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2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Adaptive Division Recap

August 3, 2023 by
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Adaptive Division athletes have completed their appearance at the Games and medals have been awarded for the 2023 season after a hard fought three days of competition in Madison, WI. 

Remind me: Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, and Multi-Extremity adaptive division athletes competed live and in-person at the Games this week. While the remaining adaptive divisions were crowned virtually, following the Open. This was the first year adaptive athletes performed bar muscle-ups in the division (Lower Extremity only). 

Women Upper Extremity 

1. Christina Mazzullo (705)

2. Anne-Laure Coutenceau (610) 

3. Elaine De Rocco (550)

Mazzullo took home her second 1st place finish after having a very strong weekend. She didn’t have a test finish outside of third. 

Men Upper Extremity 

1. Casey Acree (800) 

2. Alexis Fiorucci (460)

3. Xabier Osa Mendes (380)

Acree did not lose a single event over the entire competition and will bring home the gold for a third year in a row. 

Women Lower Extremity 

1.Bayleigh Hooper (680) 

2. Valerie Cohen (680)

3. Molly Moore (360)

Canadian athlete Hooper tied for first place came out swinging with a first place finish in her rookie year and strong placement in every test. 

Men Lower Extremity 

1. Rogan Dean (700)

2. Charles Pienaar (640)

3. Hildon Carvalho (320)

Dean came back stronger this year after taking second place last year. He didn’t have a test finish outside of second over three days of competition. 

Women Multi-Extremity

1. Noelle Henderson (645)

2. Amea Reyna (565)

3. Jordan Ingalsbe (505)

Henderson was a Games rookie this year and didn’t disappoint. She sat comfortably at the top of the leaderboard throughout the entire competition. 

Men Multi-Extremity 

1. Chris Rhyme (660)

2. James Brown (570)

3. Mijail Pedrini (510)

Rhyme was a Games rookie this year, but you wouldn’t know it. He won the Open and proceeded to win his division at the Games this year.

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