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Brazil CrossFit Championship Power Rankings

May 14, 2019 by
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Scott Henderson and Justin LoFranco:

Welcome​​ to The​​ Morning Chalk Up’s​​ Brazil CrossFit Championship (BCC) power​ rankings.​ In order to establish these power rankings, we analyzed major CrossFit competitions since 2017 based on an athlete’s placement and level of competition, factoring in how long ago the competition occurred. Here are the top ten athletes ranked going into the 9th Sanctional of the 2019 CrossFit Games season.


21191Saxon Panchik324910519WZA – 5
21042Sean Sweeney5914215222WZA – 22, FCT – 1
20253Will Moorad78223MAC – 3
18404Alexandre Caron6564639
17885Norman Woodring9193225WZA – 10, SID – 7, MAC – 18
16186Spencer Panchik40111291MAC – 16
15327Austin Spencer8274176WZA. – 16
13238Kyle Cant6885208
10209Lucas Parker126FCT – 7, SID – 14
95510Agustin Richelme50295375


22651Mekenzie Riley1111131823
19252Carolyne Prevost14356DCC – 24
17453Paige Semenza173947732WZA – 11, MAC – 5
15744Alison Scudds614347
10525Melina Rodriguez40230294
10386Jessica Schwartz184237128
8487Caroline Conners106540161
6788Andreia Pinheiro146507502
5989Susana Rodrigues Etto1823964521
58410Tata Rebane188541602

Methodology and Point System

2018 Games: Available Points 1,000
2019 Open: Available Points 1,000
2017 Games: Available Points 800
2018 Dubai CrossFit Championship: Available Points 800
2019 Wodapalooza: Available Points 800 Women, 700 Men
2019 CrossFit Fittest In Cape Town: Available Points 700 Men, 600 Women
2019 Australian CrossFit Championship: Available Points 600 Women, 500 Men
2019 CrossFit Strength In Depth: Available Points 700 Women, 600 Men
2019 Mid Atlantic CrossFit Challenge: Available Points 600
2019 Asia CrossFit Championship: Available Points 500
2019 CrossFit Italian Showdown: Available Points 600
2019 Reykjavik CrossFit Championship: Available Points 700 Men, 600 Women
2018 Regionals: Available Points 700
2017 Regionals: Available Points 500
2018 Open: Available Points 400
2017 Open: Available Points 300

Where an athlete placed in a given event determined how many of the total available points they earned. To make sure these power rankings did not overly value frequency of participation, but rather measured fitness capacity and top-end consistency, only the top 3 performances from each athlete were considered. The maximum number of points an athlete could have achieved is therefore 2,800, which Mat Fraser did with a 1st at the 2018 Games (1,000 points), a 1st in the 2019 Open (1,000 points) and a 1st at Dubai (800 points).

Other Notes:
Former team champ Angelo DiCicco back in action. Games-bound athletes Maria Camila Quintero of Colombia and Carol Colling-Romero of Paraguay getting major competition experience.

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