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2020 CrossFit Games – Find Out How Much Money Each Athlete Won (So Far)

Find out how much money athletes took home after this weekend of competition.

Stage 1 of the 2020 CrossFit Games is now over and it established the leaderboard from 6th to 30th place, as well as event and overall pay-outs.

2020 CrossFit Games Prize Money

Cash prizes were awarded to top performers, including the top 20 athletes at the end of competition and the top three athletes in each event.

Top finishes by event received the following prize money:

  • First Place: $3,000
  • Second Place: $2,000
  • Third Place: $1,000

Places 1 to 5 will be determined at the 2020 CrossFit Games finals in Aromas, California, on October 19-25, and so do not receive overall prize money at this stage.

The top 5 athletes will be awarded the following prize money:

  • 1st Place: $300,000
  • 2nd Place: $115,000
  • 3rd Place: $75,000
  • 4th Place: $50,000
  • 5th Place: $35,000

Points will reset prior to the finals.

Women’s prize money

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey
    • $3,000 Friendly Fran
    • $3,000 1RM Front Squat
    • $3,000 Damn Diane
    • $1,000 Nasty Nancy
    • $3,000 Awful Annie
    • $13,000 stage 1 total
  2. Brooke Wells
    • $1,000 Friendly Fran
    • $1,000 Damn Diane
    • $1,000 Awful Annie
    • $3,000 stage 1 total
  3. Haley Adams
  4. Katrin Davidsdottir
    • $3,000 Nasty Nancy
    • $3,000 Handstand Hold
    • $6,000 stage 1 total
  5. Kari Pearce
    • $2,000 Handstand Hold
  6. Kristin Holte
    • $30,000
    • $2,000 Nasty Nancy
    • $32,000 total
  7. Kara Saunders
    • $27,000
    • $2,000 Friendly Fran
    • $1,000 1RM Front Squat
    • $2,000 Awful Annie
    • $32,000 total
  8. Amanda Barnhart
    • $25,000
    • $2,000 1,000-M Row
    • $27,000 total
  9. Kristi Eramo O’ Connell – $23,000
  10. Andrea Nisler – $21,000
  11. Carol-Ann Reason-Thibault
    • $18,000
    • $2,000 Damn Diane
    • $20,000 total
  12. Jamie Simmonds – $16,000
  13. Dani Speegle
    • $15,000
    • $1,000 1,000-M Row
    • $16,000 total
  14. Karin Freyova
    • $14,000
    • $3,000 1,000-M Row
    • $17,000 total
  15. Danielle Brandon
    • $13,000
    • $1,000 Handstand Hold
    • $14,000 total
  16. Kristine Best – $12,000
  17. Melina Rodriguez – $11,000
  18. Gabriela Migala – $10,000
  19. Emma McQuaid – $9,000
  20. Bethany Shadburne – $8,000
  21. Sara Sigmundsdottir
  22. Kendall Vincelette
  23. Camila Salomonsson Hellman
  24. Laura Horvath
  25. Sam Briggs
  26. Laura Clifton$2,000 1RM Front Squat
  27. Andrea Solberg
  28. Harriet Roberts
  29. Brooke Haas
  30. Sanna Venalainen

2020 CrossFit Games First 6 Events 

Men’s Prize Money

  1. Mat Fraser
    • $3,000 Friendly Fran
    • $3,000 Damn Diane
    • $3,000 Nasty Nancy
    • $2,000 Handstand Hold
    • $3,000 Awful Annie
    • $14,000 stage 1 total
  2. Noah Ohlsen
    • $2,000 Friendly Fran
    • $2,000 Damn Diane
    • $3,000 Handstand Hold
    • $7,000 stage 1 total
  3. Justin Medeiros
    • $1,000 1RM Front Squat
    • $2,000 Nasty Nancy
    • $3,000 stage 1 total
  4. Samuel Kwant
    • $1,000 1,000-M Row
    • $1,000 Handstand Hold
    • $2,000 stage 1 total
  5. Jeffrey Adler
  6. Chandler Smith
    • $30,000
    • $1,000 Nasty Nancy
    • $31,000 total
  7. Jonne Koski
    • $27,000
    • $1,000 Damn Diane
    • $28,000 total
  8. Bjorgvin Karl Gudmundsson – $25,000
  9. Patrick Vellner – $23,000
  10. Samuel Cournoyer – $21,000
  11. Bayden Brown
    • $18,000
    • $1,000 Friendly Fran
    • $19,000 total
  12. Jacob Heppner
    • $16,000
    • $1,000 Awful Annie
    • $17,000 total
  13. Roman Khrennikov
    • $15,000
    • $3,000 1,000-M Row
    • $18,000 total
  14. Tim Paulson – $14,000
  15. Brent Fikowski
    • $13,000
    • $2,000 Awful Annie
    • $15,000 total
  16. Alexandre Caron – $12,000
  17. Scott Tetlow
    • $11,000
    • $1,000 Friendly Fran
    • $12,000 total
  18. Jay Crouch – $10,000
  19. Travis Mayer – $9,000
  20. Cole Sager – $8,000
  21. Saxon Panchik
  22. Luke Schafer
  23. Brandon Luckett
  24. Tyler Christophel
    • $2,000 1RM Front Squat
  25. Griffin Roelle
    • $3,000 1RM Front Squat
  26. Khan Porter
    • $2,000 1,000-M Row
  27. Adam Davidson
  28. Rogelio Gamboa
  29. Pete Shaw
  30. David Shorunke (WD)

Stage 1 of the 2020 CrossFit Games saw 30 men and 30 women compete online over seven scored events. The virtual competition took place on September 18 and 19 across affiliates around the world. Each event could only be performed once and every athlete was judged in person by an experienced member of CrossFit’s Seminar Staff.

The 2020 event is the 13th annual edition of the CrossFit Games, and the total purse this year is more than US$1.3 million.