UNOFFICIAL: Dubai CrossFit Championship Qualifying Athletes

OCT 21, 2018 BY 

From: Morning Chalk Up

The 2019 CrossFit Games season is now in full swing as the first-in-season sanctioned event wrapped up their qualifier this morning at 5:00 AM PT/8:00 AM ET.

The top 35 athletes after three weeks of events will move on to compete at the Championship in Dubai December 12 – 15, 2018. There are a total of 37 individual male and female athletes competing in December, however, the first two spots were granted to former champions Mathew Fraser, BK Gudmundsson, Annie Thorisdottir, and Sara Sigmundsdottir. Noah Ohlsen declined his invitation.

In addition to earning a spot to compete in Dubai, all qualifying athletes and team will receive a cash payout.

This elite division only competition will grant one male, female and team a spot to the 2019 CrossFit Games.

Online Qualifier Payouts

1st Place: $9,000 Individual  |  $5,000 Team
2nd Place: $6,000 Individual  |  $3,000 Team
3rd Place: $3,000 Individual  |  $1,500 Team
4th – 35th/4th – 10th: $500 Individual  |  $500 Team

Unofficial Results

The Dubai CrossFit Championship staff are reviewing scores and video submissions to finalize the list. After all results are verified, invitations will be sent out. If an athlete declines their invitation it will be passed on to the next athlete on the leaderboard.

Here are the top 37 men and women, and 10 teams who have unofficially qualified.


  1. Mathew Fraser **
  2. BK Gudmundsson **
  3. Streat Hoerner*
  4. Willy Georges*
  5. Jacob Heppner*
  6. Colten Mertens
  7. Dean Linder-Leighton*
  8. Giorgos Karavis
  9. Connor Duddy
  10. Ben Smith*
  11. Alex Anderson*
  12. Alex Kotoulas
  13. Travis Mayer*
  14. Luke Schafer
  15. Mitch Wagner
  16. Paul Castillo*
  17. Casper Gammelmark
  18. Ruan Duvenage
  19. Jake Marconi
  20. Alec Smith*
  21. Matt McLeod
  22. Uldis Upenieks
  23. Jason Smith*
  24. Brandon Swan*
  25. Roman Khrennikov*
  26. Brendan Willis
  27. Frederik Aegidius*
  28. Bayden Brown
  29. Jeffrey Adler
  30. Paul Tremblay*
  31. Eric Carmody*
  32. Bartek Lipka
  33. Viktor Langsved
  34. Samuel Cournoyer
  35. Josh Gervais
  36. Justin Ahrens
  37. Tyler Tosunian


  1. Annie Thorisdottir**
  2. Sara Sigmundsdottir**
  3. Laura Horvath*
  4. Jamie Greene*
  5. Dani Speegle
  6. Chantelle Loehner
  7. Karin Frey
  8. Eik Gylfadottir*
  9. Carolyne Prevost
  10. Jessica Coughlan*
  11. Samantha Briggs*
  12. Brooke Haas
  13. Gabriela Migala
  14. Keston Mendoza
  15. Kelley Jackson*
  16. Pip Malone*
  17. Bethany Shadburne*
  18. Chelsey Hughes*
  19. Camilla Salomonsson Hellman*
  20. Harriet Roberts
  21. Carmen Bosmans
  22. Jaime Goodwin
  23. Hilary Steele
  24. Laken Watt
  25. Emma McQuaid
  26. Christina Agerbeck
  27. Samantha Pugh
  28. Paige Henry
  29. Mikaela Norman
  30. Alessandra Pichelli*
  31. Mia Akerlund
  32. Casey Campbell*
  33. Hayley Murillo
  34. Anna Fragkou
  35. Caroline Dardini
  36. Angonese Manon
  37. Ashleigh Wosny

* Indicates an individual CrossFit Games athlete.
** Indicates qualification by invitation.


  1. Cassidy Lance-Mcwherter, Jenn Smith, Adrian Mundwiler, Lukas Esslinger
  2. Joseph Tortora, Zach Sowder, Emma Chapman, Nicole Holcomb
  3. Lauren Fisher, Regan Huckaby, Tommy Vinas, Rasmus Anderson
  4. Chandler Smith, Travis Williams, Andrea Nisler, Taylor Williamson
  5. Marcus Erixon, Elin Rova, Emelie Lundberg, Linus Johansson
  6. Simon Mantyla, Amanda Franden, Sara Armanius, Alexander Elebro
  7. Manon Lesur, David Fontaine, Tola Morakinyo, Lorraine Allard
  8. Jennifer Dancer, Holden Rethwill, Kaitlin Kassis, Sam Dancer
  9. Philip Then Bisgaard, Frederikke Frandsen, Rebecka Vitteson, Klaus Uggerhoj
  10. Callerina Natori, Joey Szwec, Kyle Zozaya, Brandi McGoldrick


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