CrossFit Games 2014 – July 25th
Only 7 more days until the CrossFit Games are here….so excited! We will have it on at the gym all day so make some time to come down and watch it with us and the coaches, if you can’t make it down to the gym here is a blog from the CrossFit Games website that will tell you where to tune into to watch the games…
We’re proud to announce the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games will be broadcast each night on ESPN or ESPN2, and streamed all day on ESPN3.
In addition, the fourth annual series of post-production shows, covering the entirety of the CrossFit Games, are scheduled to debut this fall.
Turn on your TV to watch the CrossFit Games on ESPN Friday and Saturday nights—6-7 p.m. PT Friday and 5-7 p.m. PT Saturday—and move over to ESPN2 to watch the final on Sunday evening—5-6 p.m. PT.
All day long, every heat of every event for masters, teams and individuals will be carried on ESPN3, ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network.
ESPN3 is accessible online at WatchESPN.com, on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app and streamed on televisions through Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast (via the WatchESPN app), Roku, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Like the regional coverage, these streams will be complete with commentary from CrossFit experts like 2009 CrossFit Games champion Tanya Wagner and perennial Southern California Regional competitor Bill Grundler.
The same coverage streamed on ESPN3 of the masters and team competitions will be available on Games.CrossFit.com. Fans from outside of the United States will also be able to stream the individual competition directly from the Games site.
Where to Go
Come to Games.CrossFit.com. The complete coverage of masters, teams and individuals will be streamed here for viewers from outside of the United States.
Domestic Viewers (United States)
Go to WatchESPN.com to log in, if your cable package includes ESPN and its related outlets. (See the complete list of ESPN3 Participating Providers.) ESPN3 will offer complete coverage of the masters, teams and individuals for domestic viewers.
If you don’t have access to ESPN3, you will still be able to watch all of the masters and teams on Games.CrossFit.com.
The daily broadcasts on ESPN and all-day online streaming aren’t the only ways to follow the CrossFit Games.
Starting Wednesday night, we will release shows called “The Day at the Games” on Games.CrossFit.com. Hosts Sean Woodland and Rory McKernan, and analysts Pat Sherwood, Caity Henniger and Tommy Marquez, will break down all of the action both on and off the field.
Also on the Games site, you will be able to watch as CrossFit Games Director Dave Castro announces the Games events.