THE STONES (PART 2)
Time Cap: 15 minutes
The team starts lying prone behind the baseline, hands on sandbags. On GO the team proceeds to the sandworm, where they complete 30 ground to overhead reps. The worm weighs approximately 150kg. The rep is counted when the worm is on the opposite shoulder, and all six athletes are standing with hips and knees locked out. The worm must rest on the shoulder before returning to the ground.
Teams have 5 minutes to complete the worm GTOH reps. If they complete the reps within this time, they move on to the next stage as soon as they finish and win more time for the rest of the event. If the team doesn’t complete the 30 GTOH reps within the 5 minute time cap, they move on to the next stage when 5 minutes have passed.
Once the 30 sandworm reps have been completed or the 5 minute time cap is reached, teams move on to the rope, where they must complete 20 short rope climbs. The athletes must stay in the following order: M1, F1, M2, F2, M3, F3. Each athlete can complete as many reps as they want when it is their turn. The rope climb rep is counted with a full palm contact on the top beam. The athlete must show control on the descent.
Teams have until the clock reaches 10 minutes to complete the rope climbs (including the 5 minutes used for the sandworm GTOH reps). If they complete the 20 rope climbs within this time, they move on to the final stage as soon as they finish. It the team doesn’t complete the reps within this time, they move on to the next stage when 10 minutes have passed from the start of this event.
Once the 24 rope climbs have been completed or the 10 minute time cap is reached, teams move on to the atlas stones. There are four atlas stones: two for females (52kg and 66kg) and two for males (77kg and 97kg). One lift to shoulder must be completed at each weight in turn, moving from the lightest stone to the heaviest stone: the lifts go In this order: 52kg, 66kg, 77kg, 97kg. Females can only lift the first two stones, males can only lift the last two stones. As before, the working athlete must show full extension when the atlas stone is at the shoulder. The stone must be dropped in front, and the next athlete may not touch their atlas stone until the previous stone is back on the floor. There is no obligation for all athletes to attempt a lift. A rep is scored for every lift completed until 15 minutes have passed from the start of the event.
The score for this workout is the combined total reps: the sandworm reps, plus rope climbs, plus atlas stone reps.