Schlagwort-Archive: Competition

Resultate Finale Swiss Strongman Championship 2017 – Basel

STRONG(WO)MAN = FUNCTIONAL FITNESS

Am Samstag 26. August fand in Münchenstein bei CrossFit Basel das Finale der Strong(wo)man-Schweizermeisterschaft statt. 35 TeilnehmerInnen hatten sich eingeschrieben und sorgten erneut für Spannung in jeder Kategorie.


CrossFit Basel ist seit 2011 im Strongman-Sport aktiv und richtet jedes Jahr mindestens einen Wettkampf der Schweizermeisterschaft aus.

Die Termine für nächstes Jahr werden im Dezember publiziert. Weitere Workshops bei CrossFit Basel sind in Planung.

Weitere Infos findet ihr auf der offiziellen Homepage des Verbandes.


Resultate Schweizermeisterschaft 2017

Über ein Punktesystem wurden die GewinnerInnen der einzelnen Kategorien über alle drei Wettkämpfe ermittelt. Das Team von CrossFit Basel hat die Saison mit 7 Podestplätzen äusserst erfolgreich abgeschnitten:

Ramon Gysin hat zum 5. Mal in 6 Jahren den Titel „Stärkster Mann der Schweiz“ geholt, Angelo Fiorentino wurde starker dritter:

Fabian Grab holte sich den dritten Platz bei den Newcomern +105kg:

Olivier Glauser platzierte sich in seiner ersten Strongman-Saison sensationell auf dem 1. Rang bei den Newcomern -105kg:


Marc Walker (leider nicht auf dem Bild) wurde zweiter und Basil Bard dritter bei den Newcomern -90kg:


Sarah Mentzen gewann bei den Newcomer Strongwoman:


3. Strongman Contest 2017 Basel – Finale

Die AthletInnen haben sich in folgenden 5 Disziplinen gemessen:



Das Team von CrossFit Basel hat erfolgreich abgeschnitten:

Ramon Gysin, 1. Platz Kategorie Strongman
Angelo Fiorentino, 2. Platz Kategorie Strongman
Sarah Mentzen, 2. Platz Kategorie Newcomer Strongwoman
Döne Bonina, 7. Platz Kategorie Newcomer Strongwoman
Fabian Grab, 2. Platz Newcomer +105kg
Markus Junck, 6. Platz Kategorie Newcomer +105kg
Olivier Glauser, 1. Platz Kategorie Newcomer -105kg
Basil Bard, 2. Platz Kategorie Newcomer -90kg
Mark Walker, 6. Platz Kategorie Newcomer -90kg
Fabian Diethelm, 7. Platz Kategorie Newcomer -90kg


Resultate im Detail:



Log Lift, last man standing:
Last man standing. Das Gewicht wird laufend erhöht. Man darf Gewichte überspringen. Wer am meisten Gewicht stemmt, hat gewonnen.

Hex Bar Deadlift:
Wer kann das Gewicht öfters hochheben? Zeitlimit 75s.

Circus Dumbbell Ladder:
4 verschieden schwere Circus Dumbbell müssen vom Boden über den Kopf gebracht werden. Wer am weitesten kommt, beziehungsweise, wer das letzte öfters über den Kopf stemmt, gewinnt. Zeitlimit 75s.

Atlas Stones loading:
Die Steine müssen vom Boden auf die Paletten gebracht werden. Wer schneller ist, hat gewonnen.

Prowler Push:
Der Schlitten muss so schnell wie möglich 30m weit gestossen werden. Wer schneller ist, hat gewonnen.

Weitere Videos des Wettkampfes findet ihr auf Vimeo.

Weitere Bilder des Wettkampfes findet ihr auf Flickr.

History CrossFit Basel 2011-2017:

2017
Resultate 1. Strongman Contest 2017 Burgdorf
Resultate 2. Strongman Contest 2017 Bern

2016

Strong(wo)man: Swiss Championship Log Lift & Axle Bar Deadlift 2016

2015
Resultate Strongman Finale 2015 im Hafen Basel
Resultate des 1. Strongman-Wettkampfs 2015 in Neuchâtel

2014
Strongman Finale 2014
Resultate 1. Event Strongman Swiss Championship (Swiss-FSA) 2014

2013
Rückblick Strongman Saison 2013
Resultate 2. Event Swiss Championship (Swiss-FSA) 2013
Resultate 1. Event Strongman Swiss Championship (Swiss-FSA) 2013

2012
Resultate Finale Strongman Swiss Championship (Swiss-FSA) 2012
Resultate 1. Event Strongman Swiss Championship 2012 (Swiss-FSA)

2011
Resultate „CrossFit meets Strongman“ 2011“
STRONGMAN-NEWCOMER-CUP BURGDORF 2011

Swiss Team CHallenge 2017 @ CrossFit Basel

(English version below)

SUN’S OUT, GUNS OUT! Es ist wieder Zeit für unsere grosse Team CHallenge!

Am Samstag, 24. Juni 2017 findet zum achten Mal der grösste Team Wettkampf im deutschsprachigen Europa statt, die Swiss Team CHallenge (2016: 449 Teams/ 1796 athletes!). Der Anlass wird organisiert von CrossFit Basel und CrossFit Leman.

In allen CrossFit Boxen der ganzen Schweiz werden Teams gebildet, welche in zwei Kategorien (Regulars und Firebreathers) lokal in den jeweiligen Affiliates gegeneinander antreten. Die Resultate werden live online übertragen und ausgewertet. Die Teams bestehen aus vier Leuten, von welchen mindestens eine Frau und ein Mann dabei sein muss.

Die Teams messen sich in mehreren Events, welche vor der CHallenge bekannt gegeben werden. Zudem wird es – wie bereits in den vergangenen Jahren – wieder entsprechende Videos geben, worauf die Standards ersichtlich sind.

Die Workouts sind so kreiert, dass möglichst viele Athletinnen und Athleten egal (EGAL!) welchen Niveaus teilnehmen können. Die Athleten der Kategorie Firebreathers beherrschen 80% der vorgeschriebenen Übungen auf dem Whiteboard – die Regular Athleten absolvieren eine skalierte Version der Workouts. Also nochmal: ALLE können teilnehmen, alles was Ihr braucht ist ein Team und viel Motivation!

