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Results Swiss Single Lift Championships 2018 (SDFPF) – Zuchwil

WE ARE PROUD TO BE STRONG!

CrossFit Basel was represented by Headcoach Ramon Gysin at the Swiss Single Lift Championships 2018 (SDFPF) in Zuchwil SO. He won best lifter overall male in the Back Squat and Deadlift taking two new swiss records. Congratulations!

Our lifting Team currently holds 101 swiss, 12 european and 10 world records!

Find detailed explanation about the sport of Powerlifting as well as past reports on the bottom of the post.

Results Ramon Gysin, BW 101.8kg/-110kg:

Backsquat: 275kg (Swiss Record)
Bench Press: 160kg
Deadlift: 295kg (Swiss Record, personal life time best)
(Unofficial total: 730kg)

HEADCOACH RAMON GYSIN: „Very unexpected, this was my second best competition in Powerlifting/Single Lift EVER. I will not compete international in Single Lift this year due to having further education scheduled at the same dates. Today was more like a test day for the upcoming bigger competitions in two (Strongman) and three (European Championship in Powerlifting) weeks. 275kg Back Squat is my 4th best Squat ever and for the first time I got 295kg in the Deadlift.
Taking away best lifter trophies in Squat and Deadlift was the big goal for today. The race was very tight and I am glad I made it. I had a good friendly fight with Daniel Velarde in the Squat and Dario Dorizzi in the Deadlift, being separated only by merely one point in each movement. They definitely helped me to achieve these big lifts today, thanks for the motivation and challenge!“


Find the best lifts of Team CrossFit Basel on vimeo.


Are you interested in hosting one of Ramon Gysin’s Powerlifting Seminars or Strongman Workshops? Here are your next chances:

SOLD OUT April 15th – CrossFit Basel – Strong(wo)man Athletes Workshop

April 29th – CrossFit St. Gallen – Strong(wo)man Athletes Workshop extended edition

May 10th – CrossFit Baden – Powerlifting Workshop

August 4th/5th CrossFit Basel Summer Training Camp

October 14th – CrossFit Basel – Strong(wo)man Coaches Workshop

October 28th – CrossFit Blue Apple (Wahlen/BL) – Powerlifting Workshop

Get back to him via rg@crossfitbasel.ch.


What is Powerlifting?

Every athlete has three attempts in the following three exercises (Powerlifts). The total of the best lifts count towards the total.

Backsquat:

275.5kg Backsquat 2 – Ramon Gysin @99.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Bench Press:

170kg Bench Press 3 – Ramon Gysin @99.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Deadlift:

WR 207.5kg Deadlift 3 – Nora Jäggi @74.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

You can also compete in Single Lift Competitions where you choose to compete in one, two, or all three lifts, but get ranked separately in each lift.

There are raw competitions where only a belt is allowed and there are equipped competitions (single ply => one layer of suits/equipment and multi ply => several layers of equipment) where athletes wear assistant suits, briefs and knee wraps to be able to lift much more weight.

Team CrossFit Basel is competing raw.

What is the WDFPF?

The World Drug Free Powerlifting Federation was established to give drug free lifters a home as in most strength sports there is no or little drug testing. In fact there is no other sports federation (including ALL olympic sports!) in the world today that knows such severe punishment like the WDFPF. If an athlete is tested positive he or she will be banned FOR LIFE and all past results will be erased.

The WDFPF is also an inclusive federation, all athletes, no matter what age, are competing at the same venue at the same competition together, ranked in their respective weight and age classes.


Reports from the past:

2018:

Powerlifting Swiss Championships

2017:

Powerlifting World Championships

Powerlifting European Championships

2016:

Swiss Single Lift Championships

Swiss Powerlifting Championships

2015:

Swiss Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

BZ Basel European Championship 2015

2014:

Swiss Championships

European Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

Interview mit Ramon Gysin über Krafttraining

2013:

Swiss Championships

2012:

Swiss Championships

European Single Lift Championships

World Championships

2011:

Swiss Championships

2010:

World Championships


2009:

Swiss Championships

REEBOK CROSSFIT GAMES OPEN 2018 18.5 / / RECAP

Open Workout 18.5 and RECAP of five weeks of fun and community!

It’s done! Once again.

The CrossFit Games Open: Every year, these five weeks stir up mixed emotions. A cocktail of expectancy, high hopes, impatience and joy mixed with apprehension, respect and maybe a pinch of fear.

The CrossFit Games Open 2018 ended with a Repeater.

Workout 18.5 = 12.5 = 11.6

Complete as many reps as possible in 7 minutes of:
3 thrusters
3 chest-to-bar pull-ups
6 thrusters
6 chest-to-bar pull-ups
9 thrusters
9 chest-to-bar pull-ups
12 thrusters
12 chest-to-bar pull-ups
15 thrusters
15 chest-to-bar pull-ups
18 thrusters
18 chest-to-bar pull-ups

This is a timed workout. If you complete the round of 18, go on to 21. If you complete 21, go on to 24, etc.

Men use 100 lb. / Women use 65 lb.

Looks simple and „easy“ but it was a real mindf**k. A nice grueling finisher after 5 weeks of pure CrossFit. „Constantly varied functional movements executed at high intensity.“

Some people are happy that it’s over. Sleepless thursday-nights before the workout-announcement. The fear for Burpees and Thrusters…sore muscles and painfaces all over the place.

But as tough it was, it was also a great time to grow as a person and as a community. We had 130 CFBS-Athletes who signed up for the Open 2018 and were able to beat last year´s numbers! Great work peeps! The team spirit was awesome and it was beautiful to see how you guys are helping each other out by cheering and offering support. That’s what those times are about. Growing stronger – physically and physiologically as a human.

