Rogue Invitational 2022, Where to Watch & Athletes from Australia /New Zealand

October 27, 2022

The 2022 Rogue Invitational is here, starting one day early with a locked down event on day 1 with no spectators, media or coaches able to attend the event location.

Rogue has described, “(Athletes) were told to report for the offsite event at 6:45am and to bring trail shoes. Once they arrive, they will receive work out details. Event 1 will be closed to spectators and media”.

**Update – Event 1 has since been announced, see below for event details

In the men’s field, we have Ricky Garard competition. Most recently finishing 3rd at the 2022 CrossFit Games, and is one of the favourites to be on the podium at Rogue alongside Justin Medeiros and Roman Khrennikov.

On the women’s side, Bailey Roger is the only New Zealand athlete taking the floor this year. After qualifying through the ‘Q’, an online world-wide qualifier for the 2022 Rogue Invitational, Bailey will bring her weightlifting background, as a dual Commonwealth Games athlete, to a competition that is known to be strength dominated.

Fan favourite, and world’s fittest mum, Kara Saunders will be on the floor as the fittest Australian in lieu of Tia-Clair Toomey competing. Coming off a 7th place at the Games, and her strength with a barbell, you’ll likely see Kara winning an event or two this weekend.

Up and coming athlete, Ellie Turner (24 years old) will be here to make her mark in the competition. Coming on to the scene this year with a dominating performance at Wodapalooza in Miami and backing that up with an event win at the Games, Ellie will be one to watch this weekend.

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