Make Your Team Series Experience LIVE

Are you competing in the CrossFit Team Series? Would you like to watch the top teams and other affiliate teams around the world compete? Want to really showcase your affiliate during the competition? Let’s make it happen!

Broadcast your Team Series events using Facebook LIVE, the streaming video function available to any individual or affiliate with a Facebook page. If you’re unfamiliar with how it works, catch up here:

We are looking for teams from around the world, in the Masters, Teenage and Open Divisions, to showcase on the Games page during the two weeks of Team Series competition. If you are an individual or affiliate representative who is interested in broadcasting your events live and having them echoed on the Games page, message us on Facebook.

Use the hashtag #TeamSeriesLive to make your events available to the community.

Tips for Broadcasting

* Use a smart phone or connect a standalone camera for broadcasts.
* Have a person dedicated to moving the camera around throughout the events.
* Make sure your broadcast is set to public.
* Broadcast using a strong wifi connection or network signal.
* Communicate with us when you intend to go live.
* Begin your broadcast close to your event start time.

If you’re Rx’d or scaled and participating in the Masters, Teenage or Open Division of the 2016 Team Series, broadcast your experience live on Facebook and let us know.

About the Team Series

The Team Series tests the fitness of four-person teams, two men and two women.It starts Sept. 6, with the release of multiple team workouts. Teams will have six days to get together, complete the work and submit their scores before the deadline: 5 p.m. PT, Sept. 12. Less than a month later, CrossFit will release the final set of team workouts, which will take place Oct. 4-10.

Teams will be able to choose between two versions of each workout: Rx’d or scaled.

Register for the 2016 CrossFit Team Series, presented by Compex.

CrossFit Team Series Filters

The CrossFit Team Series is like the Open, but for teams.

During the fall Team Series, CrossFit releases workouts online that are designed for two-man, two-woman teams. You get six days to compete each set of team workouts and submit your scores online (September 6 – 12, October 4 -10). You can compete the team workouts at an affiliate in front of a judge, or film your team’s performances and include the link to YouTube with your score.

Anyone can enter and compete with their peers, whether they’re world-class athletes like Team Rogue Black and Team Reebok United fighting for the top spot on the leaderboard, or mere mortals squaring off with their frenemies from the other class times at the box for a higher ranking in the standings. However, you cut it, the Team Series gives you a chance to hone your skill as a team competitor and spend time with friends.


We have filters on the leaderboard so you can cut the field down to those groups that most interest you.

There will be two filters on the Open Leaderboard: Pro and Elite.

  • Pro = Any team with a 2016 Games individual competitor.
  • Elite = Any team with a 2016 Games team competitor, or 2016 regional individual competitor.

Uncheck the Pro box, and all Pro teams will disappear from the leaderboard. Do the same for Elites, and the field will be further cut to teams with athletes who did not advance beyond the first stage of last year’s Games season.

There will be three filters on the Masters Leaderboard: 40s, 50s and 60s.

  • 40s = The youngest teammate is in their 40s.
  • 50s = The youngest teammate is in their 50s.
  • 60s = The youngest teammate is in their 60s.

Games Athletes Team Up for the CrossFit Team Series

The CrossFit Team Series, presented by Compex, starts just after Labor Day. Two-man, two-woman teams are registering now at

Since the Team Series allows for super teams, with athletes from multiple CrossFit affiliates, some of the world’s best athletes have teamed up.

Rich Froning, Katrin Davidsdottir, Annie Thorisdottir and Josh Bridges | Team Rogue Black.

Brooke Wells, Alex Anderson, Jacob Anderson, and Lindy Barber | Team Brooke and Friends.

Ben Smith, Scott Panchik, Stacie Tovar, and Emily Bridgers | Team Reebok United.

Camille Leblanc-Bazinet, Margaux Alvarex, Dan Bailey, Graham Holmberg | Team Rogue Red.

You too can join in the action. All you need to do is grab three friends, and register your team. The series will be held September 6 – 12, and October 4 – 10.