Die Swiss Team CHallenge ist der grösste Event in unserer Box und wir hoffen, dass sich dieses Ereignis niemand entgehen lässt! Es ist ein einmaliges Erlebnis, als WettkämpferIn dabei zu sein und mitzufiebern. Wir versprechen einen spektakulären Tag mit viel Schweiss, Urschreien, einer genialen CrossFit Community, Party und gutem Essen. Dabei sein ist ein MUSS!

Wer uns gerne als Helfer oder Judge unterstützen möchte, darf eine Mail an sarah@crossfitbasel.ch schreiben. Danke im Voraus!

Achtet auf die Plakate, die in der Box aushängen, auf welchen ihr euch und euer Team eintragen müsst.

Wir bieten Platz für 48 Teams – first come, first served.

Ausländische Teams nehmen auch dieses Jahr wieder (zum zweiten) Mal an der offiziellen, schweizweiten Wertung teil (sofern sie in einer Schweizer Box antreten) und können sich per Mail anmelden (siehe unten).

Die WODs und STANDARDS werden vor dem Wettkampf publiziert. Unter anderem findet ihr diese auf der offiziellen Facebookpage:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Swiss-Team-CHallenge/225674454288557?fref=ts

WICHTIG – TEAM CAPTAIN: Bei allen Teams sind die Captains (erster Athlet / erste Athletin auf dem Plakat) dafür verantwortlich, dass die Teammitglieder die Übungen, den Ablauf und die Standards kennen! Zudem schreibt der Captain eine Mail an sarah@crossfitbasel.ch mit allen Namen der Athletinnen und Athleten, sowie deren T-Shirt-Grössen und Mailadressen.

JUDGES: Wir suchen noch Judges – meldet euch bitte bei: sarah@crossfitbasel.ch
Man kann auch judgen UND als Athlet teilnehmen.
Das Judges Meeting findet am Montag den 19.Juni , 20:00 – 22:00 Uhr in der Box Dreispitz statt.

Wenn ihr nicht teilnehmt, kommt zum Zuschauen und Anfeuern! Je mehr Unterstützung unsere Teams haben, desto besser.

KOSTEN: 55.- CHF/EUR pro Person (exklusive Rabatte aber inklusive offiziellem Teilnehmer Shirt).

KLEIDUNG: Die Events finden drinnen statt, keine Aussenkleidung erforderlich

ANMELDUNG: Auf der Liste in der Box einschreiben.

ALLE CAPTAINS: Mail inklusive Teamname, Teilnehmer (Vor-und Nachname), Shirtgrössen und Mailadressen an sarah@crossfitbasel.ch

ANMELDESCHLUSS: Montag der 29. Mai 2017

Rückblick zu den Anfängen der Swiss Team CHallenge:

2010

CF Leman und CF Basel nehmen Teil: 15 Teams

Reports:

CF Basel
http://www.crossfitbasel.ch/de/2010/11/resultate-1-crossfit-team-ch-allenge

CF Leman
http://www.crossfitleman.ch/team-ch-allenge/
http://www.crossfitleman.ch/ch-allenge-results/

2011

8 Boxen, 34 Teams.

Reports:

CF Basel

http://www.crossfitbasel.ch/de/2011/09/crossfit-challenge-2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56lOGYuM6LA

CF Leman
http://www.crossfitleman.ch/110820-challenge/

CF GVA
http://crossfitgva.com/crossfit-team-challenge/
http://crossfitgva.com/crossfit-swiss-challenge/

CF Bern

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h73D4JAnx7I

2012

8 Boxen, 42 Teams.

Reports:

CF Basel

http://www.crossfitbasel.ch/en/2012/08/swiss-crossfit-team-challenge-2012
http://www.flickr.com/photos/crossfitbasel/sets/72157631214566658/

CF Leman
https://vimeo.com/47404748
https://vimeo.com/47467868
https://vimeo.com/47503360

2013

13 Boxen, 87 Teams und 348 Athleten

http://www.crossfitbasel.ch/de/2013/08/resultate-swiss-crossfit-team-challenge-2013

2014

27 Boxen, 184 Teams und 736 Athleten

http://blog.crossfitbasel.ch/2014/06/resultate-swiss-team-challenge-2014

http://crossfithorgen.ch/blog/2014/06/15/teamchallenge2014/

2015

295 Teams und 1280 AthletInnen.

http://blog.crossfitbasel.ch/2015/06/swiss-team-challenge-2015

 

 

SUN’S OUT, GUNS OUT! It’s time for our big Team CHallenge!

Saturday, June 24th 2017, for the eighth time the biggest CrossFit Team competition (2016: 449 Teams/ 1796 athletes!) in the german speaking part of Europe will take place, the Swiss Team CHallenge. The event is been organised by CrossFit Basel and CrossFit Leman.

Every CrossFit box in Switzerland builds teams, which compete in two categories /Regulars and Firebreathers) in the according affiliates. The results will be broadcasted LIVE online and evaluated. The teams consist of 4 members – every team includes at least one female and at least one male athlete.

The teams compete in several events, which will be published ahead of the event with the respective standard videos.

The workouts are created for everyone – EVERYONE. We want as many athletes as possible to be part of the competition, no matter what level. Firebreather athletes master 80% of the given exercises on the Whiteboard, Regular athletes will absolve the scaled version of the workouts. So, again: EVERYONE can participate, all you need is a team and great motivation!!

The Swiss Team CHallenge is the biggest event in our box and we hope that no one misses out on it! It’s an exceptional experience to be part of it as an athlete. We promise a spectacular day with tons of sweat, primal screams, a fantastic CrossFit Community, party and good food. Be there, it’s a MUST!

If you would like to support us as a helper or Judge, please email us at: sarah@crossfitbasel.ch. Thank you so much in advance!

Please enrol you and your teammates on the STCH-posters at the Box.

We offer space for 48 teams – first come, first served!

For the second time in the history of this event, teams from outside of Switzerland are allowed to take part in the official ranking of the competition as long as they compete in a Swiss box. They can enrol via mail (see below).

