Here is the schedule for tomorrow. Please note, these are approximate times and are subject to change. For the axle deadlift, there will be multiple heats for all divisions so you might be lifting 20-40 minutes after the initial start time. A more precise schedule will be provided to you on your athlete's card at weigh-in tomorrow. The truck pull portion should go fast and we will arrange the heats by your overall placement for the first 4 events; the first place person in each division going last. For the first 4 events, heat placement in each division was determined in order of sign-up; those that signed up first going last, and vice versa.
Weigh-ins will begin at 7:30 am and will end at 8:30 am sharp! Safe travels, everyone, we can't wait to see you compete tomorrow!
Lightweight men (novice and open)
Middleweight men (novice and open)
Heavyweight men (Master's and open)
Saturday April 12, 2014 CrossFit Intense will hold the "2014 Intense Strongman" event, a North American Strongman bronze level national qualifier.
OPEN DIVISION: Open to all competitors (winners of each weight class will qualify for nationals)
NOVICE DIVISION: For first time competitors only. If you have competed in an open class at a sanctioned NAS contest, you cannot compete as a Novice.
MASTER’S DIVISION For any competitors 40 years of age or older at the time of contest
WOMEN’S DIVISION: Open to all female competitors
WOMEN'S WEIGHT CLASSES:
0-140, 141-165, and 166+
MEN'S WEIGHT CLASSES:
Lightweight (2 Classes) 175 lbs & under and 176-200 lbs
Middleweight (2 Classes) 201-230 lbs and 231-265 lbs
Heavyweight (2 Classes) 266-300 lbs and 301 lbs & over
~Truck/Tractor Pull with Harness & Rope
~Stone over bar for points (60 seconds)
~Log Clean once and Press for reps (90 seconds)
~Keg Carry and Farmers Walk Medley (set distance for time)
~Axle Deadlift 1 rep max (set time to establish)
*Order of events, weights, times all subject to change
This will be a fun day of strongman competition. There will be a beer tent and a tent city where spectators, teams and athletes may set up to enjoy the competition.