Toomey CrossFit Mayhem Freedom

Masters Men’s Champions

Year 35–39 40–44 45–49 50–54 55–59 60+
2010 Brian Curley
2011 Scott DeTore Gord MacKinnon Steve Anderson Greg Walker
2012 Gene LaMonica Gord MacKinnon Tim Anderson Scott Olson
2013 Michael Moseley Ron Ortiz Craig Howard Hilmar Hardarson Scott Olson
2014 Shawn Ramirez Jerry Hill Will Powell Steve Hamming Scott Olson
2015 Shawn Ramirez Matthew Swift Joe Ames Will Powell Steve Pollini
2016 Shawn Ramirez Ron Mathews Ron Ortiz Will Powell David Hippensteel
2017 Kyle Kasperbauer Shawn Ramirez Robert Davis Kevin Koester Shannon Aiken David Hippensteel
2018 Kyle Kasperbauer Neal Maddox Robert Davis Cliff Musgrave Brig Edwards David Hippensteel
2019 Nick Urankar Jason Grubb Joel Hughes Kevin Koester Joe Ames Paul Perna

Masters Women’s Champions

Year 35–39 40–44 45–49 50–54 55–59 60+
2010 Laurie Carver
2011 Susan Habbe Mary Beth Litsheim Shelley Noyce Betsy Finley
2012 Lisa Mikkelsen Susan Habbe Marnel King Mary Schwing
2013 Amanda Allen Lisa Mikkelsen Colleen Fahey Gabriele Schlicht Sharon Lapkoff
2014 Amanda Allen Kim Holway Mary Beth Litsheim Susan Clarke Karen Wattier
2015 Janet Black Kylie Massi Cindy Kelley Susan Clarke Rosalie Glenn
2016 Helen Harding Cheryl Brost Shellie Edington Mary Beth Prodromides
(née Litsheim)
Shaun Havard
2017 Stephanie Roy Helen Harding Cheryl Brost Marion Valkenburg[a] Susan Clarke Patty Failla
2018 Anna Tobias Stephanie Roy Amanda Allen Eva Thornton Mary Beth Prodromides Shaun Havard
2019 Anna Tobias Joey Kimdon Janet Black Jana Slyder Laurie Meschishnick Susan Clarke

Teens Champions

Year 14–15 Boys 14–15 Girls 16–17 Boys 16–17 Girls
2015 Angelo Dicicco Sydney Sullivan Nicholas Paladino Isabella Vallejo
2016 Vincent Ramirez Kaela Stephano Nicholas Paladino Allison Weiss
2017 Dallin Pepper Chloe Smith Angelo Dicicco Kaela Stephano
2018 Tudor Magda Olivia Sulek Dallin Pepper Haley Adams
2019 David Bradley Emma Cary Dallin Pepper Chloe Smith

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