The WODs and STANDARDS will be published ahead of the competition. Amongst others you can find them also on the official Facebookpage:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Swiss-Team-CHallenge/225674454288557?fref=ts

IMPORTANT – TEAM CAPTAIN: Every team has a Captain (first athlete on the poster), who is responsible for al the team members to know the exercises, the program of the event and the standards! PLUS, he/she must email at sarah@crossfitbasel.ch all the names, email addresses and shirt sizes of the athletes.

JUDGES: We are looking for Judges – please email us at: sarah@crossfitbasel.ch. You can be a competitor AND a judge. The Judges Meeting takes place on Monday, June 19 from 8pm to 10pm at the Dreispitz Box.

You may also come to watch and cheer! The more support and motivation our teams can get, the better.

COSTS: 55.- CHF/EUR per person (exclusive discounts but including the official athlete shirt).

CLOTHING: All events are held inside, no outdoor clothing needed.

REGISTRATION: List your names on the posters at the box.

ALL CAPTAINS: EMail which includes the name of the team, all participants (first – and last name), shirt sizes and email addresses at sarah@crossfitbasel.ch

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 29th 2017

We’re looking forward to an unforgettable competition – now scroll up and check the recap of our Swiss Team CHallenges from the last years!

Review of past events:

2010

CF Leman and CF Basel participating: 15 Teams

Reports:

CF Basel
http://www.crossfitbasel.ch/de/2010/11/resultate-1-crossfit-team-ch-allenge

CF Leman
http://www.crossfitleman.ch/team-ch-allenge/
http://www.crossfitleman.ch/ch-allenge-results/

2011

8 Boxes, 34 Teams.

Reports:

CF Basel

http://www.crossfitbasel.ch/de/2011/09/crossfit-challenge-2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56lOGYuM6LA

CF Leman
http://www.crossfitleman.ch/110820-challenge/

CF GVA
http://crossfitgva.com/crossfit-team-challenge/
http://crossfitgva.com/crossfit-swiss-challenge/

CF Bern

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h73D4JAnx7I

2012

8 Boxes, 42 Teams.

Reports:

CF Basel

http://www.crossfitbasel.ch/en/2012/08/swiss-crossfit-team-challenge-2012
http://www.flickr.com/photos/crossfitbasel/sets/72157631214566658/

CF Leman
https://vimeo.com/47404748
https://vimeo.com/47467868
https://vimeo.com/47503360

2013

13 Boxes, 87 Teams and 348 Athletes

http://www.crossfitbasel.ch/de/2013/08/resultate-swiss-crossfit-team-challenge-2013

2014

27 Boxes, 184 Teams and 736 Athletes

http://blog.crossfitbasel.ch/2014/06/resultate-swiss-team-challenge-2014

http://crossfithorgen.ch/blog/2014/06/15/teamchallenge2014/

2015

295 Teams and 1280 Athletes.

http://blog.crossfitbasel.ch/2015/06/swiss-team-challenge-2015

Resultate 3. Ligarunde Inferieur Aarau

GHCBB mit zehn Podestplätzen an der dritten Ligarunde Inferieur!

‚GHCBB-Podest‘ 3. Liga

Letzten Samstag, den 29. April fand die dritte Ligarunde Inferieur im Olympischen Gewichtheben statt. Die Gewichtheber-Gemeinschaft war Gast bei der Weightlifting Acadamy Aarau.

Das Team vom Gewichtheber Club beider Basel (GHCBB/CrossFit Basel) startete mit 14 Athleten und Athletinnen und erreichte sagenhafte 10 Podestplätze.

Auf dem Podest in der umkämpften dritten Liga standen dieses Mal nur GHCBB Athleten.

Die Resultate in der Übersicht:

4te Liga Herren:

Dimitri Bucci, 89.3kg – Rang 1:

Reissen: 80kg
Stossen: 110kg
Total: 190kg
Sinclair: 221.75

Eugene Wong, 61.9kg – Rang 3:

Reissen: 53kg
Stossen: 73kg
Total: 126kg
Sinclair: 182.43

Podest 4. Liga Herren

1ste Liga Damen:

Zita Zeuggin, 66.8kg – Rang 2

Reissen: 44kg
Stossen: 58kg
Total: 102kg
Sinclair: 130.54

Melsa Dogan, 76.1kg – Rang 3:

Reissen: 51kg
Stossen: 55kg
Total: 106kg
Sinclair: 125.95

Ameena Maiga, 62.5kg – Rang 4:

Reissen: 37kg
Stossen: 53kg
Total: 90kg
Sinclair: 120.24

Podest 1. Liga Frauen

3te Liga Herren:

Tiziano Nardella, 82.6kg – Rang 1

Reissen: 85kg
Stossen: 100kg
Total: 185kg
Sinclair: 224.3

Marco Tanner, 71.9kg – Rang 2:

Reissen: 70kg
Stossen: 101kg
Total: 171kg
Sinclair: 224.19

Nick Charnley, 62.2kg – Rang 3:

Reissen: 65kg
Stossen: 86kg
Total: 151kg
Sinclair: 217.88

Eyes everywhere – our Coach Tom

2te Liga Herren:

Samuel Gröflin, 91.1kg – Rang 1:

Reissen: 90kg
Stossen: 115kg
Total: 205
Sinclair: 237.09

Podest 2. Liga Herren

Plateau NLB Frauen

National Liga B Damen:

Valeria Meli, 59.5kg – Rang 2:

Reissen: 56kg
Stossen: 70kg
Total: 126kg
Sinclair: 174.16

Döne Bonina, 66.7kg – Rang 3:

Reissen: 56kg
Stossen: 70kg
Total: 126kg
Sinclair: 161.4

Linda Niederroest, 67.7kg – Rang 4:

Reissen: 53kg
Stossen: 69kg
Total: 122kg
Sinclair: 154.85

Jolanda Holzherr, 62.2kg – Rang 5:

Reissen: 47kg
Stossen: 62kg
Total: 109kg
Sinclair: 146.09

Michaela Tschopp, 62.2kg – Rang 7:

Reissen: 45kg
Stossen: 60kg
Total: 105kg
Sinclair: 140.73

Podest NLB Frauen

Der GHCBB führt weiterhin in allen Team Leaderboards. Fürs Mannschaftsfinale mit 195 Punkte, für die Cup Finals Damen mit 478 Punkte und Herren mit 112 Punkten.

