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2020CrossFit Open Workout 20.5

Complete the following for time. Partition the workout any way desired

  • 40 Ring Muscle-ups
  • 80 Calorie Row
  • 120 Wall Balls (M:20#-10’/W:14#-9′)

*20 minute time cap


  • M: Pull-ups/14#-10′
  • W: Pull-ups/10#-9′

Masters 55+

  • M: Chest to Bar Pull-ups/20#-9′
  • W: Chest to Bar Pull-up/10#-9′

Masters 55+ Scaled:

  • M: Jumping Chest to Bar Pull-ups/14#-8′
  • W: Jumping Chest to Bar Pull-ups/10#-8′

Cardio CrossFit:

  • 40 Pull-ups or Ring Rows
  • 80 Calorie Row
  • 120 Wall Balls (pick weight)

After the call of “3, 2, 1 … go,” the athlete may perform 40 muscle-ups, 80 calories on the rower, and 120 wall-ball shots. Athletes may perform the movements in any order, and the reps can be divided up in any manner. There are no restrictions on the sequence or combinations of movements, or their corresponding repetitions. The repetitions of one movement do not have to be completed before the athlete can accumulate reps of another movement. Regardless of where athletes choose to begin the workout, they must start fully standing, not touching any equipment. Only after the call of “3, 2, 1 … go” may the athlete touch the medicine ball, rower, or rings and begin the workout.

This workout includes a tiebreak. If the athlete completes all 240 reps prior to the 20-minute time cap, their score will be their total time, and there will be no tiebreaker. If the athlete is not able to complete the entire workout in the allotted time, a tiebreaker will be factored into their final score. Note the time when the athlete completes 80 calories on the rower and 120 wall-ball shots, regardless of how they choose to break up the work. When the athlete submits their score, there will be a space for their final rep count and an additional field for them to enter the elapsed time at which they completed the rowing and wall balls. In the case where two athletes have the same score (total number of reps), the athlete with the lower tiebreak time will be ranked higher.