Upcoming CrossFit Competitions

The CrossFit Games season ended in July, and won’t restart until 2017, but those looking to compete have plenty to look forward to in September, October, and November.

CrossFit Team Series: September 6 – October 10

Grab three teammates and join in the CrossFit Team Series, presented by Compex. Registration begins Tuesday, August 16, at

The Team Series puts two-man, two-woman teams through team workouts.

The first batch of workouts will be released September 6. Teams will have until September 12 (six days) to complete the workouts together and submit their scores.

The second batch of workouts will be released October 4. Scores will be due six days later on October 10.

The top 15 overall (Open Division, Rx’d) will receive a chunk of the $151,000 prize purse.

The Team Series is designed to be inclusive, with two versions of each workout (Rx’d and Scaled) offered so to accommodate varying abilities and extra divisions for masters-aged athletes (40+) and teenagers (14-17).

CrossFit Liftoff: November 3 – 7

Show off your snatch and clean and jerk in the CrossFit Liftoff, powered by Rogue.

In addition to setting your 1-rep-max in each lift, you’ll submit a score on a workout that will test your fitness.

There are plenty of ways to earn prizes. Learn more here.

Registration begins October 15 at

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Team Series Prizes Reach Top 15

The 2016 CrossFit Team Series, presented by Compex, allows for the creation of four-person super teams. Any two men and two women can come together to compete in the series (September 6 – 12, October 4 – 10).

This year, five more teams will claim a part of the $151,000 prize purse. We have expanded the number of winners from the top 10 to the top 15 overall (Open Division, Rx’d).

Rx’d – Overall Prize Money
1st $30,000
2nd $25,000
3rd $20,000
4th $15,000
5th $12,000
6th $10,000
7th $8,000
8th $7,000
9th $6,000
10th $5,000
11th $4,000
12th $3,000
13th $2,500
14th $2,000
15th $1,500

Registration begins Tuesday, August 16, at Send your team captain to the site to register the team. As part of the process, the captain will pay and send email invites to their teammates.

Registration costs $80 for all teams except those that are sponsored. Sponsored teams pay $500.

To Do List
1. Find three teammates.
2. Come back to between Aug. 16 and Sept. 6 to register your team.
3. Make sure all teammates accept your email invites.
4. Compete!

Vote for the CrossFit Games

The 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games have been nominated by the readers of SportsTravel for two SportsTravel awards, including the Best Professional Multi-Discipline / Multi-Sport Event and Best Sports Event of the Year.

Now that we’ve been nominated, our final placing is up to Games fans like you. Make your voice heard by casting your vote before August 15, 2016, at 5 p.m. PT.

Select the CrossFit Games in the professional sports section and click the drop-down menu to vote for the CrossFit Games as the Best Sports Event of the Year.

Since its inception in 1997, SportsTravel magazine has served the sports-related event industry, recognizing those who organize and manage sporting events. CrossFit has been nominated every year since 2012, and won in 2013.

The ninth annual CrossFit Games are in the running with the 2016 Winter X Games, 2016 NBA Finals, U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials and many more major sporting events.

Like few other sports, the CrossFit Games are supported by a global community. Seven hundred fifty CrossFit enthusiasts from around the globe traveled to Carson, California, to volunteer their time. Volunteers moved barbells, stacked weights, built Rogue rigs and performed countless other tasks to ensure the competition ran smoothly.

The 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games featured hundreds of athletes, multiple venues, never-before-seen equipment (paddleboards, hurdles, 203 / 124 lb. kettlebells, pegboards), never-before-performed events, and all of it spanned multiple days with live webcasts, broadcasts and real-time reporting in print and on social media platforms.

The documentary “Fittest on Earth” tells the story of the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games, a test so challenging and compelling that the documentary has gained popularity on Netflix and become #1 on iTunes.

It’s an honor for our young sport to be nominated for these awards for the fourth consecutive year. With the X Games and other longstanding sports in the same division, it will take the support of our community to push us to the top.

Cast your vote here.