Der nächste Wettkampf, die 3te Ligarunde Superieur, findet am 20. Mai in Tramelan statt.

Eine Gesamtübersicht der Resultate: SAGV Resultate

Videos der Lifts: CrossFit Basel Vimeo

 

GHCBB with ten podium places in the 3rd league round Inferior in Aarau!

Platform is ready

Saturday the 29th of April the third Inferior League competition in olympic weightlifting took place in Aarau.

Our team from the GHCBB/CrossFit Basel had 14 athletes competing and achieved 10 podium places.

In the highly competitive third league the GHCBB athletes achieved a clean sweep.

Results:

4th League Men:

Dimitri Bucci, 89.3kg – 1st Place:

Reissen: 80kg
Stossen: 110kg
Total: 190kg
Sinclair: 221.75

Eugene Wong, 61.9kg – 3rd Place:

Reissen: 53kg
Stossen: 73kg
Total: 126kg
Sinclair: 182.43

Podium 4th League Men

1st League Women:

Zita Zeuggin, 66.8kg – 2nd Place

Reissen: 44kg
Stossen: 58kg
Total: 102kg
Sinclair: 130.54

Melsa Dogan, 76.1kg – 3rd Place:

Reissen: 51kg
Stossen: 55kg
Total: 106kg
Sinclair: 125.95

Ameena Maiga, 62.5kg – 4th Place:

Reissen: 37kg
Stossen: 53kg
Total: 90kg
Sinclair: 120.24

Podium 1st League Women

3rd League Men:

Tiziano Nardella, 82.6kg – 1st Place

Reissen: 85kg
Stossen: 100kg
Total: 185kg
Sinclair: 224.3

Marco Tanner, 71.9kg – 2nd Place:

Reissen: 70kg
Stossen: 101kg
Total: 171kg
Sinclair: 224.19

Nick Charnley, 62.2kg – 3rd Place:

Reissen: 65kg
Stossen: 86kg
Total: 151kg
Sinclair: 217.88

‚GHCBB-Podium‘ 3rd League

Eyes everywhere – our coach Tom

2nd League Menn:

Samuel Gröflin, 91.1kg – 1st Place:

Reissen: 90kg
Stossen: 115kg
Total: 205
Sinclair: 237.09

Podium 2nd League Men

Plateau NLB Women

National League B Women:

Valeria Meli, 59.5kg – 2nd Place:

Reissen: 56kg
Stossen: 70kg
Total: 126kg
Sinclair: 174.16

Döne Bonina, 66.7kg – 3rd Place:

Reissen: 56kg
Stossen: 70kg
Total: 126kg
Sinclair: 161.4

Linda Niederroest, 67.7kg – 4th Place:

Reissen: 53kg
Stossen: 69kg
Total: 122kg
Sinclair: 154.85

Jolanda Holzherr, 62.2kg – 5th Place:

Reissen: 47kg
Stossen: 62kg
Total: 109kg
Sinclair: 146.09

Michaela Tschopp, 62.2kg – 7th Place:

Reissen: 45kg
Stossen: 60kg
Total: 105kg
Sinclair: 140.73

Podium NLB Women

The GHCBB now leads on all the leaderboards of the Team Finals with 195 Points, in the Cup Finals men with 112 points and the Cup Finals women with 478 Points.

Next competition will be on April 20th in Tramelan with the 3rd superieur league round.

Full results: Swiss Weightlifting (German/French)

Videos of the best lifts: CrossFit Basels Vimeo

Results European Powerlifting Championships WDFPF 2017 – Biella IT

WE ARE PROUD TO BE STRONG!

On Saturday April 29th and Sunday, April 30th, the World Drug Free Powerlifting Federation hosted their annual European Championships in Biella IT.

CrossFit Basel was represented by four athletes and won 2 gold and one bronze medals, took 3 european records!

Our lifting Team currently holds 111 swiss, 4 european and 9 world records!

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


Results Team CrossFit Basel:

 

Gabi Schmutz, European Champion M3/-90kg:

Backsquat: 85kg (European Record)
Bench Press: 55kg
Deadlift: 102.5kg (European Record)
Total: 242.5kg (European Record)

 

Sarah Mentzen, 3rd Place SR/-70kg:

Backsquat: 100kg
Bench Press: 65kg
Deadlift: 140kg
Total: 305kg

Leonardo Bucci, 4th Place JR/-100kg:

Backsquat: 207.5kg
Bench Press: 150kg
Deadlift: 240kg
Total: 597.5kg

Ramon Gysin, 1st Place SR/-100kg:

Backsquat: 265kg
Bench Press: 155kg
Deadlift: 280kg
Total: 700kg

Ramon also attempted a world record in the Backsquat of 278kg. Unfortunately he didn’t make it.


Find the best lifts of Team CrossFit Basel on vimeo.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Domenico, 80y old. 53kg bodyweight. 140kg Deadlift. Role model.


Are you interested in hosting one of Ramon Gysin’s Powerlifting Seminars?

Get back to him via rg@crossfitbasel.ch.

Upcoming Seminars:

May 13th at CrossFit Basel

May 21st at CrossFit Züri Oberland


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 World Powerlifting Championship in Boston USA  (3-4. November 2017).

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.



Reports from the past:

2016:

Swiss Single Lift Championships

Swiss Powerlifting Championships

2015:

Swiss Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

2014:

Swiss Championships

European Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

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 2017 – let’s do it again!

The Reebok CrossFit Games season 2017 begins with the worldwide CROSSFIT GAMES OPEN – on February 23 2017!! Our ambition is to qualify again for the CrossFit Regionals Europe where we were part of since 2011-2014 and just missed it by 2 points in 2015 – challenge accepted!!

What are the CrossFit Games?

Anyone can sign up to compete in five workouts over five weeks and post their scores online. There are several categories including a scaled one.

Last year, the Open reached more than 320’000 athletes from around the world. The next stage of the CrossFit Games season are the CrossFit Regionals. Competitors need to finish near the top of their region’s Leaderboard. The top five men, five women and five teams at the end of each three-day regional competition will receive invitations to the CrossFit Games in the US, where the fittest person on Earth will be crowned.

