Just a quick update about Katrín Davíðsdóttir, she join Team Nobull and is no longer a Reebok athlete.
The official announcement about deactivating all accounts on platforms owned by Facebook is now available on the CrossFit website.
Update: A couple of venues are hosting the Open 19.1 announcement:
- Strength In Depth UK (announcement)
- French Throwdown (announcement)
- Brazil CrossFit Champ (announcement)
Word about live CrossFit Open announcements for the upcoming workouts is out via the official Instagram account.
Here’s the short version – it’s like the sanctional events, stream quality and commentary will vary depending on the organizer:
beginning with #19point1 on February 21, an international cohort of CrossFit affiliates and Sanctionals organizers will announce the Open workouts live. Each week will bring its own look and feel, from workout releases on raw live-streams to head-to-head throw-downs with star athletes. The party and protocol will be determined by the host.
What are your thoughts about this? We already saw a variety of streaming options at the previous sanctional events and at times it’s far from the quality that the CrossFit community has come to expect from an event. Do you already miss the CrossFit Open announcements, the big show and the party feeling or do you look forward to a fresh take on this events?
If you spot a mistake or if you feel like one of the points need more clarification, make sure to get in contact.
The page for the live feed for the Fittest In Cape Town competition went live. You can also watch past videos on their Facebook page.