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Day two of the 2nd annual Rogue Invitational will stream live Sunday, June 14 from 9am to 5pm EST.  

As an exclusively online competition, all 37 participating athletes (19 men and 18 women) will be competing from their own chosen locations around the world, while the Rogue team simultaneously brings together each individual stream to create a single, comprehensive live broadcast. Our coverage will kick off each day with a 30-minute edition of the Iron Game studio show, featuring highlights, athlete interviews, and expert analysis.  

This year’s line-up of competitors, once again, includes many of the biggest names in CrossFit, including the reigning Fittest Woman on Earth Tia-Clair Toomey, as well as Patrick Vellner, Noah Ohlsen, Sara Sigmundsdottir, Katrin Davidsdottir, and more. 

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Follow @rogueinvitational on Instagram and Facebook for event updates and Click ‘Get a Reminder’ to be notified when each stream begins. For standings and event results visit

Sunday’s Events:
Rogue Iron Game Show | 26:30
Event 4: Men’s Heat | 1:00:11
Event 4: Women’s Heat | 2:08:15
Event 5: Men’s Heat | 4:11:18
Event 5: Women’s Heat | 5:01:15
Event 6: Men’s Heat | 6:46:15
Event 6: Women’s Heat | 7:08:15

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41 Replies to “2020 Rogue Invitational | Day 2 – Full Live Stream”

  1. May 13, 2020, was the 21st World Falun Dafa Day and the 28th anniversary of Falun Dafa's introduction to the public. To honor this special occasion, each year government officials issue proclamations and congratulatory letters.

    Elected officials from the U.S. House of Representatives, New York state senators and assembly members issued proclamations and letters to mark World Falun Dafa Day.

    From left to right and upper to lower panel: House Representative Eliot L. Engel of the 16th Congressional District, Representative Sean P. Maloney of the 18th District, Representative Elise M. Stefanik of the 21st District, Representative Thomas W. Reed II of the 23rd District, New York State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins of the 35th District, State Senator Daphne Jordan of the 43rd District, New York Assemblymember John T. McDonald III of the 108th District, Assemblymember Clifford W.Crouch of the 122nd District and Assemblymember Pamela J. Hunter of 128th District.

    Letter from Representative Eliot L. Engel of the 16th Congressional District in New York

    “I want to send my warmest greetings to all those celebrating World Falun Dafa Month this May in New York’s 16th Congressional District and across the world.” Representative Eliot L. Engel stated in his letter.

    “Based on a foundation of “Truthfulness, compassion, and forbearance” Falun Dafa offers high level meditation and exercises tools to millions of individuals globally. This peaceful, spiritual practice has done a great deal to help people deal with stress, while improving their minds and bodies. This is especially critical right now.”

    Proclamation from Representative Sean P. Maloney of the 18th Congressional District

    “Falun Dafa, also called Falun Gong, is an ancient Qi Gong discipline of mind/body cultivation,” the proclamation reads, “It is a way to improve physical and mental wellness thorough a series of gentle exercises and meditation. This cultivation practice is guided by the principles of truthfulness, compassion and forbearance; universal human values that bridge cultures, nationalities, race, gender, and age. The practice and the principles of Falun Dafa encourage people to be good, kind and thoughtful of others at all times.”

    “Throughout the years in Deer Park, Port Jervis, Ottsville, and Middletown, local Falun Dafa practitioners have participated in many events to share the beauty and benefits of the Falun Dafa practice. Each year in May, on the anniversary of Falun Dafa’s introduction to the public, practitioners, friends, and family gather to celebrate with music, dance and song, and share their personal accounts and welcome everyone to learn and take part in the celebration.”

  2. What i find most impressive about Tia is her ability to dominate weightlifting events like this yet also compete in cardio heavy events involving middle distance running or swimming/paddling events and win or place very high in those events too.

  3. I am confused . After Sara Sigmunsdottir hit 225, she disappeared and they didn’t mention it. What happened?

  4. The celebration is also different. In future, I would like to see the online celebration as equally great as with on site celebration. If there is a next time.

  5. I enjoy Crossfit just for fun!!
    After this event was uploaded, I enjoyed these Wod with my coaches at the gym yesterday!!!!
    I tried an event 1 and 2 yesterday, and it was a really hard exercise, but it was so much fun. Thank you for uploading the video.
    I upload Crossfit video on my channel ❤️
    I’m gonna try next Wod and upload videos today😆😆😆

  6. So excited to see Kara still killing it! Love my Aussie's. Tia is simply incredible. Mad kudos to Shane Orr and Tia's team. Haley Adams is well on her way~

  7. I noticed that BKG had a different med ball than everyone else. I would have thought that Rogue would have standardized that. Probably coincidental, but he also won by a huge margin. I also noticed that one of the rowers was grey, and the others were black.

  8. Thanks Rogue, the crew, and to everyone who put this event on! Y’all knocked it out of the park and brought some much needed live competition back into our lives!

  9. Thank you Rogue for all your work!!! Minor tech difficulties, but for a first run through that was amazing!

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