Whether you are a beginner, an advanced athlete, junior or master – the CrossFit Games Open are accessible for anyone. There is already a whole slew of athletes from CrossFit Basel who are currently prepping for the competition. Join them and let’s compete side by side!!

We’ve had people get their first pull-ups, first toes to bar, first muscle up, set a PR on a clean and jerk, and on and on and on, all during the Open, because of the atmosphere and the community. It’s hard to put into words. Kind of like when your friends say “So tell me what this CrossFit stuff is all about.”

On February 23, 2017 at 5pm PST (Fridaynight 1am for us) the first Open Workout will be released. Athletes have four days – until Mondaynight 1am – to absolve the workout. Judges will score the performance and you will have to submit your results to the Games site online. A new workout will be released every Thursdaynight within these five weeks (end of Open Games: March 27th, 2017). A scaled option of the Open workout will be released each week of the Open too. With reduced loading or less challenging movements, the scaled option will be designed to make the Open even more accessible.

Basil doing 16.2

Basil doing 16.2

Let’s DO THIS!!

Because it was so much fun last year, we will again organise a so called „Intramural Open“-Event:

All of CrossFit Basel’s registered athletes will be divided in four teams. Every Team has a Captain. Our best athletes will be spread amongst those 4 teams in a draft (tbd).

CrossFit Basel Downtown will also have a team.

This years Captains are: Tiziano Nardella, Döne Bonina, Nicole Reichmuth and Daniel Hoffmann. CFBS DT will be lead by Lorenz Kuske.

Starting tonight, it is up to YOU: Go, sign up!!

Each team will come up with their own team name, colors, all that fun stuff! Want to make shirts – go for it! Noisemakers – go for it! The goal is to have as much fun as humanly possible while challenging yourself to be better than yesterday.

Talk to one of the Captains if you want to compete in their team, we will hang out registration sheets at the box starting next Tuesday!

Now, because we’re creating teams that will compete against one another, we’ve got to have a scoring system, right? To promote fun and encourage everyone to participate, here are how you can help your team score points:

1 point for showing up and posting a score online (no matter what category you compete).
5 points if all teammates earn an official score on the workout.
1-3 points per athlete that finishes in the top three in the box (male/female, 1st 3 points, 2nd 2 points, 3rd 1 point).
5 points for the team with the best spirit.
8 points (team) – Team Bonding: If your team gets together socially outside of the gym (ALL of you – pic posted on our FB page as proof)…you get points. This is a one time bonus, you can do it as many times as you like but it will only earn you points once. It can be done at any point during the 5 weeks.

After the final Open workout on Saturday March 25th, we’re going to host a big BBQ at the box and present awards. Details will be announced soon.

CrossFit Basel offers Workout Times at the box. These are as follows:

  • Friday, 8pm – 11pm
  • Saturday, 2:30pm – 6:30pm
  • Sunday, 4:30pm – 6pm
  • Monday, 2:30pm – 4:30pm (exclusively reserved for Competition-Athletes) / 8:30pm – 10pm

EACH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THE NEW LOUNGE WILL BE OPEN!

We strongly recommend doing the workout Friday or Saturday.

Please be aware of workout time changes. Stay tuned on our Facebook page or ask the coaches!

We genuinely want to encourage all of you to register for this competition. Not only will it be challenging and a ton of fun to compete within the community, but it is the perfect chance to gather competition experience and to figure out your current position with your performance and strength in CrossFit.

15663676028_fff6d44525_kBecome a Judge!!

In order to keep up with the international standards, all workouts must be scored by certified judges. Anyone who is interested is allowed or better asked to take this course and become a judge! You can simply take the course of six modules here. This course includes general information on competition rules, regulations and common movements.

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And now let’s train, prepare, get strong and look forward to a strong CrossFit Games Open 2016!!

Recaps of last years Opens at CrossFit Basel:

Reebok CrossFit Games Open WOD 16.5

Reebok CrossFit Games Open WOD 16.4

Reebok CrossFit Games Open WOD 16.3

Reebok CrossFit Games Open WOD 16.2

Reebok CrossFit Games Open WOD 16.1

CrossFit Basel at the CrossFit Games Regionals Europe since 2011!

Let’s take a quick review on CrossFit Basel’s performances at the CrossFit Games Open/Regionals:

The first time we sent athletes to the CrossFit Games Regionals Europe was back in 2011. Former Coach Claudia competed in the category Women Individuals and placed 18th. Read the article from back in the days here!

We did not miss out on the Regionals in 2012 and competed as a team and individual. The team placed 18th and Ramon Gysin who competed as Individual won Event 5, the ‚Snatch Ladder‘. He made it to the final and finished strong with a 15th place out of 60 athletes!

Also, see the teams in action!



Find the whole report about 2012:

REEBOK CROSSFIT GAMES REGIONALS EUROPE: Team CrossFit Basel in Kopenhagen

2013: Tom Schwander (ranked 47) and Nadine Steinger (ranked 33) entered the Regionals as Individuals, plus we sent two teams!

This time the teams finished with a strong 19th and 23rd place.

CrossFit Regionals Europe 2013

2014: A team of our best athletes travelled to Copenhagen to take the challenge of the CrossFit Games Regionals Europe. This time they came in 15th!!

We are certainly proud of our qualifications 4 times in a row and will give our best to be part of the Regional Games in Madrid this year as well. Also important to point out is that the teams of athletes varied from year to year. Overall, we sent TWENTY different athletes to the Reebok CrossFit Games Regionals Europe during these four years. This shows that we follow a concept and strategy that works. Considering that the qualifications get tougher each year, we can be proud to be well in the loop with the fittest people on Earth.

Switzerland’s Fittest 2016

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Sunday, April 4th, CrossFit Zug/Luzern hosted the first national competition „Switzerland’s Fittest“ at the go active fitness exhibition in Luzern.

Thank you Janosch and Stefan for a fantastic event! Great atmosphere, challenging workouts and precise organisation. A big thank you also to all volunteers as we know how much work it is to host events.

CrossFit Basel was represented with three Athletes: Alessia Wälchli, Joel Wächter, Ramon Gysin.

