75 squat cleans (100/155 lb.)
150 toes to bar
150 box jumps (20/24 inches)
75 thrusters (95/135 lb.)
300 walking lunges with 35 lb. plate overhead
CrossFit Calgary was added to the event after a scoring error was discovered, making the final workout a six-horse race.
With the sun blazing down on the Stadium, the six teams tackled the WOD with the knowledge that Northwest CrossFit's strong performance on Friday meant the team only had to finish the WOD to win the title.
No one cared about that from the word "go." Bragging rights were on the line even if the title wasn't.
The final results saw CrossFit Invictus from San Diego winning the event in a time of 31:16.1. CrossFit Calgary finished seven seconds behind, and CrossFit NorCal wrapped up their day just under two minutes later. Northwest CrossFit was fourth.
"It was pretty tough," said Sage Burgener of CrossFit Invictus. "I don't know how we did it. We read each other really well. The boys had to do all the muscle-ups. I got one but I don't really count that... Katie (Mac) and I had to come back on the burpees because they were dying from that."
The overall Affiliate Cup winner wasn't a surprise: Northwest CrossFit. CrossFit Central was second and CrossFit NorCal was third.
At press time, Dave Castro was briefing the individual competitors on the final WOD to decide the CrossFit Games champions.