This year the Open showed the direction how the sport is developing. Weights and skills are getting „heavier“. More people chose the scaled variation. But that’s not a bad thing. It’s just an option to make the experience possible for more people. It is also showing us that almost nothing is impossible and that there’s always a way to improve and „get better than yesterday“.
Many athletes got their first double under, toes to bar, pull-up, chest to bar pull-up or even muscle-ups.

Now some numbers and final performance analysis:

Alessia qualified again for the Meridian Regionals! All your hard and dedicated work pays off girl! You rock!

 This is copied straight from the CrossFit Games Open Rule book:

„The team Leaderboard is unofficial and subject to change until all Individual athletes have completed the video review process and either accepted or rejected their invitation to compete at regionals.“ We will know how the final leaderboard looks after April 16, when the individuals have decided about wether they go team or individual.

The following leaderboard is just provisionally.

Rankings so far in Region Europe South:

We are currently sitting within the 15 qualifying spots in the newly created region „Europe South“. We are curious to see how the leaderboard changes after the removal of 40 Individual athletes. We are honestly not expecting to qualify as after the removal of Alessia’s excellent performances we will most likely drop out of the top 15. But we are confident to be able to build a team for 2019 as we have one year of preparation ahead and many talented athletes at the box.

This year also shows new athletes on the CFBS-Top Ten Leaderboard:


and the CFBS Downtown-Top Ten:

Swiss wide leaderboard:

Joel Wächter (15.), Tom Schwander (16.) and Sascha Albini (18.) belong to the top 20 in Switzerland.
Alessia Wälchli (3.) and Jessi Preiss (9.) belong to the top 10 in Switzerland.

Swiss wide leaderboard masters categories top 20:

Markus Wellenreiter (7. 35-39), Sarah Mentzen (8. 35-39), Jeannine Borer (16. 35-39), Sascha Albini (1. 40-44, 2. IN EUROPE SOUTH MASTERS 40-44 DIVISION), Gail McBride (16. 40-44), Döne Bonina (18. 40-44), Rachel Elend (10. 45-49), Cornelia Köppel (17. 45-49), Walter Bartolotta (18. 50-54), Adrian Gasser (3. 55-59), David Stöckli (5. 55-59), Marie Lavina (5. 55-59), Esteban Pombo (6. 60+), Dora Seebacher (1. 60+, 7. IN EUROPE SOUTH MASTERS 60+ DIVISON)

So much respect for you all! Lifetime goals…just sayin’…


 

FINAL standings of CrossFit Basel and CrossFit Basel Downtowns internal Open competition:

 

 

Bomb Squad left no doubt and showed a strong performance from the first week on! Congratulations!

 

The Team-Spirit and support was outstanding!

 

 

 

 

Keep up the great work folks! The CrossFit Games Open is really one of my favourite times of the year! After the Open is before the Swiss Team CHallenge, just sayin…

We finished the five weeks and the sunny day with a nice „Hello spring“- BBQ and looking forward to the next events with you all! Thank you guys!

 

Thanks to Gee-Jay, Mike, Lucie, Tabea, Döne, Tiziana, Lani and everyone who made pictures, helped with the organization and to „make it great again“!

Recap 18.1
Recap 18.2
Recap 18.3
Recap 18.4

Take a look for more (and more) and stay tuned for more news and infos towards CFBS @ MERIDIAN REGIONALS!

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Some „deep thoughts“ at the end:

Excerpt from this article. Many people got quite emotional about how the Open evolved and ask your for more every year:

„At breakfast, I told Coach Glassman I had visited the old CrossFit HQ, and he jokingly said the place is probably a meth lab now. He showed no sentimentality at all—the mark of a leader who has always been way ahead of the pack. We’re looking forward, son—always.

You shouldn’t be sentimental about CrossFit either. Doing so is literally bad for your health.

This year’s Open competition was next level, and some sentimental people didn’t like that. They longed for the old days, which are long gone, even if 18.5 was a repeat of a test seen in 2011 and 2012.

In some forums, I heard a few people complaining about workouts that were very, very challenging at the Rx level, as if something had been taken away from them. Some were upset about the placement of difficult gymnastics elements, the number of reps, the loads and the new movements that thinned the herd. It was as if some thought the tests weren’t “appropriate” solely because they didn’t have the fitness to do them or weren’t prepared for them. Some seemed to think a few athletes “deserved” to be at Regionals due to past performance, not current fitness levels.“

On- and upwards. Always work hard and give your best. Do not stress about it, but keep going and never stop. Set realistic goals, and work on them every day. Body, mind and soul need to be in balance. Know your values and principles. Be conscious about where your path is leading you towards. Do not resent if something goes not as planned, but change, if you are unhappy with what the world currently presents to you. Change what you are in control with and accept the rest. Look at your results and decide if you want to be better or if you are happy with them in comparison to the work you put in. Do so without emotions, but using ratio. Then think about the next steps. Plan, work. Repeat.

On the performance side, The Open is simply a reality check. But do not forget the other side. You are not alone on this journey. Honor the community that supports you. Cheer and support your friends when they need you, because at some point you need someone as well. Celebrate your fitness, party together and enjoy the awesome time we spend together!

Stay strong and keep shining

HEADCOACH RAMON GYSIN

Sonntag, 25. März 2018

WOD

10 Minutes EMOM:

100/70m Sprint
7 Kettle bell taters (24/16kg)

„If you are not willing to risk the usual you will have to settle for the ordinary.“ ~Jim Rohn

REEBOK CROSSFIT GAMES OPEN 2018 18.4

Open Workout 18.4

Thursday night/ Friday morning, March 16th, 2018, the 4th WOD of the CrossFit Games Open 2018 was released.

Headcoach Ramon Gysin about 18.4

18.4 was controversy and surprising at the same time. Controversy,  because half of the CrossFit community was literally bitching and whining about the new handstand push-up (HSPU) standard. It is certainly tough, but it demands a proper range of motion, active shoulders and midline stabilization, in order to reach the required height with your heels. All of this makes it a well executed HSPU. If you trained your HSPU with a too wide grip, lack of midline stabilization and no active shoulders all year long, sure thing you are going to struggle with it. Virtuosity is doing the common uncommon well. If your form is sloppy in your daily WOD, it will certainly not help you in the Open.

