2022 USAFF Masters Online Qualifier
USA Functional Fitness would like to invite all Masters Athletes (30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, and 65+) to participate in the USAFF online qualifier to earn a spot to represent the United States at the International Functional Fitness Federation’s Masters World Championships taking place November 18-20, 2022 in Aruba!
The USA Functional Fitness Masters online registration is open until May 23, 2022. In order to limit the number of qualifiers that athletes need to complete, USAFF will use the following workouts from the CrossFit (CF) Age Group Quarterfinals (AGQ) as part of your score:
Endurance Test: Age Group Quarterfinals Workout 5
Strength Test: Age Group Quarterfinals Workout 4
Bodyweight Test: Age Group Quarterfinals Workout 3
Mixed Test: Age Group Quarterfinals Workout 2
If you completed the AGQ, you simply need to register for the USAFF Masters Qualifier and input your existing scores.
If you did not register for the CF AGQ, you will have 3 weeks to complete all 4 tests and submit your scores and videos.
Video standards listed on the AGQ website will have the same requirements for video submissions.
- Unverified scores will be posted publicly at the time of submission.
- It is the responsibility of each athlete to ensure video standards and movement standards are met, as scores may be adjusted and penalties applied accordingly.
- Videos will be reviewed and scores will be verified by USAFF after completion of the USAFF Masters Qualifier.
- All scores will be reviewed and verified no later than June 12, 2022.
Register Here 2022 USAFF Masters Online Qualifier
The top three male and female athletes in each age group will qualify to represent the USAFF at the Masters World Championships in Aruba.
The first round of invitations will be sent out electronically after online qualifier scores are validated. Qualifying athletes will have until June 26, 2022 to secure their spot for the event. A second round of invites will be sent if/when initially invited athletes decline their spot for the Masters World Championships. Any unclaimed spots for the Masters World Championships can then be awarded via at-large invitation.
Athletes who decide to travel to compete at the World Championships, will be required to meet the vaccination requirements as they have been identified by the country of Aruba.