2015 CrossFit Invitational – USA Team and Location Announced

September 18, 2015

The fourth and final team has been announced along with the location of the 2015 CrossFit Invitational. We are stoked on the team rosters and can’t wait to see what happens when the completion kicks off in Madrid!

Stay tuned for the actual date of the event…HQ still hasn’t released that bit of info.

Location: Madrid, Spain

2015 CrossFit Invitational USA Team:
Chyna Cho
Lindsey Valenzuela
Ben Smith
Dan Bailey
Rich Froning (Coach)

If you need a reminder, here are the rest of the teams…

2015 CrossFit Invitational Canada Team:
Camille Leblanc-Bazinet
Emily Abbott
Lucas Parker
Alex Vigneault
Michelle Letendre (Coach)

2015 CrossFit Invitational Europe Team:
Katrin Davidsdottir
Sara Sigmundsdottir
Jonne Koski
Bjorgvin Gudmundsson
Sam Briggs (Coach)

2015 CrossFit Invitational Pacific Team:
Kara Webb
Tia-Clair Toomey
Ben Garard
Kevin Manuel
Rob Forte (Coach)


On this edition of the Invitational Update, host Sean Woodland, and analysts Tommy Marquez and Pat Sherwood discuss the USA Team lineup for the 2015 CrossFit Invitational. The crew goes in depth on the two men and two women who will make up the team and the coach who hopes to lead them to another victory.

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