Find the full ranking of the competition here.

Podium:

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Male:

1. Christoph Büeler (CrossFit Luzern/Zug)
2. Henry „Gülle Heiri“ Kulla (CrossFit Kreis 9)
3. Christof Zellweger (CrossFit Turicum)

Female:

1. Lindsay Hurte (CrossFit Turicum)
2. tied: Lisa Eble (CrossFit Jackhammer)/Alessia Wälchli (CrossFit Basel)

Congratulations Alessia for your great performance! She fought well and won a special prize for her dedicated effort.

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Joel and Ramon both finished on a tied 7th place!


WORKOUTS:

A: Disco Disco
4 Min. to establish your 3 RM Bench Press:

Ramon won with 3 x 150. Joel took 7th with 3 x 105. Alessia got 3 x 65 for a forth place.

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B: Stand up
4 Min. to establish your 3 RM Backsquat:

Ramon won with 3 x 230. Joel took second with 3 x 170. Alessia took second as well with 3 x 112.5. Seems CrossFit Basel knows how to squat.

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Ramon was told by the organisers beforehand that he might have to bring his own plates (blue competition plates). He had to.

C: Updside Down
1 attempt to find your Max Effort unbroken T2B
1 Min. AMRAP to perform the Handstand Parcour

Ramon took last with a new PB of 27 unbroken Toes to bar. Joel took second last with 29 reps. Alessia took second again beating even the best male athlete. 42 reps.

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Ramon took 6th in the handstand walk parcour. Joel 5th. Alessia fourth.

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The Fifties

For time:
50kcal Assault Air Bike:
Start with arms and legs then splitting up legs only and alternating to arms only every 5 calories (until 50 calorie total is met)
50 Squats
50 HR Pushups
50 Pull-ups

Ramon sprinted through the Assault Bike calories and the Squats, got stuck on the pull-ups. Finished 9th. Joel showed a balanced performance, took 5th. Alessia crushed the workout and finished 30 seconds ahead of her competition.

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All in / All out

5 Bar Facing Burpees
10 Squat Snatch 60/40 Kg
20 Box Jumps 60/41 cm
30 DB Thruster 15/10 Kg
40 Double Unders
50m One Arm Overhead Lunges 24/16 Kg
40 Double Unders
30 DB Thruster 15/10 Kg
20 Box Jumps 60/41 cm
10 Squat Snatch 60/40 Kg
5 Bar Facing Burpees

Ramon had a very hard time on this one, just finished barely within the timecap, got a 9th place. Joel got a solid 5th place again. Alessia crushed it once more and took third.

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A: The Bear

For Time:
5 Bear Complex 70/50 Kg

Third place for Ramon. 6th for Joel and third for Alessia.

Only the top 4 moved on to the very final Workout:

B: Showdown

Buy in:
1000 m Row

2 Rounds for Time:
10/7 m Handstand walk
10 Deadlifts 130/90 Kg
10/7 m Handstand walk
10 Bar Muscle up

Buy out:
75 Wallballs 10/6 Kg

After a long day, this was super hard. Alessia managed to finish the workout, but the other girls were all ahead of her, 4th place.

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More Pictures/Videos:

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Results Swiss Powerlifting Championships (SDFPF) 2016 – Lausanne

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WE ARE PROUD TO BE STRONG!

On Sunday, March 20th, the Swiss Drug Free Powerlifting Federation (part of WDFPF) hosted their annual Swiss Championships in Lausanne. 30 athletes participated. The Committee thanks all volunteers and all participants, congratulations for the great results!

CrossFit Basel was represented by seven athletes and won 6 gold medals, took 9 swiss and 2 european records!

Monika, Sonja, Aline, Nick and me (Ramon) qualified for the World Championships in November.

Our lifting Team currently holds 78 swiss, 3 european and 5 world records!

Find detailed results and videos on the bottom of the post.


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 is the Swiss Single Lift Championship in Colombier (Saturday April 23rd).

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 will be banned FOR LIFE and all past results will be erased.


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The official results of the Swiss Powerlifting Championships (SDFPF) 2016 – Lausanne:

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Best Lifter:

1. Edmund Prizeman 394.91
2. Ramon Gysin 381.20
3. Mauro Calderara 353.89

1. Linda Morgenthaler 272.89
2. Tanja Zwicky 245.97
3. Katia Kellenberger 240.34

Congratulations to everyone for your fantastic performance and great achievements!

Results Team CrossFit Basel:

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Monika Kohler, Swiss Champion M4/-70kg:

Backsquat: 85kg (Swiss Record)
Bench Press: 50kg (Swiss Record)
Deadlift: 102.5kg (European Record)
Total: 237.5kg (European Record)/181.33 points

85kg Kniebeugen (CH Rekord) – Monika Kohler-Wiesli @ 69.3kg M4 – SDFPF Powerlifting Schweizermeisterschaft 2016 – Lausanne from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Sonja Gysin, Swiss Champion M3/-58.5kg:

Backsquat: 55kg (Swiss Record)
Bench Press: 38kg (Swiss Record)
Deadlift: 110kg (Swiss Record)
Total: 203kg (Swiss Record)/179.15 points

110kg Kreuzheben (CH Rekord) – Sonja Gysin @ 58.2kg M3 – SDFPF Powerlifting Schweizermeisterschaft 2016 – Lausanne from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Aline Seebacher, Swiss Champion SR/-70kg:

Backsquat: 100kg
Bench Press: 67.5kg
Deadlift: 122.5kg
Total: 290kg/238.82 points

122.5kg Kreuzheben – Aline Seebacher @ 63.2kg SR – SDFPF Powerlifting Schweizermeisterschaft 2016 – Lausanne from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

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Fisnik Kuçi, Swiss Champion JR/-75kg:

Backsquat: 107.5kg
Bench Press: 77.5kg
Deadlift: 167.5kg
Total: 352.5kg/242.31 points

167.5kg Kreuzheben – Fisnik Kuçi @ 71.9kg JR – SDFPF Powerlifting Schweizermeisterschaft 2016 – Lausanne from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Fiorino D’Angelo, 4th place SR/-100kg:

Backsquat: 110kg
Bench Press: 75kg
Deadlift: 170kg
Total: 355kg/197.56 points

170kg Kreuzheben – Fiorino D'Angelo @ 99.0kg SR – SDFPF Powerlifting Schweizermeisterschaft 2016 – Lausanne from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Ramon Gysin, Swiss Champion SR/-100kg:

Backsquat: 260kg
Bench Press: 160kg
Deadlift: 265kg
Total: 685kg/381.20 points

160kg Bankdrücken – Ramon Gysin @ 99.0kg SR – SDFPF Powerlifting Schweizermeisterschaft 2016 – Lausanne from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.