Surprising, because of new movements. We have never seen handstand walks or bear crawl before.

Great stuff, I really liked this WOD! Looking forward to 18.5, which can be voted by the community. Three different WODs are in the mix, the community chooses which one is going to be thrown down.

Workout 18.4

For time:

21 deadlifts (weight 1)
21 handstand push-ups
15 deadlifts (weight 1)
15 handstand push-ups
9 deadlifts (weight 1)
9 handstand push-ups
21 deadlifts (weight 2)
50-ft. handstand walk
15 deadlifts (weight 2)
50-ft. handstand walk
9 deadlifts (weight 2)
50-ft. handstand walk

Time cap: 9 minutes

VARIATIONS

Rx (Ages 16-54)
Men deadlift 225 lb. then 315 lb.
Women deadlift 155 lb. then 205 lb.

Scaled (Ages 16-54)
Men deadlift 135 lb. and perform hand-release push-ups,
then deadlift 185 lb. and bear crawl
Women deadlift 95 lb. and perform hand-release push-ups,
then deadlift 135 lb. and bear crawl

All details here

A lot of athletes did RX, what means it was PR-time doing their first Handstand push-ups! The new handstand push-up standards were challenging, also for experienced athletes. In any case, it left all of us dizzy.

How the CrossFit Basel athletes performed

Women

Alessia Wälchli is now placed 7th in Women Europe South, she had the 6th best result (08:45) in 18.4 in Europe South. Her chances to qualify for the CrossFit Games Regionals are excellent. Alessia now shares the first place in Switzerland with Ursula Fasel and Ana C. Caldas. Also good rankings in the category Women Switzerland have:

  • 10.  Jessica Preiss (5th (146 Reps) best result in 18.4 in Switzerland)
  • 30. Lani Messner

 

Women 35+

Dora Seebacher still holds the 7th place after 18.4 in Women 60+ in Europe South, she is still first in Women 60+ in Switzerland. Instead of handstand push-ups the category Women 60+ had to do push press with 29kg. Dora fought for her repetitions – well done! Marie Lavina is currently 22nd in Women 55-59 in Europe South and  5th in Switzerland.

After 18.4 Sarah „Särri“ Mentzen still holds the 8th place in Women 35-39 in Switzerland. Gail McBride is currently 13th in Women 40-44 in Switzerland and Doene Bonina moved forward to the 18th place in the same category. Rachel Elend holds the 10th place in the category Women 45-49 in Switzerland.

 

Men

Sascha Albini moved to forward to the 2nd place after 18.4 in Men 40-44 in Europe South, he is now sharing the first place in Men 40-44 in Switzerland with Beni Bachmann.

After 18.4  Joel Wächter fell little back on the 15th place, Tom Schwander is currently on 17th place in Men Switzerland. Markus Wellenreiter is currently on the 7th place in Men 35-39 in Switzerland.

In the category Men 55-59 are still two athletes from CFBS – Adrian Gasser is currently 4th in Switzerland and David Stöckli is still on the 5th place. Esteban Pombo is 6th in Men 60+ in Switzerland.

TEAM

The CrossFit Basel Team is currently on the excellent 10th place in Europe South! In Switzerland, we are on the 3rd place.

How does the internal Leaderboard of CrossFit Basel look like

After 18.4 CFBS-Top-Ten-leaderboard looks like this:
 

 

 

Current standings of CrossFit Basel and CrossFit Basel Downtowns internal Open competition

 

Let’s see what’s next and last :-(! 18.5 is near (published Friday night 23rd March 2018, 2am (am zwei am Morge unseri Zyt!) CET @https://games.crossfit.com/open)

Stay healthy and strong people!

Thanks to Gee-Jay for the pictures! Find more here

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17.4,

17.5

GHCBB mit guten Leistungen an der 2. Ligarunde Inferieur

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Jolanda mit dem starken 3. Platz

GHCBB mit 13 Athletinnen und Athleten an der 2. Ligarunde Inferieur

Am vergangen Wochenende war die Schweizer Gewichtheberszene wieder Gast beim Rorschacher Traditionsverein (Athletik Sport Rorschach). Dieses Mal waren die Heberinnen und Heber der Inferieur Liga an der Reihe. Der Gewichtheberclub beider Basel (CrossFit Basel) war mit 13 Athletinnen und Athleten vertreten.

  • Jolanda Holzherr und Stefanie Bur stemmen sich auf das Podest.
  • Peter ‚The Terminator‘ Fields wieder auf dem Podium in der 4. Liga.
  • Marco Tanner mit einer neuen persönlichen Bestleistung im Stossen (112kg).
  • GHCBB führt im Ligaklassement in 3 der 5 Inferieur Ligen.

Meet me at the bar

Übersicht aller Resultate der 2. Ligarunde

Nationalliga B Damen

3. Jolanda Holzherr (57/72)
6. Lani Messner (57/73)
8. Olivia Rast (49/61)
10. Döne Bonina (50/60)
11. Marjia Srdanovic (50/61)
12. Tamara Haiz (47/61)

72kg Stossen – Jolanda Holzherr @ 63.4kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur Staad from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

2. Liga Herren

4. Marco Tanner (76/112)

112kg Stossen – Marco Tanner @ 72.3kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur Staad from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

3. Liga Herren

5. Tiziano Nardella (77/100)
9. Simon Hauri (70/105)

Our Boys Hauri und Tizi

1. Liga Damen

2. Stefanie Bur (44/61)
4. Tamara Lutz (46/55)
6. Deborah Pungitore (39/53)

61kg Stossen – Stefanie Bur @ 60.1kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur Staad from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

4. Liga Herren

3. Peter Fields (75/100)
8. Aleksandr Gozkin (65/85)

The Terminator destroys 100kg.

