All of our divisions have the ability to qualify for WZA Miami 2020! If you fall out of qualification, then almost all divisions have the opportunity to register through open registration! A second chance at competing on the big stage!

You didn't qualify? But you did all the Online Challenge workouts, and submitted the required videos? Great. On October 2nd, 2019 at 8PM ET, you will log-on and race against the rest of the eligible to try and sign up to secure a spot to compete at WZA Miami 2020!

All non-qualifying individual athletes are eligible for Open Registration in the Scaled or Beginner division, except for Teens 13-15. 

Non-qualifiers in the team division are eligible to register for Scaled or Beginner team.

Non-qualifiers in the Adaptive Rx divisions, are eligible to register for the Adaptive Scaled divisions.

We can't reiterate enough, these spots are first-come, first-serve, and extremely limited. There is a huge demand, so make sure you sign up quickly! 

Keep in mind that the scaled and beginner divisions at WZA Miami 2020 will be consistent with our standards which can be found below. These two divisions are meant to truly represent the name of each division, Beginner and Scaled. 


Athletes seeking to compete in the Beginner division should have no more than a full year of CrossFit experience. As a guide, this would be your first live competition if you plan on competing in the Beginner division. Athletes in this division typically scale most if not all workouts at their affiliate, during The Open or on Workouts at our event will reflect these details.

  • Snatch (75/55lb)
  • Clean & Jerk (115/85lb)
  • Single-Unders, Ring Rows, Hanging Knee Raises
  • Proficiency performing any movements with dumbbells (35/20lb)


Athletes in this division may have performed workouts in the 2019 Open as prescribed, but that is not mandatory. Having performed workout(s) scaled or with modifications is acceptable and programming for this division will reflect that.  

  • Snatch (95/65lb)
  • Clean & Jerk (135/95lb)
  • Pull-Ups, Double-Unders, Hanging Knee Raises, Rope Climbs
  • Proficiency performing any movements with dumbbells (40/25lb)

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