The CrossFit Open: Results from 15.1A

For the first time in the history of the CrossFit Open, the first workout 15.1 featured a second part, known as 15.1A.

15.1A
Find your 1 RM Clean and Jerk Max (6 minute time cap)

While the scoring for 15.1 was maximum repetitions, the score for 15.1A was total pounds lifted. A special bodyweight tiebreak was used for 15.1A, where competitors were divided into 10 pound weight classes. The lighter athlete would have the ranking advantage over heavier athletes or those who did not submit a bodyweight at all if they lifted the same exact weight.

While it is useful for us to look at the rankings for 15.1 and 15.1A separately for goal setting, keep in mind that the scoring was combined to determine the overall rankings for individuals.

More than 272,000 people completed this two-part workout.

15.1A Men

99% = 304 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
95% = 270 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
90% = 253 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
80% = 230 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
70% = 215 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
60% = 205 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
50% = 187 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
40% = 176 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
30% = 154 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
20% = 155 lbs (15.1 scaled)

15.1A Women

99% = 190 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
95% = 165 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
90% = 151 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
80% = 135 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
70% = 125 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
60% = 115 lbs (15.1 Rx’d)
50% = 140 lbs (15.1 scaled)
40% = 110 lbs (15.1 scaled)
30% = 98 lbs (15.1 scaled)
20% = 85 lbs (15.1 scaled)

The winners of this combined workout were Maude Charron and Nick Urankar, two regional level competitors.

Charron finished 7 full rounds plus 13 toes to bar on 15.1, then clean and jerked 240 pounds.

Urankar finished within a couple reps of Rich Froning and Mat Fraser on the triplet (228 reps), following that with a 375 pound clean and jerk. He beat Froning and Fraser by 25 pounds, which earned him the overall win.

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