to the 3rd Edition of the Swiss Alpine Battle
qualifier: 3 WODs to be done betwen June 4th and July 4th, 2017
male/male & 35 male/female
Swiss Alpine Battle (SAB) is a team competition open to all
athletes wanting to test their level of fitness at 1300m altitude, in
the heart of the Alps. The final will take place on September
are composed of two members, organized in two divisions: male/female
or male/male. The athletes don’t need to be members of the same
affiliate but they must be able to perform the qualifier WODs
together. The top 35 teams in each division will be earn their
spot to the SAB 2017.
June 4th, we will release all three qualifier workouts.
Athletes will have until July 4th, 2017
at 21:00 CET to complete them and submit their scores. Teams are
allowed to complete the WODs in any order they like.
that wish to qualify for and compete at the SAB must upload a video
link along with each of their workout score submission whether they
train in an affiliate or not.
you train at an affiliate: Your headcoach will certify your score and
the SAB staff will then review your video if you are in the top 35.
We will directly evaluate your video if your score is potentially in
the top 35 of each WOD.
SAB team reserves the right to correct the scores if needed.
do not need to be Swiss or live in Switzerland to participate. The
competition is open to all nationalities and to all athletes training
independently or at an affiliated box.
and Video Submission:
order to validate their scores and to be eligible to compete in the
final event, athletes have to submit a video along with their
make sure the video is valid,
please specify your name, the equipment and the weights used during
the workout (by showing them in the video) and the score at the end
(time or repetitions). It is your responsibility to position the
camera so that we can evaluate all the movements and their standards
correctly as well as a timer.
will be extremely rigorous in reviewing the videos and we expect
athletes to uphold the highest standards in performing movements.
are four possible outcomes in the judging and scoring of online video
Video: The athlete meets the required movement standards on all
repetitions in the workout, and the score they posted is
Their score will be accepted.
with Minor Penalty: Over the course of the video, the athlete
demonstrates 1 to 4 “no-reps” that may be removed from the
final score as required. This penalty is used for video submissions
for which the score needs to be adjusted by fewer than
reps. If the score is posted in the form of a time, the total time to
complete the workout will be adjusted accordingly.
with Major Penalty: Over the course of the video, the athlete
demonstrates 5 or more “no-reps.” In this case, the score may
modified by subtracting 15 percent from the total rep count. If the
score is posted in the form of a time, the total time to complete
workout will be adjusted accordingly.
Over the course of the video, the athlete fails to complete the
workout as required, a significant and unacceptable number of
reps performed are “no-reps” or the video does not contain the
criteria listed in the video submission standards. The athlete’s score
will be rejected. The athlete will have to submit a new video prior
to the score submission deadline to receive a score for this workout.
responsibility to submit a video and score as soon as possible in
order to be able to redo the workout if their
score is not accepted as is. No
late submissions will be accepted.
my registration/ticket transferrable?
your registration is not transferrable.
my registration/ticket refundable?
your registration is not refundable.
more info, visit the Swiss Alpine Battle Website