The Europe CrossFit Regionals are slowly turning into the Annie Thorisdottir show, with the 2011 Games champion winning every single event so far.
Thorisdottir has been in devastating form, equalizing and breaking world records in the first two events, before finishing minutes ahead of all competitors in workout four.
She is the clear leader in the women’s division, four points ahead of Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir who has finished in second spot in all four workouts. Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir rounds out the top three.
The men’s division is a little bit tighter with four athletes battling it out for the three qualifying spots. Former professional judo star Lacee Kovacs leads the field, seven points ahead of Frederik Aegidius. Crowd favourite Mikko Aronpää, who finished 34th at the Games last year, and Númi Snær Katrínarson are close behind in third and fourth place.
CrossFit Reykjavík is dominating the teams division after winning three of the four events. CrossFit Sport and Team Butchers Lab round out the top three.
Here are how the leaderboards stand heading into the final day of competition: