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Guide For The CrossFit Games Regionals 2016

There’s a slim chance you haven’t heard that the Crossfit Regionals started this past weekend. Here’s a schedule for the next two weekends. Check out our post tomorrow on the current standings for the past weekend featuring the top three men, women, and teams.

The 2016 regionals will take place over three consecutive weekends in May.

[highlight ]MAY 13-15 COMPLETED[/highlight]

California Regional
NorCal + SoCal
Del Mar, Calif.
Del Mar Arena

South Regional
LatAm + South Central + South West
Dallas, Texas
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center

Pacific Regional
Australia + Asia
Wollongong, Australia
WIN Sports & Entertainment Centre

[highlight ]MAY 20 – 22[/highlight]

West Regional
North West + Canada West
Portland, Oregon
Moda Center

Atlantic Regional
Mid Atlantic + South East
Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia World Congress Center

[highlight ]MAY 27 – 29[/highlight]

Central Regional
Central East + North Central
Columbus, Ohio
Greater Columbus Convention Center

Meridian Regional
Europe + Africa
Madrid, Spain
Caja Mágica

East Regional
North East + Canada East
Albany, New York
Times Union Center


The top athletes and teams, based on their performance in their Open region, will advance to one of eight regionals. A map of the regional boundaries is available here.
• 20 men, 20 women and 15 teams will advance from regions in the U.S. and Canada.
• 30 men, 30 women and 20 teams will advance from Europe and Australia.
• 10 men, 10 women and 10 teams will advance from Latin America, Asia, and Africa.

The top five men, five women and five teams at the end of each regional will advance to the CrossFit




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