Der GHCBB gratuliert allen angereisten Athleten zu den starken Leistungen und wünscht viel Erfolg in der weiteren Vorbereitung. Auch möchten wir uns beim ASR für den tollen Wettkampf und die Gastfreundschaft bedanken.

Als nächster Wettkampf für drei Athletinnen des GHCBB steht die Europameisterschaft auf dem Programm! Jessica Preiss, Alessia Wälchli und Nora Jäggi werden den GHCBB und das CrossFit Basel in Bukarest vertreten. Wir wünschen Ihnen ganz viel Erfolg und drücken die Daumen.

Eine Gesamtübersicht der Resultate: Hier

Videos der besten Versuche:CFBS Vimeo

Bleib up-to-date und folge dem GHCBB auf den Socialmedia Plattformen.


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Jolanda strong in 3rd place

GHCBB with 13 athletes at the 2nd inferior round.

Past Saturday the swiss weightlifting circus was coming once again to Staad (canton of Sankt Gallen). This time for the 2nd round of the inferior leagues. Our weightlifting club was represented with 13 athletes.

  • Jolanda Holzherr and Stefanie Bur achieve a podium spot.
  • Peter ‚The Terminator‘ Fields again on the podium in the 4th league.
  • Marco Tanner lifts a new personal record in the clean&jerk (112kg).
  • GHCBB stands on top in 3 of the 5 inferior leagues.

Meet me at the bar

Overview of the results from the 2nd inferior round

Nationalliga B Ladies

3. Jolanda Holzherr (57/72)
6. Lani Messner (57/73)
8. Olivia Rast (49/61)
10. Döne Bonina (50/60)
11. Marjia Srdanovic (50/61)
12. Tamara Haiz (47/61)

72kg Stossen – Jolanda Holzherr @ 63.4kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur Staad from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

2. Liga Boys

4. Marco Tanner (76/112)

112kg Stossen – Marco Tanner @ 72.3kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur Staad from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

3. Liga Boys

5. Tiziano Nardella (77/100)
9. Simon Hauri (70/105)

Our Boys Tizi und Hauri

1. Liga Ladies

2. Stefanie Bur (44/61)
4. Tamara Lutz (46/55)
6. Deborah Pungitore (39/53)

61kg Stossen – Stefanie Bur @ 60.1kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur Staad from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

4. Liga Boys

3. Peter Fields (75/100)
8. Aleksandr Gozkin (65/85)

The Terminator destroys 100kg.

The GHCBB congratulates all athletes for their strong performances and wishes good luck for the preparations. We would also like to thank the Rorschach’s weightlifting club (Athletik Sport Rorschach) for the well organized competition and the hospitality.

All the results: Here

Videos of the best lifts: CFBS Vimeo

At the end of this month the european championship in weightlifting will take place in Bukarest. Jessica Preiss, Alessia Wälchli and Nora Jäggi will represent our GHCBB/CFBS at the biggest competition in Europe. We wish them all the best and keep our fingers crossed.

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Stay Strong!

 

Results Swiss Powerlifting Championship 2018 (SDFPF) – Colombier

WE ARE PROUD TO BE STRONG!

CrossFit Basel was represented by three athletes at the Swiss Powerlifting Championships 2018 (SDFPF) in Colombier NE. All three athletes won their category and they got 3 new swiss records. Congratulations!

Our lifting Team currently holds 99 swiss, 12 european and 10 world records!

Headcoach Ramon Gysin:

„#intheopen but still doing other great stuff, such as lifting heavy shit. Accompanied by Sarah Mentzen and Monika Kohler-Wiesli I competed in my 10th Swiss Powerlifting Championships straight, unbroken since 2009.

I have competed in three different weight categories over the past 9 years and I was able to win everytime, I never missed one. Even coming back from Injuries I still managed to compete and get ready for the comp. Part of it is the nature of the sport:

I hear it almost every day (the average swiss person has unfortunately no clue about physics): „lifting heavy is dangerous, be careful with your back, you only have one“. No, douchebag, it’s exactly the opposite. BECAUSE I care, I lift. In our sport, humans compete at the worlds highest level still in their 40s. There are many 80+ years old who are so much stronger than most in their mid-twenties. Lifting with correct technique has so many benefits with very little risk involved. Mass is not force. Lifting in controlled manner is very beneficial for your long term health. Crossing the street is dangerous. Lifting is healthy.

We are not born and made as desk jockeys. But here we are and sit for hours every day. Most of us have never done any real labour. Hence as a society we are literally weak as fuck. It is almost embarrassing how weak we are and how low the standards have gotten. It’s is so normal we don’t even realise it. This might sound harsh, but it is reality and I do not shy away to speak out loud about it. And the next generation will be worse. Degeneration. #rantover

“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”—Socrates

We are made to move. Hence this is what I try to do every day. The other magic trick I used is the following: Don’t do stupid shit! If you think you will get hurt, don’t do it. If you don’t know HOW to do it, ask somebody who knows or, if you are smart enough to distinguish good advice from bad advice, watch videos on youtube or use google. If you are in pain, do something, don’t ignore it. Find out, what it is. Heal. Train around the pain, come back, get stronger and fitter. Keep going and never stop. Just don’t stop. Don’t even think about.

“Don’t cheat the world of your contribution. Give it what you’ve got.” —Steven Pressfield

Body, mind and soul, all needs to be in balance. To function, the body needs some sort of resistance training, otherwise muscles will become weak, you are more vulnerable. It’s like taking care of your car. So far as I know, I got one body and can’t renew my leasing every 4 years and get a new one. So I try to keep an eye on it. It carries my brain and my soul. A fit body gives me more options. And a fit body is necessary for a fit mind. So I strongly believe in being fit to be able to contribute more AND LONGER. Not to work more and make more money. But to find YOUR thing you want to do in YOUR live. The prescription to happiness is easy, but of course it is not simple. Stay fit, take care of your body, soul and mind. Find out what you are passionate about and do it, do it right, without excuses. Share your passion with others, help and contribute by DOING and BUILDING something. And yes, the bad shit will happen anyway, inevitable. Then why worry.“

Find detailed explanation about the sport of Powerlifting as well as past reports on the bottom of the post.


