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It's that time of year when seriously fit men and women congregate together and find out who is the "Fittest on Earth."
This week the Stubhub Center in Carson, California, hosts the CrossFit Games, which is "the world’s premier test" to find the toughest athletes, according to CrossFit's website. Forty men, 40 women, 40 teams, 40 teenagers, and 200 masters are coming together to compete in a series of "functional movement tests" that force them to move large loads, long distances, quickly.
CrossFit will feature live coverage throughout the week on Games.CrossFit.com.
The Masters competition will stream on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday starting as early as 9am PT and as late as 6pm PT.
The team and individual competitions will stream on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday on ESPN3.60.com for U.S. viewers. Non-U.S. viewers will need to access the CrossFit website. These streams will begin as early as 8am PT and will end each day by 9pm PT.
For the complete, competition-by-competition schedule of each individual event, visit the CrossFit site here.