Men’s Division Recap: The Five Biggest Takeaways From The 2022 Open

March 17, 2022 by
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As quickly as it got here, the 2022 CrossFit Games Open has come to a close. For twelve seasons now the Open has stood tall as the official starting line in the race to find the fittest on earth each year, but as the newest season structure begins to lay roots, additional competition stages have shifted the structure of the Open as well.

In 2022 three scored tests across three weeks are what was ultimately chosen to set the stage for Quarterfinals, and even though the current iteration of the Open has slimmed down significantly from its earlier years, there is still plenty to be gleaned from the performances seen across the men’s division as things gear up for the next stage of competition. 

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