Results Team CrossFit Basel:

Monika Kohler-Wiesli, 1st place M4/-70kg:

Backsquat: 85kg
Bench Press: 53.5kg (Swiss Record)
Deadlift: 110kg (Swiss Record)
Total: 247.5kg

Sarah Mentzen, 1st Place SR/-70kg:

Backsquat: 100kg
Bench Press: 62.5kg
Deadlift: 132.5kg
Total: 295kg

 

Ramon Gysin, 1st Place SR/-110kg:

Backsquat: 265kg (Swiss Record)
Bench Press: 165kg
Deadlift: 280kg
Total: 710kg


Find the best lifts of Team CrossFit Basel on vimeo.


 

 

Are you interested in hosting one of Ramon Gysin’s Powerlifting Seminars or Strongman Workshops? Here are your next chances:

April 2nd – CrossFit Basel – Strong(wo)man Coaches Workshop

April 15th – CrossFit Basel – Strong(wo)man Athletes Workshop

April 29th – CrossFit St. Gallen – Strong(wo)man Athletes Workshop extended edition

May 10th – CrossFit Baden – Powerlifting Workshop

Get back to him via rg@crossfitbasel.ch.


What is Powerlifting?

Every athlete has three attempts in the following three exercises (Powerlifts). The total of the best lifts count towards the total.

Backsquat:

275.5kg Backsquat 2 – Ramon Gysin @99.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Bench Press:

170kg Bench Press 3 – Ramon Gysin @99.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Deadlift:

WR 207.5kg Deadlift 3 – Nora Jäggi @74.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

You can also compete in Single Lift Competitions where you choose to compete in one, two, or all three lifts, but get ranked separately in each lift.

The next event for our team is the Swiss Powerlifting Championship (date and location to be announced).

There are raw competitions where only a belt is allowed and there are equipped competitions (single ply => one layer of suits/equipment and multi ply => several layers of equipment) where athletes wear assistant suits, briefs and knee wraps to be able to lift much more weight.

Team CrossFit Basel is competing raw.

What is the WDFPF?

The World Drug Free Powerlifting Federation was established to give drug free lifters a home as in most strength sports there is no or little drug testing. In fact there is no other sports federation (including ALL olympic sports!) in the world today that knows such severe punishment like the WDFPF. If an athlete is tested positive he or she will be banned FOR LIFE and all past results will be erased.

The WDFPF is also an inclusive federation, all athletes, no matter what age, are competing at the same venue at the same competition together, ranked in their respective weight and age classes.



Reports from the past:

2017:

World Championships

European Championships

2016:

Swiss Single Lift Championships

Swiss Powerlifting Championships

2015:

Swiss Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

BZ Basel European Championship 2015

2014:

Swiss Championships

European Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

Interview mit Ramon Gysin über Krafttraining

2013:

Swiss Championships

2012:

Swiss Championships

European Single Lift Championships

World Championships

2011:

Swiss Championships

2010:

World Championships


2009:

Swiss Championships

REEBOK CROSSFIT GAMES OPEN 2018 18.3

Open Workout 18.3

Thursdaynight/Fridaymorning, March 9th 2018, the third WOD of the CrossFit Games Open 2018 was released.

Headcoach Ramon Gysin about 18.3

„Dave Castro announced early on before the Open started that he will destroy the „box“ in which people think about what the Open is going to test. And I think he is doing a great job so far. Given the narrow boundaries he has to operate within to make sure many people in many CrossFit Affiliates all over the world and also Garage Gym CrossFitters can execute the workouts (eg think movements, logistics, equipments), we saw new stuff every workout.

18.3 was all about one of CrossFit’s main concepts: Variance, work your weakness. Struggled with double unders last year? Still can’t do them? Struggled with any form of muscle-ups last year? Still can’t do them? Same goes with pull-ups or overhead squats. Avoiding difficult exercises will leave with you with big holes in your game. Better get comfortable with being uncomfortable and practice the stuff you are not yet good at!“

Workout 18.3

2 rounds for time of:
100 double-unders
20 overhead squats
100 double-unders
12 ring muscle-ups
100 double-unders
20 dumbbell snatches
100 double-unders
12 bar muscle-ups

Women perform 80-lb. OHS, 35-lb. DB snatches / Men perform 115-lb. OHS, 50-lb. DB snatches

Scaled: (Ages 16-54) Single Unders, chin-over-bar pull-ups                                                                 Women perform 35-lb. OHS, 20-lb. DB snatches / Men perform 45-lb. OHS, 35-lb. DB snatches

Time cap: 14 minutes

All details here

A lot of our members made the wise decision by choosing the scaled division either because of the weights  („technique first“) or because of the muscle-ups.  Nothing wrong with that! We all still have to learn and improve in many areas. Learning should never stop.

How the CrossFit Basel athletes performed

Women

Alessia Wälchli is now placed 10th after 18.3 in Women Europe South, she had the 8th best resulat (690 Reps) in 18.3 in Europe South. She is still 3rd  in Switzerland. Also good rankings in the category Women Switzerland have:

  • 13.  Jessica Preiss (5th (630 Reps) best result in 18.3 in Switzerland)
  • 32. Lani Messner

Women 35+

Dora Seebacher moved to the 7th place after 18.3 in Women 60+ in Europe South, she is still first in Women 60+ in Switzerland. Marie Lavina is currently 6th in Women 55-59 in Switzerland. Marie  had the 2nd best result in 18.3 in her category in Switzerland.

