January is a Big Month for Fitness Competitions… Get Ready for Wodapalooza, The Fittest Games, and East Coast Championships!

January 06, 2016

That’s right, three big competitors are coming at you this month before the CrossFit Open starts in February.

Of course we will post daily updates and results for each competition as it happens, but here’s some other helpful info on the events…

Event: Wodapalooza
Location: Miami, Florida
Dates: January 15, 16, 17
How to Watch: There will be a live stream through FloElite.com. (We aren’t sure if the streaming will be free or part of FloElite’s subscription service.)
Other Info:
– Wodapalooza’s 5th year
– $215,000 total prize purse
– individual and team competitions
– 3 days
– 1,200 athletes
– 22 divisions
More Info: thewodapalooza.com 2016 wodapalooaz

 

Event: The Fittest Games
Location: Austin, Texas
Dates: January 29, 30
How to Watch: No confirmation on a live stream yet.
Other Info:
– The Fittest Games’ 9th event
– $40,000 total prize purse
– individual and team competitions
– 60 athletes
– 12 divisions
More Info: thefittestgames.com

2016 fittest games

 

Event: East Coast Championships
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Dates: January 23, 24
How to Watch: Free live stream through FloElite.com.
Other Info:
– ECC’s 3rd year
– $100,000 total prize purse
– individual and team competitions
More Info: ecchampionship.com

2016 ecc

 




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