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Six Must-Follow Rules to Keep Your Sanity #intheOpen

The Open is practically here and some at Throwdowns HQ are notorious head cases. We wrote up a few stay-sane rules for surviving the Open. If you are anything like us, maybe you will benefit from this list also. #intheopen #staysane 1. You can only do what you can do. Do your best. Not *insert […]

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Spotlight On: CrossFit for Carson

Throwdowns.com HQ had the pleasure of working with over 200 competitions all over the world in 2016 alone. Many of the events gave some or all of their proceeds to charity, and we pride ourselves on doing the same. We want to take this opportunity to spotlight one of the events in 2016 that tugged […]

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How to Read the Leaderboards

CrossFit competitions typically involve one of two possible scoring policies: placement-based scoring or scoring based upon points tables. This post briefly explains the difference between these two types of scoring policies. Most CrossFit competitions tend to use a points-based scoring policy. With placement-based scoring, an athlete’s overall score at any point in the competition is […]

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What’s in your gear bag for a CrossFit Competition?

What are the most important items to pack in your gear bag for a CrossFit competition? Much like packing for a vacation or preparing for a shopping trip, we recommend putting together a handy checklist so that you don’t forget anything important. Most competitions are all day affairs, so you’ll want to carefully prepare so […]

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How to Get Sponsors for a Competition

Most fitness competitions seek sponsorship support in the form of prizes and swag. You want to make sure it’s simple and easy for sponsors to support your event. The Throwdowns.com registration system has the ability to collect sponsor information and fees, which make the process better for everyone involved. As a rule, we recommend starting […]

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Competition Programming: Part Three – Be Unique

  This is the final part in our series on competition programming. If you’ve followed our advice so far, you should have a solid understanding of how to smartly design your events. Here, we take the final step by suggesting 3 ways you can make your competition stand out and be unique. Read the Throwdowns.com […]

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