Over the years, the prize purse at the CrossFit Games has slowly increased. This year though, it looked pretty similar to the amounts rewarded to athletes at the 2018 Games. The only difference is displayed in a $15,000 increase awarded to the second-place overall finisher.

This means the fittest on earth, Mat Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey walked away with $300,000 for their overall win. Second-place finishers Noah Ohlsen and Kristin Holte took $115,000 home as their reward, and third place athletes Bjorgvin Karl Gudmundsson and Jamie Greene earned $75,000.

That’s not all though. Prizes are also awarded to those placing first, second, and third in individual events. First place in an individual event is given $3,000, followed by $2,000 for second, and $1,000 for third. This means Fraser, the weekend’s top earner, took home an extra $22,000 after earning six event wins and two-second places finishes at this year’s Games, bringing his total earnings to a cool $322,000. On the women’s side, Tia-Claire Toomey added $15,000 in prize money by winning five events, one second-place finish, and two third places.

We also witnessed a change take place in the team’s prize purse. First place team, Mayhem Freedom, was awarded the regular amount of $100,000, while the second-place finishers on team CrossFit Krypton earned $70,000 (an increase of $10,000 from last year’s event). Third place followed the same trend, leaving CrossFit Invictus with $40,000. Fourth and fifth place awards also took an increase, adding $5,000 to last year’s total.

Top 10 Earners at the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games

Males

  1. Mat Fraser – $322,000
  2. Noah Ohlsen – $126,000
  3. Björgvin Karl Guðmundsson – $82,000
  4. Scott Panchik – $54,000
  5. James Newbury – $40,000
  6. Jacob Heppner – $31,000
  7. Matt Mcleod – $33,000
  8. Adrian Mundwiler – $26,000
  9. Saxon Panchik – $26,000
  10. Will Moorad – $22,000

Women

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey – $319,000
  2. Kristin Holte – $122,000
  3. Jamie Greene – $79,000
  4. Katrin Davidsdottir – $57,000
  5. Karissa Pearce – $43,000
  6. Haley Adams – $32,000
  7. Amanda Barnhart – $34,000
  8. Bethany Shadburne – $28,000
  9. Anna Fragkou – $25,000
  10. Thuridur Helgadottir – $21,000

Here is a full breakdown of this year’s prize purse:

Male and Female-Individual Overall Finish

  1. $300,000
  2. $115,000
  3. $75,000
  4. $50,000
  5. $35,000
  6. $30,000
  7. $27,000
  8. $25,000
  9. $23,000
  10. $21,000
  11. $18,000
  12. $16,000
  13. $15,000
  14. $14,000
  15. $13,000
  16. $12,000
  17. $11,000
  18. $10,000
  19. $9,000
  20. $8,000

Teams- Overall Finish

  1. $100,000
  2. $70,000
  3. $40,000
  4. $25,000
  5. $20,000

35-39 Masters Overall Finish

  1. $25,000
  2. $10,000
  3. $5,000

40-60+ Masters Divisions

  1. $10,000
  2. $5,000
  3. $3,000

Over the years, the prize purse at the CrossFit Games has slowly increased. This year though, it looked pretty similar to the amounts rewarded to athletes at the 2018 Games. The only difference is displayed in a $15,000 increase awarded to the second-place overall finisher.

This means the fittest on earth, Mat Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey walked away with $300,000 for their overall win. Second-place finishers Noah Ohlsen and Kristin Holte took $115,000 home as their reward, and third place athletes Bjorgvin Karl Gudmundsson and Jamie Greene earned $75,000.

That’s not all though. Prizes are also awarded to those placing first, second, and third in individual events. First place in an individual event is given $3,000, followed by $2,000 for second, and $1,000 for third. This means Fraser, the weekend’s top earner, took home an extra $22,000 after earning six event wins and two-second places finishes at this year’s Games, bringing his total earnings to a cool $322,000. On the women’s side, Tia-Claire Toomey added $15,000 in prize money by winning five events, one second-place finish, and two third places.

We also witnessed a change take place in the team’s prize purse. First place team, Mayhem Freedom, was awarded the regular amount of $100,000, while the second-place finishers on team CrossFit Krypton earned $70,000 (an increase of $10,000 from last year’s event). Third place followed the same trend, leaving CrossFit Invictus with $40,000. Fourth and fifth place awards also took an increase, adding $5,000 to last year’s total.

Top 10 Earners at the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games

Males

  1. Mat Fraser – $322,000
  2. Noah Ohlsen – $126,000
  3. Björgvin Karl Guðmundsson – $82,000
  4. Scott Panchik – $54,000
  5. James Newbury – $40,000
  6. Jacob Heppner – $31,000
  7. Matt Mcleod – $33,000
  8. Adrian Mundwiler – $26,000
  9. Saxon Panchik – $26,000
  10. Will Moorad – $22,000

Women

  1. Tia-Clair Toomey – $319,000
  2. Kristin Holte – $122,000
  3. Jamie Greene – $79,000
  4. Katrin Davidsdottir – $57,000
  5. Karissa Pearce – $43,000
  6. Haley Adams – $32,000
  7. Amanda Barnhart – $34,000
  8. Bethany Shadburne – $28,000
  9. Anna Fragkou – $25,000
  10. Thuridur Helgadottir – $21,000

Here is a full breakdown of this year’s prize purse:

Male and Female-Individual Overall Finish

  1. $300,000
  2. $115,000
  3. $75,000
  4. $50,000
  5. $35,000
  6. $30,000
  7. $27,000
  8. $25,000
  9. $23,000
  10. $21,000
  11. $18,000
  12. $16,000
  13. $15,000
  14. $14,000
  15. $13,000
  16. $12,000
  17. $11,000
  18. $10,000
  19. $9,000
  20. $8,000

Teams- Overall Finish

  1. $100,000
  2. $70,000
  3. $40,000
  4. $25,000
  5. $20,000

35-39 Masters Overall Finish

  1. $25,000
  2. $10,000
  3. $5,000

40-60+ Masters Divisions

  1. $10,000
  2. $5,000
  3. $3,000
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