When Will The CrossFit Open 2023 Workouts Be Announced?
The CrossFit Open workouts are announced every Thursday until 2nd March. Here’s where you can watch the big reveals
The CrossFit Open, the annual public fitness competition, is under way, with the first workout done and dusted. Participants are eagerly awaiting the reveal of the second workout and puzzling over Dave Castro’s latest CrossFit Open hint.
Here are all the key timings you need to know about.
When is workout 23.2 announced?
It is announced on Thursday 23rd February at 12pm PST (8pm GMT).
The second live announcement will be held at CrossFit Bison in New Jersey, USA. After the workout is shared with the world, current second fittest man on Earth Roman Khrennikov will go head to head with four-time CrossFit Games podium athlete Patrick Vellner.
Once the show is over, hundreds of thousands of registered participants have until the following Monday to lace up their best CrossFit shoes, complete it and log their score to see how they fare on the worldwide leaderboard.
How can I watch the 23.2 announcement?
You can watch the live stream on YouTube, which we have embedded here for your convenience.
When is workout 23.3 announced?
It is announced on Thursday 2nd March at 12pm PST (8pm GMT).
How can I watch the 23.3 announcement?
The final instalment will also be live streamed on YouTube with the location revealed in due course.
Where can I rewatch the 23.1 announcement?
To pass the time, catch up on the first live announcement at the Caja Mágica (Magic Box) stadium in Madrid, Spain.
CrossFit Open workout 23.1 was a repeat of 14.4, a workout from the 2014 season, which was a gruelling 14-minute AMRAP of rowing, toes-to-bars, wall balls, cleans and ring muscle-ups.
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