After 18.2 Sarah „Särri“ Mentzen still holds the 8th place in Women 35-39 in Switzerland. Gail McBride is currently 13th in Women 40-44 in Switzerland and also Doene Bonina is actually on the excellent 20th place in the same category. Rachel Elend holds the 9th place in her category Women 45-49 in Switzerland.

 

Men

Sascha Albini is placed 3rd after 18.3 in Men 40-44 in  Europe South, he is on the 2nd place in Men 40-44 in Switzerland.

After 18.3  Joel Wächter is still on the 12th place, Tom Schwander is currently on 16th place in Men Switzerland. Markus Wellenreiter is currently on the 7th place in Men 35-39 in Switzerland.

In the category Men 55-59 are still two athletes from CFBS – Adrian Gasser is currently third in Switzerland and David Stöckli is still on the 5th place. Esteban Pombo is 5th in Men 60+ in Switzerland.

TEAM

The CrossFit Basel Team is currently on the excellent 12th place in Europe South! In Switzerland we are on the 3rd place.

How does the internal Leaderboard of CrossFit Basel look like

After 18.3 CFBS-Top-Ten-leaderboard looks like this:

 

Current standings of CrossFit Basel and CrossFit Basel Downtowns internal Open competition

The Lima Sailing Team Linda Fahrni (CrossFit Bern) and Maja Siegenthaler from Team Downtown Outlaws performed their Open Workout 18.3 in Palma de Mallorca.  Since a week they are in Palma de Mallorca to prepare the coming sailing season. The first competition will be the European-Cup 2 -7 April 2018 in Mallorca.

Maja says: „For us, CrossFit is a balance to normal strength and endurance training. We have also been persuaded to participate in the Open. We thought that this would not fit anyway, because we are never five weekends in a row in Switzerland. But this excuse did not count… so we were allowed to do 18.1 and 18.3 in Spain.

Let’s see what’s next! 18.4 is near (published Friday night 16th March 2018, 2am (am zwei am Morge unseri Zyt!) CET @https://games.crossfit.com/open) We’re still waiting for the „Repeater“…

Stay healthy and strong people!

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GHCBB 2. Ligarunde Superieur in Staad SG

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Our Ladies on Top (again 🙂

GHCBB Ladies dominieren die 2. Ligarunde Superieur

Am vergangen Wochenende war die Schweizer Gewichtheberszene Gast beim Rorschacher Traditionsverein (Athletik Sport Rorschach) für die 2. Ligarunde Superieur. Der Gewichtheberclub beider Basel (CrossFit Basel) war mit 13 Athletinnen und Athleten vertreten.

  • Nora Jäggi hebt (schon wieder) einen neuen Schweizer Rekord im Stossen.
  • Platz 1 – 6 (!) in der höchsten Damenliga gehen an den GHCBB.
  • Bucci Brothers (Dimitiri und Leonardo) jeweils mit neuen Wettkampfbestleistungen.
  • GHCBB Coach/Präsident Tom is BACK mit dem 4. Platz in der Nationalliga A.

Übersicht aller Resultate der 2. Ligarunde

Nationalliga A Herren

4. Tom Schwander (120/135)
6. Celeste Scotti (110/143)
8. Leonardo Bucci (105/142)

120kg Reissen – Tom Schwander@83.8kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

142kg Stossen – Leonardo Bucci@91.6 kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Nationalliga A Damen

1. Nora Jäggi (80/110) SR!
2.
Seraina Hochstrasser (76/100)
3. Lorena Pergola (70/90)
4. Jessica Preiss (62/73)
5. Agnes Polgar (64/80)
6. Nadine Steinger (70/88)
9. Sonja Sommerhalder (64/80)

110kg Stossen (SR) – Nora Jäggi@70.9kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

88kg Stossen – Nadine Steinger@67.5kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Nationalliga B Herren

7. Lukas Büel (80/114)

1. Liga Herren

8. Dimitri Bucci (95/115)
16. Basil Bard (X/115kg)

95kg Reissen – Dimitri Bucci@86.7kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Der GHCBB gratuliert allen angereisten Athleten zu den starken Leistungen und wünscht viel Erfolg in der weiteren Vorbereitung. Auch möchten wir uns beim ASR für den tollen Wettkampf und die Gastfreundschaft bedanken. Wir kommen gerne zu euch 🙂

Super Wettkampf unter der Federführung von Urs Kern (1. v.r.)

Der nächste Wettkampf, die 2. Ligarunde Inferieur findet dieses Wochenende am 17.3. wieder in der Ostschweiz statt. Bis dahin … stay strong!

Eine Gesamtübersicht der Resultate: Hier

Videos der besten Versuche:CFBS Vimeo

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GHCBB Ladies dominated the 2nd Round Superior

Our Ladies on Top (again 🙂

Past Saturday the swiss weightlifting circus was coming to Staad (canton of Sankt Gallen) for the 2nd round of the superior leagues. Our weightlifting club was represented with 13 athletes. Overall we showed a strong performance.

  • Nora Jäggi lifts (another) swiss record in the clean&jerk.
  • Place 1 to 6 in the highest female league went to the GHCBB!
  • Bucci Brothers (Dimitri and Leonardo) each with new competition PRs.
  • Our president and coach Tom is Back with the 4th place in the League A.

Overview of the results from the 2nd round

Nationalliga A Boys

4. Tom Schwander (120/135)
6. Celeste Scotti (110/143)
8. Leonardo Bucci (105/142)

120kg Reissen – Tom Schwander@83.8kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

142kg Stossen – Leonardo Bucci@91.6 kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Nationalliga A Girls

1. Nora Jäggi (80/110) SR!
2.
Seraina Hochstrasser (76/100)
3. Lorena Pergola (70/90)
4. Jessica Preiss (62/73)
5. Agnes Polgar (64/80)
6. Nadine Steinger (70/88)
9. Sonja Sommerhalder (64/80)

110kg Stossen (SR) – Nora Jäggi@70.9kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

88kg Stossen – Nadine Steinger@67.5kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Nationalliga B Boys

7. Lukas Büel (80/114)

1. Liga Boys

8. Dimitri Bucci (95/115)
16. Basil Bard (X/115kg)

95kg Reissen – Dimitri Bucci@86.7kg – 2. Ligarunde Superieur Rorschach from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

The GHCBB congratulates all athletes for their strong performances and wishes good luck for the preparations. We would also like to thank the Rorschach’s weightlifting club (Athletik Sport Rorschach) for the well organized competition and the hospitality.

