Rogue Iron Game – Ep. 8 / Ruck – Individual Event 3 – 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games

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Complete coverage of the third individual Men’s and Women’s event from the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games in Madison, Wisconsin. The RUCK event challenges competitors to complete a 6,000-m run carrying a ruck with escalating weight, starting at 20LB up to 30LB, 40 LB, and 50 LB (same for both men and women). The video starts with a Rogue Iron Game preview of the event, including chats with GORUCK owner Jason McCarthy, rising competitor James Newbury, and former Fittest Woman on Earth Samantha Briggs.

During the Ruck event, Newbury continues to shine, Lukas Hogberg breaks out, and Tia Toomey gets a major challenge from Canadian Emily Rolfe.

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41 comments

  1. Lockon Stratos 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    Hope they drank a lot of water before this event because they don't get to drink anything while running

  2. Aaron Kristien 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    you dont watch crossfit for runnng long way before they come good runner but there are other thing there can do better

  3. StrictlyUSA 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    Sorry, a little bit late on this comment (Oct 10, 2019). Love this workout, but afraid some of my esteemed colleagues may be right. Athletes probably ran somewhat less than 1500m per loop. Hogberg looked great and crushed it. Did a rough conversion of his spits to min/ mile. He hit 5:50@ 20#, 5:55@ 30#, 6:15@ 40# and finally 6:20@ 50#. That's booking with that much weight on your back! Possible, but not probable. I am a life long competitive runner and it didn't look like 6 min per mile pace to me. Yes, I absolutely may be wrong and NO, I am most certainly not taking anything away from these athletes. And it really doesn't matter anyway. What was most impressive about Hogberg was his consistency (steady pace) throughout- only a 30 second drop from 20# to 50#! I kinda tried this workout at home and it's deceptively difficult and I slowed down much more w/ 50#. Well, I am probably overthinking this. I love Crossfit!

  4. Martin Foster 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    The women having to run with added weight certainly adds a different perspective to their finishing times.

  5. Raymond Santiago 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    I hear the guys talking about never heard of something like this before about adding weight to the ruck but I recommend to them to take a look at the Best Ranger Competition in 2013 where the ruck was 13 plus miles and there was equipment to pick up during the course as you go. Yes there is an event that has done this type of rucking. I would say Best Ranger competition is way more demanding than this one because the guys are carrying a 60-70 pound ruck then add picking up sand bags, MRE boxes, ammo cans full of sand etc…
    either way I’m impress to see this event at the Crossfit games. Way to go!!

  6. Red Unicorn 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    I really love it that the women be men got th same weights. It's obviously going to be harder for the women but I really love the direct competition here like in the run swim run from events

  7. todie13 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    You put a pink line 10 meters away from finish line to confuse the runners right? Or did you forget to tell your judges that this pink line is the finish line? zero

  8. Björn Winsnes 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    Impressive and fun to watch but that was NOT 6000 meters. Högberg has a great stride but would not be able to run 4 min/km with all that weight on..

  9. E L 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    Anyone know how long the course actually was? Hardly felt like 6k, Lukas Högberg would have had to be doing a ~3:39/km pace for first 1500m to get a 5:28. And 4min/km pace overallt for 24min. Doesn’t look like it.

    Its impressive enough on its own, feels unneccessary to embelish.

  10. Travis Heinze 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    32:00 I don't know why the guy is so shocked by adding weight to bags over time. It's really not that #shocking

  11. Mikey McMikeyMike 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    was this the only event for the day ? these guys look cooked… surely they dont lift after this

  12. Natalie Broszio 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    why don't they show all people crossing the finish line … what the hell its wrong with the coverage ? in every sport you see all people in the right order crossing the line. the commentators later said Hailey Adams was 6th to finish and Brooke wells was 5th ? but the 5th and 6th women to cross, as far as we saw, were Katrin and someone else . this sucks. what happened to complete coverage ?

  13. meandmyself1600 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    I hope they will add more colors for the outfits next year again. They look way too uniform and are hard to identify often. Was much better the last years. Commentators also got a lot worse. Was raging a couple of times when they entered the final round and they were talking about round 3.

  14. Slywolf1992 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    Are the backpacks the same weight? Men being 3 whole minutes ahead of the women seems a little crazy.

  15. Where'sWally 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    Kinda awkward they got the GoRuck guy on here because apparently after the event all the athletes were saying how horrible the ruck packs were, lots got blisters from it rubbing on their back and some of the zippers came undone (i.e. Mat Fraser).

  16. Andrew Lamping 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    I’m confused why two commentators are standing and two are sitting. It makes me feel uncomfortable.

  17. Arlyta Andrew 22 June, 2020 at 05:27 Reply

    Absolutely loving this, even though it’s just a bunch of people running around a track! So fun to watch!!!

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