Should The Rogue Invitational Get Its Games Tickets Back?

August 11, 2020 by
Photo Credit: Patrick Vellner (instagram.com/pvellner)

One way or another, a CrossFit Games champion will be crowned (hopefully) in October of 2020, but the most recent announcements about moving to a two-part format that includes yet another online qualifying portion to get to Aromas means that this year’s iteration will hardly resemble what we’ve come to know the Games to be.

HQ’s willingness to bend the rules of the competition to adjust and account for the fast evolving nature of the world’s current situation amidst the coronavirus pandemic makes sense as the only way forward if having a physical in-person competition remains a top priority.

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