“Competing reveals weaknesses, showcases strengths, forces you in an uncomfortable position; a position wherein magic is bound to happen.” -Shoreline CrossFit
OPEN WOD 13.1
75/45 pound Snatch, 30 reps
135/75 pound Snatch, 30 reps
165/100 pound Snatch, 30 reps
210/120 pound Snatch, as many reps as possible
MASTERS MEN AND WOMEN Age 55+
45/35 pound Snatch, 30 reps
75/55 pound Snatch, 30 reps
100/75 pound Snatch, 30 reps
120/90 pound Snatch, as many reps as possible
This workout begins from a standing position and with the barbell loaded with the starting weight. In the Burpee, the Athlete will move from flat on
the ground to touching an object with both hands that is at least 6 inches above their max reach. In the Snatch, the barbell goes directly from the
ground to overhead in one motion without stopping at the shoulders. This can be a muscle Snatch, a power Snatch, a squat Snatch or a split Snatch.
A Clean and Jerk is not permitted. Score is total reps completed. In the case of a tie, the Athlete with the faster time to finish their last complete set of
Snatches will be ranked higher.
In this workout, we are using a special tiebreak method. At the end of each round of 30 Snatches, time should be marked. Specifically, as soon as
the 30th Snatch at 75 pounds for men is complete, time should be marked. As soon as the 30th Snatch at 135 pounds is complete, time should be
marked. The same at the 30th rep at 165 pounds, if you get there. When you submit your final result, your score will be the number of reps completed.
There will be another field in which you will enter the time of the last completed sets of Snatches, whichever that may be.
For example, a male athlete finishes all the reps up to and including 10 Snatches at 165 pounds, for a total of 160 reps. This is his score. He also
finished the 30th Snatch at 75 pounds in 3:52, and the 30th Snatch at 135 pounds in 13:10. In this case he will enter 13:10 as his time in the
tiebreak field since this was the time of completion of his final set of Snatches. This athlete would be ranked above someone who got 160 reps and a
tiebreak time of 14:00, but below someone with 160 reps and a tiebreak time of 12:00.
All tiebreak times must be reported in elapsed time, not in time remaining. If you are using a countdown timer, you must convert to elapsed time
before reporting your score. For this reason, it is recommended that you set your clock to count up.