Hungarian crossfit athlete Laura Horváth has won the Rogue Invitational, an invitational competition for the world’s best crossfit athletes. The 25-year-old won four out of ten challenges.
Twenty women competed in the prestigious world competition, Rogue Invitational, with Laura Horváth standing out. The total prize money was $1.272 million and the contestants had to complete 10 sets of challenges (wod). Both the winner of the women and the men’s group received $218,868 each.
This is the biggest win of Horváth’s career so far. She was runner-up at the World Championships in 2018, and last year, and this year she finished third at the prestigious CrossFit Games.
The Rogue Invitational was won by defending World Champion Justin Medeiros in the men’s field.
CrossFit is promoted as both a physical exercise philosophy and a competitive fitness sport. It incorporates elements from high-intensity interval training, Olympic weightlifting, plyometrics, power lifting, gymnastics, kettlebell lifting, calisthenics, strongman, and other exercises.
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