The Open 2017

I haven’t written as much about the Open this year as I did last year, but here comes a summary for those of you interested.

My goal was to be last years final placement.  I was very close to being better in all three categories:
Masters Men 40-44 World Wide (total 20898) I was 8735  – 41.8%
Masters Men 40-44 Europe (2558) I was 1049 – 41%
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Sick Day nr 20 & The Open 16.5

So I woke up this morning (Wednesday the 30th) coughing, making it now day 20…

I thought that I would have been able to swim last night, that is how good I felt at lunch time. I get to the pool, change and write the workout up on the board, but once I have to start talking to my swimmers, my throat starts to close up again. So after getting them started and watching the first half of the main series, I go home again.
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Flat on my back, 16.2 & the Filthy Fifty

What a week. A last minute site visit in Estonia, falling flat on my back outside the hotel on Tuesday and then 4 days of Double unders.

Where to start… Last Friday it was decided that I would travel to Estonia on Monday with an open return ticket. I booked it for Thursday in hopes to be finished my work and home in time to test 16.2 on Friday.
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The Open 16.1 – Rx

So it’s that time of year again.  When over 40,000 from around the world take on 5 WoDs over 5 weeks to see what they can do.

After last years Open, I set my goals rather high. I wanted to be  in the top 25%, but my progression in crossfit training has gone slower than I had thought, but in a good way. I am improving my technique and getting stronger with each WoD. So I’m hoping to just improve my ranking this year.
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