Ocean State’s Finest: 17.4

Mar 23rd, 2017

Ocean State’s Finest: 17.4

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Ocean State’s Finest 17.4 finish:

10th in North East, 76th in the world

Current Overall Standing: 

4th in North East, 30th in the world


The following pictures and statistics are from the top 5 men and women who represented Ocean State CrossFit in 17.4, and are in contention for score contribution towards the Finest’s score.

Note: to put rankings into perspective, there are roughly 14,000 men, 13,000 women, and 375 teams competing in the North East.


Alex Bozenhard

17.4 Score: 281

17.3 Place: 22 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 19 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: Rookie


Tristan Maiorano 

17.4 Score: 265 

17.4 Place: 56 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 42 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: Rookie


Ray Fleser

17.4 Score: 254

17.4 Place: 128 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 42 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: 3rd year, Captain and Coach


Timothy DeAraujo

17.4 Score: 247

17.4 Place: 176 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 103 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: 2nd year


Brian Monteiro

17.4 Score: 243

17.4 Place: 214 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 146 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: 3rd year


Taylor Ballek

17.4 Score: 264

17.4 Place: 22 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 16 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: Rookie


Ashleigh Cornell

17.4 Score: 246

17.4 Place: 62 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 40 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: 3rd year, Captain


Amy Morton

17.4 Score: 219

17.4 Place: 162 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 85 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: Rookie


Meg Ellery

17.4 Score: 217

17.4 Place: 184 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 203 in NE

History with Ocean State’s Finest: Rookie


 

Christine Middleton 

17.4 Score: 204

17.4 Place: 331 in NE

Current Overall Placing: 146 in NE

History with Ocean State: 2nd year


The following Master’s athletes train with Ocean State’s Finest throughout the year, and are hopeful to make the Master’s Qualifier, the next step of Master’s competition, limited to the top 200 atheletes worldwide, at the conclusion of the 2017 Open.


Richard aka “Pops” Viera

Division: 55-59

17.4 Score: 211

17.4 Place: 192 Worldwide

Current Overall Placing: 45 Worldwide

Years qualifying: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016


Stuart Swanson

Division: 50-54

17.4 Score:  198

17.4 Place: 57 Worldwide

Current Overall Placing: 44 Worldwide

Years qualifying: 2015