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November 16, 2019

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Listen to Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky.

For years, CrossFit, Inc. has worked to expose the various levels of corruption compromising the integrity of America’s public health agencies. Last year, CrossFit demonstrated the foundations for the CDC and NIH had failed to disclose donations from corporations including Coca-Cola and Pepsi, leading to a formal reprimand of both agencies by Congress. Most recently, evidence brought to light by CrossFit appeared in a letter several U.S. representatives wrote to the Office of the Inspector General demanding that it conduct an investigation into the Department of Health and Human Services, the CDC and NIH’s parent agency, for failing to respond to Congress’ inquiries. The evidence demonstrates the long history of the CDC and NIH’s prioritization of industry partnerships over their charter to protect the American public.

Read MoreMembers of Congress, Aided by CrossFit, Call for Investigation Into Government’s Inaction on Conflicts of Interest at HHS

The final workout of the 2020 CrossFit Open was a triplet of muscle-ups, wall balls, and rowing for calories. For the first time in Open history, the final workout didn’t contain thrusters. Athletes were allowed to partition the reps any way they’d like, which introduced a strategic element. Based on performance by country, Spain had the highest percentage of athletes who finished the workout (17 percent) as well as the highest percentage of athletes with at least some muscle-ups (51 percent). Here are some of the key stats from 20.5 from CrossFit Beyond the Whiteboard.

Read MoreOpen Workout 20.5 Analysis

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