Find the best lifts of Team CrossFit Basel on vimeo.


Are you interested in hosting one of my Powerlifting Seminars?

Get back to me via rg@crossfitbasel.ch.



Reports from the past:

2015:

Swiss Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

2014:

Swiss Championships

European Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

2013:

Swiss Championships

2012:

Swiss Championships

European Single Lift Championships

World Championships

2011:

Swiss Championships

2010:

World Championships


2009:

Swiss Championships

Strong(wo)man: Swiss Championship Log Lift & Axle Bar Deadlift 2016

On Saturday April 2nd the Swiss Strongman Federation hosted the swiss championship in Log Lift & Axle Bar Deadlift in Lucerne at the GO-Active fitness exhibition.

CrossFit Basel was represented with four athletes, Vanessa Grosdanoff, Bogdan Krumov, Bruce Phillips and Headcoach Ramon Gysin.

In a last (wo)man standing style contest athletes competed in two different events. Athletes could skip a weight or jump in whenever they wanted. It was a short but intense competition. The ranking in each event was added to one final ranking.

All CFBS athletes did extremely well, here are their results:

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Women:

1. Vanessa Grosdanoff

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Men:

2. Ramon Gysin
5. Bogdan Krumov
6. Bruce Phillips

Axle Bar Deadlift:

Vanessa took first place with a new swiss record of 185kg:

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Ramon took second place with 300kg:

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Bogdan took 5th with 240kg:

Bruce took 6th with 220kg.

Log Lift:

Vanessa tied first place with Larissa, pressing 55kg overhead.

Ramon took 2nd with a new personal best of 127kg:

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Bogdan and Bruce shared fifth place.

Reebok CrossFit Games Open WOD 16.5

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Workout 16.5

21-18-15-12-9-6-3 reps for time of:
Thrusters
Burpees

Men use 95 lb.
Women use 65 lb.

All details here.

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video credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Headcoach Ramon Gysin sums up the numbers, what, why and how of Open WOD 16.5:

Yes, that’s how bad it was. I can still hardly type, as my triceps are screaming.

When I woke up Friday early in the morning to check out what came out of Dave’s mind for 16.5, I was a little bit disappointed: Repeat 14.5. Burpees AGAIN.

But it’s still one of my favourite Open WODs because there is no timecap and its a grueling one. Mentally very tough, Thrusters and Burpees, most people hate them.

And back in 2014 when this WOD first came up, there was not even a scaled option, so some people really fought forever to get the WOD done. This is also the beauty of CrossFit, it is for sure not easy and it teaches you a lesson every now and then.

Kudos also to the many people at our box and around the globe for going rx’d in this WOD. Special mention to Gee-Jay (34:10), Tamara Lutz (28:59) and Dora Seebacher for not going scaled. Dora was our oldest competitor (sorry, usually I try to avoid talking about a lady’s age) this year (rx’d Masters 55-59 18:36).

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photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

The internet is now full of people complaining, the Opens have been too light and to easy, despite having a scaled version now. I say it again, in my opionion, the scaled version is to down scale, so more people can do the opens (rasining registration numbers confirm this believe). It’s not meant to have scaled as the old rx’d and therefor make the rx’d heavier than what it was in the past.

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

There were new movements introduced with the lunge and the bar muscle-up. Other than that no suprises about the exercises. Also no surprises about the length of the Open WODs. All pretty normal.

The Opens have always been a lot of reps and therefor a lot of Cardio. Many potentially good Regionals Athletes will not make it past the Open, because the light WODs with a lot of reps are a weakness.

After the Open you should also take a moment and sit down, think about where YOUR weaknesses are. The Opens are fantastic for me as a coach. There is thousands of data points and as you rank against other people, you can see very clear, where you are strong, or weak, compared to your peers.

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

It has been a fantastic five weeks with downs and ups. We missed our goal to qualify for regionals as a team, but we will continue to work hard and try it again. There have been some new(er) athletes in our team with strong performances and we will help them grow further.

In the meanwhile you will see our competitors potentially at some minor european competitions during the year (Regionals is still THE major competition).

BUT, we definitely reached our main goal, strenghtening the community within CrossFit Basel and CrossFit Basel Downtown. It has been amazing to see how you guys connected, cheered and helped each other. With at outstanding number of 104 registered athletes almost every 5th member competed in the Opens.

As I Coach I am very proud of everybody’s achievements! You pushed yourself very hard and many of you learned new skills, performed stronger than expected. This is the magic of a competitive community. We fight together, struggle together and then share the rewards together.

I am already looking forward to next years as I have some improvements in my mind. If you want to give me feedback, do not hesitate to reach out to me via email: rg@crossfitbasel.ch

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Congratulations to Captain Döne and Team The Bomb Squad, you guys won our first internal CrossFit Basel Open!

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It’s been quite an effort to manage this many athletes going through a competition over five weeks, it would not have been possible with great people helping out:

Thank you Alessia for takeing care about the organisation and communication of the heats every week.

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Thank you Oli Franklin for being our Headjudge in most of the Heats.

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Thank you Team Captains for leading your teams.

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Thank you Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny for your media support throughout the Opens.

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photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

And thank you everybody for competing along my side in the Open 2016, it has been a pleasure!

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny


Noooot.

Now some numbers and final performance analysis:

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.“

The final team leaderboard will be available mid April. In the past, our team jumped up about ten places in the ranking after the individual competitors were sorted out from their teams.

The following leaderboard is just provisionally.

Rankings so far in Region Europe:

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Consistent performance, despite falling back to rank 58.

Check out this page for an official analysis from the games site.

Alessia is the third best female CrossFitter in Switzerland, great Job congrats!