All the results: Here

Videos of the best lifts: CFBS Vimeo

The next competition the 2nd round of the Inferior leagues takes place this Saturday the 17th. Till then… stay strong!

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Open Workout 18.2

Thursdaynight/ Fridaymorning, February 2nd 2018, the second WOD of the CrossFit Games Open 2018 was released.

Headcoach Ramon Gysin about 18.2

18.1 tested the aerobic system. 18.2 was short and fast. In the first half transitions mattered. Going from one movement to the other without loosing time in the transition. In the later rounds you needed the guts to keep executing the movements as fast as possible.
18.2a was right in our wheelhouse. I placed 6th in the region and our team as well. The team is now sitting in 17th position, close to a qualifying spot. We keep going.

Workout 18.2:

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 reps for time of:
Dumbbell squats
Bar-facing burpees

Women use 35-lb. dumbbells | Men use 50-lb dumbbells

Workout 18.2a

1-rep-max clean

Time cap: 12 minutes to complete 18.2 AND 18.2a

Men use 50-lb. dumbbells, women use 35-lb. dumbbells

All details here

How the CrossFit Basel athletes performed

Women

Alessia Wälchli is placed 16th after 18.2 in Women Europe South, she is still 3rd  in Switzerland. Also good rankings in the category Women Switzerland have:

  • 16. Jessica Preiss
  • 32. Lani Messner

Women 35+

Dora Seebacher moved to the 7th place after 18.2 in Women 60+ in Europe South, she is still first in Women 60+ in Switzerland. After 18.2 Sarah „Särri“ Mentzen still holds the 9th place in Women 35-39 in Switzerland and Marie Lavina is currently 8th in Women 55-59 in Switzerland.

Men

Sascha Albini is placed 4th after 18.2 in Men 40-44 in  Europe South, he moved forward on the 1st place in Men 40-44 in Switzerland.

After 18.2  Joel Wächter made it forward on the 12th place (from 28th after 18.1) and Tom Schwander fell a little back on 18th place in Men Switzerland. Robin Stocker fell back on the 33rd place in Men 35-39 in Switzerland.

In the category Men 55-59 are two athletes from CFBS – Adrian Gasser is currently third in Switzerland and David Stöckli is still on the 5th place. Esteban Pombo is 5th in Men 60+ in Switzerland.

TEAM

The CrossFit Basel Team is currently on the excellent 17th place in Europe South! In Switzerland we are on the 3rd place.

How does the internal Leaderboard of CrossFit Basel look like

After 18.2 CFBS-Top-Ten-leaderboard looks like this:

Heaviest lift (Clean) goes tooooooooooo Ramon Gysin 160kg (352 lbs) and Alessia Wälchli 96kg(212 lbs)

Current standings of CrossFit Basel and CrossFit Basel Downtowns internal Open competition

18.1 Spirit points go to Team Atomic Flexor and the Bully Buddies. 18.2 Spirit points go to Team Downtown Outlaws. Nice Team-work guys!

Keep up the great work!

Let’s see what’s next! 18.3 is near (published Friday night 9th March 2018, 2am (am zwei am Morge unseri Zyt!) CET @https://games.crossfit.com/open)

Thanks to Gee-Jay, Lucie Pfändler, Nicolas Gysin and Mike Wolff for the pictures! Find more here

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Erfolgreicher Saisonstart für den GHCBB

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GHCBB bleibt auch im neuen Jahr unschlagbar.

Starker Saisonauftakt. Lani Messner auf Platz 1 der Nationalliga B.

Die Schweizer Gewichtheber-Saison wurde anfangs Februar offiziel eröffnet. Der GHCBB beginnt die Saison dort wo er sie beendet hat. Auf Platz 1.

Am 3. (Superieur) und 17. Februar (Inferieur) fand die 1. Ligarunde im Gewichtheben in unseren heimischen Hallen statt. 45 Athletinnen und Athleten waren an beiden Wettkampftagen am Start. Davon konnten 9 einen Podestplatz realisieren.

Der GHCBB gratuliert allen Athleten für den erfolgreichen Saisonstart und wünscht ein erfolgreiches Jahr.

Der nächste Wettkampf steht schon wieder vor der Tür. Diesen Samstag 3. März findet in Staad, SG die 2. Ligarunde Superieur statt. Wir werden auf Instagram live berichten 🙂 (@gewichtheberclubbiederbasel)

Impressionen und Resultat der 1. Ligarunde Superieur

  • Vanessa Grosdanoff hebt einen neuen Schweizer Rekord im Reissen.
  • Dreifachsieg der Damen in der Nationalliga A.

79kg Reissen – Vanessa Grosdanoff@87.6kg – 1. Liga Superieur Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Nationalliga A Herren

5. Celeste Scotti (115/140)
6. Ramon Gysin (128/140)
7. Joel Wächter (112/136)
8. Benaja Wälchli (100/130)
10. Benjamin Hohermuth (90/117)
11. Leonardo Bucci (X/140)
12. Tom Schwander (X/130)

Nationalliga A Damen

1. Nora Jäggi (82/102)
2. Alessia Wälchli (75/94)
3. Jessica Preiss (63/70)
4. Vanessa Grosdanoff (79/96) SR Reissen
5. Nadine Steiniger (68/85)
9. Sonja Sommerhalder (69/80)
10. Katrin Lüthy (64/75)
11. Noemi Alonso (60/75)

1. Liga Herren

5. John Lopez (90/127)
7. Dimitri Bucci (93/115)
11. Basil Bard (90/112)

Impressionen und Resultat der 1. Ligarunde Inferieur

  • Lani Messner und Peter (‚The Terminator‘) Fields gewinnen ihren Saisonauftakt. Herzliche Gratulation.

