How To Watch The 2022 Wodapalooza Functional Fitness Festival

After a year-long hiatus due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Wodapalooza returns January 13-16, 2022 in Miami, Florida. The Functional Fitness Festival will be held in Bayfront Park and will feature the first major CrossFit competition of the year. With the largest prize purse in competition history – $100,000 for the winners of both the Elite Division’s men’s and women’s section competitions – the hype is huge.

All four days of the 2022 Wodapalooza competition will be broadcast live on Loud and direct sports YouTube channel, with commentary from Tommy Marquez, Bill Grundler and Chase Ingraham.

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2022 Wodapolooza – Individual Premier League rosters

A total of 48 divisions across individuals, age group, team, teen and adaptation will be on display at Wodapalooza 2022. Lists of nominees for the men’s and women’s elite division are listed below:

Men’s Singles – Elite Division

Single Woman – Elite Division

  • Chloe Wilson
  • Carys Webster
  • Zoe Warren
  • Kendall Vinslet
  • Eli Turner
  • Emma Tal
  • Meredith Swindle
  • Olivia Solick
  • Kayla Stefano
  • Caroline Stanley
  • Danny Spiegel
  • Sarah Sigmundsdottir
  • Bethany Chadbourne
  • Big Semenza
  • Fairoza Saghafi
  • Emily Rolfe
  • Bailey Rail
  • Big Powers
  • Thais nonees
  • Sasha Nivas
  • Ohana Moya Oliver
  • Freya Mossbrugger
  • Emma McQuaid
  • Ariel Lewin
  • Julia Cato
  • Tyla Howe
  • Mette Greeneron
  • Annika Jarir
  • Chloe Goffin David
  • Silvia Garcia
  • Faith Ferguson
  • Maddy Edwards
  • Amy Kringle
  • Caroline Conners
  • Elena Karatala Sanahuga
  • Lucy Campbell
  • Ove Burke
  • Elena Buds
  • Daniel Brandon
  • Kristen Best
  • Michelle Basnett
  • Manon Angonese

2022 Wodapalooza Workouts

Here are the events scheduled to be held in Miami, Florida, for the elite divisions:

Mia Bar Complex

for time:

Men: 275 pounds, 295 pounds, 315 pounds | Ladies: 185 pounds, 195 pounds, 205 pounds

Maximum time: five minutes.

The Bayside Shipper

for time:

  • 48 box jumps – Men: 24 inch chest | Women: 20 inch chest
  • 24 Kettlebell Front Drawer Double Shelves – Men: 62 pounds | Women: 44 pounds
  • rope climbing – Men: eight climbs | Women: Six climbs
  • 24 Burpee Box Jump Overs – Men: 24 inch chest | Women: 20 inch chest
  • 48 Kettlebell Deadlifts – Men: 62 pounds | Women: 44 pounds

Maximum time: 10 minutes.

flip out

For time – 3-3-3-4 minutes from:

In buying:

With the time remaining, each round:

One minute rest between rounds. Maximum time: 16 minutes.

Rowing, swimming, jogging

for time:

  • Row – Men: 2500m | Women: 2000 metres
  • Swimming 250m
  • run 2000 meters

Maximum time: 30 minutes.

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Elimination method:

  • Round 1 – All Athletes
  • Semi-finals – Top 20 athletes
  • Finals – Top 10 Athletes

for time:

  • 60 Feet Handstand Walking – 30 feet unbroken slices
  • Bear Hug 90-foot sandbag
  • Shuttle run 300 feet
  • Bear Hug 90-foot sandbag
  • 60 feet handstand walking

Maximum time: three minutes.

echo on Fran

9-15-21, for the time:

Maximum time: 10 minutes.

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Prize wallet

Below is the prize portfolio for each of Elite divisions for men and women:

  1. $100,000
  2. $35,000
  3. $20,000
  4. $10,000
  5. 7500 dollars
  6. 5000 dollars
  7. 4000 dollars
  8. 3000 Dollars
  9. 2000 dollars
  10. 1000 dollars

In addition, there is a prize of $1,000 for the winner of each event.

welcome to Miami

Patrick Fellner and Tia Claire Tommy Orr are the heroes of Wodapalooza. Fellner will head to Miami, Florida, to defend his title, but Tommy Orr won’t.

The recently completed five-time winner Fittest Woman on Earth® competed in the 2022 World Cup from the BMW International Skeleton and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) in Sigulda, Latvia on January 2, 2022, and the European Cup 2021/22 in Innsbruck, Austria, on January 8, 2022. 2022, as part of the Australian national team hoping to qualify for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.

Featured Image: @wodapalooza on Instagram

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