With Jessi, Katrin, Pascale and Aline we have four more girls in the swiss top 20!

Me and Tom rank in the top 30 (Joel also, if he had put in a score for 16.4 😉 ). Jona in the top 50.

CF Turicum will most likely be the only german speaking Box with a team at Regionals (they have two individuals who will potentially go individual, their scores will not count anymore towards the team).

Myleo from Berlin and also CF Munich performed strong but are too far out of the top 20.

Our team has undergone a change again since last year. Our best male competitor declined injured and on the girls side there were also different athletes scoring. This means two things. First it is another proof we are doing a great job to bring up new athletes. Second, life happens and its hard to perform well and build up over years.

Either we grow with the nordic competition or we hope for a split of Europe into two Regions. Kidding, of course Europe should be splitted, because it was by far the strongest region. But on the other hand, the south just has to work harder, including us. Enough said.

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

WOD-Nit (Nicole) 104
Bully Buddies (Andi) 102
DT Outlaws (Lorenz) 137
Team Hoff 103
Bomb Squad (Döne) 144

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The spirit points go to Downtown Outlaws, they did a great job spamming the CrossFit Basel Facebook group with sloth dominance on Friday night heating up for Saturday’s final WOD. Nicole and the WOD-nit Team went out for playing Lazer Tag, they get the team bonding points.

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KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!

Team WOD-nit also came up with some borderline banter when they played with the other teams mascots.

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They later apologized and if they are not doing it again, all teams will love each other until the end of all days.

Men Overall in Region Europe:

1. Tom Schwander (772)

2. Ramon Gysin (845)

3. Jona Harder (1693)

4. Nikola Jevtic (2236)

5. Fabian Keller (3057)

Women Overall in Region Europe:

1. Alessia Wälchli (64)

2. Jessica Preiss (341)

3. Katrin Lüthy (397)

4. Pascale Herrmann (410)

5. Aline Seebacher (429)

Nicole Reichmuth Masters 45-49 (22)

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Congratulations Nicole for your performance. Second best in Switzerland and among the best in Europe in your Masters category. I have the utmost respect how hard you worked your way back from injuries, keep up the good work!

Men WOD 16.5

1. Joel Wächter (10:56)

2. Ramon Gysin (11:50)

3. Tom Schwander (13:03)

4. Jona Harder (13:04)

5. Nikola Jevtic (13:59)

Women WOD 16.5

1. Alessia Wälchli (10:53)

2. Aline Seebacher (11:37)

3. Jessica Preiss (12:06)

4. Alice Minghetti (12:37)

5. Pascale Herrmann (12:38)

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny


CrossFit Basel Downtown Custom Leaderboard MEN:

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CrossFit Basel Downtown Custom Leaderboard WOMEN:

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CrossFit Basel Custom Leaderboard MEN:

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CrossFit Basel Custom Leaderboard WOMEN:

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Pictures and videos from 16.1, 16.2, 16.4 and 16.5, thanks Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny:

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Reebok CrossFit Games Open WOD 16.4

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Workout 16.4

Complete as many rounds and reps as possible in 13 minutes of:
55 deadlifts
55 wall-ball shots
55-calorie row
55 handstand push-ups

Men deadlift 225 lb. and throw 20-lb. ball to 10-ft. target
Women deadlift 155 lb. and throw 14-lb. ball to 9-ft. target

All details here.

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video credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Headcoach Ramon Gysin sums up the numbers, what, why and how of Open WOD 16.3:

What a nice Chipper. The Deadlift will fatique your rowing. The Wall Balls will fatique your Handstand Push-ups. Where this is a great opportunity for people going rx’d even when they are struggling with certain skills or gymnastics, for the higher level athletes this one really came down on how well you perform at Handstand Push-ups. I said it last year and I will repeat it again. Some people are born to do Handstand Push-ups and others aren’t. Leverage makes a huge difference (and so did various interpretations on standards, but let’s not elaborate on that…).

Our team peformed very consistent with an outstanding performance of Alessia Wälchli, she is the female top scorer in Switzerland. Congratulations!

We have still 5 Girls in the top 20 of Switzerland.

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Rankings so far in Region Europe:

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Consistent performance, we are still sitting in 56 place.

Official analysis from the games site.

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

WOD-Nit (Nicole) 83
Bully Buddies (Andi) 92
DT Outlaws (Lorenz) 113
Team Hoff 82
Bomb Squad (Döne) 122

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The spirit points go to Döne and Team Bomb Squad, they met sunday morning for a team brunch and to Andi and Team Bully Buddies for going to another dinner on Saturday night. Lorenz and Team Downtown Outlaws went out for some drinks last Thursday, they get their Team bonding points.

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Awesome work guys! I got already so much positive feedback about the internal Open and it’s also a lot of fun for us to see you performing so well in the workouts.

KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!

Men Overall in Region Europe:

1. Tom Schwander (618)

2. Ramon Gysin (915)

3. Jona Harder (1809)

4. Sascha Albini (2095/63 Masters 40-48)

5. Nikola Jevtic (2348)

Women Overall in Region Europe:

1. Alessia Wälchli (63)

2. Jessica Preiss (367)

3. Katrin Lüthy (400)

4. Pascale Herrmann (424)

5. Aline Seebacher (502)

Nicole Reichmuth Masters 45-49 (22)

Men WOD 16.4

1. Tom Schwander (215)

2. Jona Harder (201)

3. Ramon Gysin (197)

4. Nikola Jevtic (191)

5. Sascha Albini (184)

Women WOD 16.4

1. Alessia Wälchli (246)

2. Katrin Lüthy (198)

3. Aline Seebacher (197)

4. Jessica Preiss (195)

5. Nora Jäggi (186)

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny


CrossFit Basel Downtown Custom Leaderboard MEN:

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CrossFit Basel Downtown Custom Leaderboard WOMEN:

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CrossFit Basel Custom Leaderboard MEN:

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CrossFit Basel Custom Leaderboard WOMEN:

CFBSWOMEN16.4

Pictures and videos from 16.1, 16.2 and 16.4, thanks Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny:

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

photo credit Gabriel Gee-Jay Jenny

Media 16.1

Media 16.2

Media 16.4