100kg Stossen – Peter Fields@99kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

65kg Reissen – Lani Messner@69.30kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur BaselUntitled from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Nationalliga B Damen

1. Lani Messner (65/74)
3. Jolanda Holzherr (55/70)
5. Katia Kellenberger-Bach (56/80)
8. Döne Bonina (52/63)
9. Olivia Rast (48/60)
12. Chloe Baumgartner (50/69)

2. Liga Herren

4. Marco Tanner (73/111)
5. Samuel Gröflin (93/110)

Podest 2. Liga Herren

3. Liga Herren

3. Lukas Christen (75/110)
5. Tiziano Nardella (81/90)
6. Nick Charnley (65/87)
8. Robin Sundström (74/95)
10. Simon Hauri (78/110)
11. Rico Gessner (80/102)
12. Samuel Egli (65/95)

Lukas Christen (3. Platz). Well done Boys!

1. Liga Damen

2. Zita Zeuggin (47/57)
3. Stefanie Bur (43/56)
4. Gail McBride (43/54)
5. Melsa Dogan (53/55)
6. Tamara Lutz (45/54)
9. Rachel Elend (35/50)
13. Irina Gutmann (30/40)

Zita (Platz 2.) und Stefanie (Platz 3.) auf dem Podest

4. Liga Herren

1. Peter Fields (70/100)
7. Ivan Pezzeta (50/75)
8. Markus Junck (55/80)
9. Stefan Kündig (55/65)
10. Rolf Eberhard (50/65)

Mit diesen super Resultaten steht der GHCBB nach der ersten Runde in 7 der 9 Ligen auf Platz 1 der Vereinswertungen.  Ebenfalls führt unser Club in der Mannschaftswertung (344 Punkte) und in der Cupwertung (Herren 111 Punkte / Frauen bereits 369 Punkte).

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GHCBB remains unbeatable in 2018.

Successful Start. Podium of the NLB Ladies

 

The weightlifting season in Switzerland has officially begun. Our weightlifting club starts were it finished…on TOP.

February 3rd and 17th the first round in the swiss weightlifting leagues took place in our holy halls. Our club was represented with 45 athletes from which 9 managed to place on the podium.

The GHCBB would like to congratulate all the athlete for that successful start and wishes a even better year.

The next competiton is already around the corner. This Saturday the 2nd round of the superior league will be held in Staad (canton of Sankt Gallen). We will report live on our Instagram account (@gewichtheberclubbiederbasel).

Here some impressions and all the results from the 1. Round of the Superior league

  • Vanessa Grosdanoff posts a new swiss record in the snatch.
  • Clean Sweep from our ladies in the League A. (You rock girls!)

79kg Reissen – Vanessa Grosdanoff@87.6kg – 1. Liga Superieur Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Nationalliga A Boys

5. Celeste Scotti (115/140)
6. Ramon Gysin (128/140)
7. Joel Wächter (112/136)
8. Benaja Wälchli (100/130)
10. Benjamin Hohermuth (90/117)
11. Leonardo Bucci (X/140)
12. Tom Schwander (X/130)

Nationalliga A Girls

1. Nora Jäggi (82/102)
2. Alessia Wälchli (75/94)
3. Jessica Preiss (63/70)
4. Vanessa Grosdanoff (79/96) SR Snatch
5. Nadine Steiniger (68/85)
9. Sonja Sommerhalder (69/80)
10. Katrin Lüthy (64/75)
11. Noemi Alonso (60/75)

1. Liga Boys

5. John Lopez (90/127)
7. Dimitri Bucci (93/115)
11. Basil Bard (90/112)

Some Impressions and all the results form the 1. Round of the Inferior League

  • Lani Messner und Peter (‚The Terminator‘) Fields win their prolog. Congratulations.

100kg Stossen – Peter Fields@99kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

65kg Reissen – Lani Messner@69.30kg – 2. Ligarunde Inferieur BaselUntitled from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Nationalliga B Girls

1. Lani Messner (65/74)
3. Jolanda Holzherr (55/70)
5. Katia Kellenberger-Bach (56/80)
8. Döne Bonina (52/63)
9. Olivia Rast (48/60)
12. Chloe Baumgartner (50/69)

2. Liga Boys

4. Marco Tanner (73/111)
5. Samuel Gröflin (93/110)

Podest 2. Liga Herren

3. Liga Boys

3. Lukas Christen (75/110)
5. Tiziano Nardella (81/90)
6. Nick Charnley (65/87)
8. Robin Sundström (74/95)
10. Simon Hauri (78/110)
11. Rico Gessner (80/102)
12. Samuel Egli (65/95)

Lukas Christen (3. Platz). Well done Boys!

1. Liga Girls

2. Zita Zeuggin (47/57)
3. Stefanie Bur (43/56)
4. Gail McBride (43/54)
5. Melsa Dogan (53/55)
6. Tamara Lutz (45/54)
9. Rachel Elend (35/50)
13. Irina Gutmann (30/40)

Zita (Platz 2.) und Stefanie (Platz 3.) auf dem Podest

4. Liga Boys

1. Peter Fields (70/100)
7. Ivan Pezzeta (50/75)
8. Markus Junck (55/80)
9. Stefan Kündig (55/65)
10. Rolf Eberhard (50/65)

 

With this strong performance our club leads the team scoring in 7 of the 9 leagues! We also lead the team competition (334 points) and the Swiss Cup (Boys 111 Points / Girls already 369 points.)

 

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