Championship Rules




1.a. LANZAROTE SUMMER CHALLENGE 2024 is an international CrossFit competition. This event has the peculiarity of taking place near the beach, combining all the requirements of a CrossFit competition of the highest level with exercises on sand, mat and water.

The location of this year’s championship will be in three locations: one location of the event will be in the Islote de la Fermina, in Arrecife (Lanzarote), another in the Puerto Deportivo de La Marina and the third in La Playa del Reducto, home of the previous editions, retaking the sensation of feeling the sand under our feet enjoying this wonderful beach. These locations allow us total control in the execution of all the relevant security measures. It is a unique location that gives us the possibility of combining CrossFit events with aquatic events.

The competition will take place on 10 and 11 August 2024.

* The date and venue are subject to the pandemic situation at the time and may be postponed or changed if necessary. In such a case, the organisers will give as much notice as possible.

1.b. There are seven categories, all made up of same-sex teams:

  • Scale Male Pairs: 16 teams.

  • Scale Female Pairs: 16 teams.

  • Intermediate Male Pairs: 16 teams.

  • Intermediate Female Pairs: 16 teams.

  • RX Male Pairs: 16 teams.

  • RX Female Pairs: 16 teams.

  • TEAM MASTER Pairs (Couples in which the sum of the age of the 2 athletes is equal to or greater than 70 years of age): 16 teams.

To clarify the functioning of the last category, a team consisting of two 35 year olds as well as a team consisting of one 20 year old and one 50 year old competitor will be valid.

* Each category requires the registration of at least 8 pairs of competitors in order to take place.

In total there will be 224 competing athletes, 32 judges, 40 volunteers and 30 staff with various tasks, such as technicians, organisers and media.

* The number of qualified athletes may change if the organisation deems it necessary, for example by increasing or decreasing the number of places for those qualified for the on-site phase in one or more categories.

1.c. There will be a qualifying phase from 6 to 19 May, where the registered athletes will have to perform 2 Wods, which can be divided into several parts or obtain more than one score in each of them. The sum of the scores will determine who gets to the finals.

1.d. The final list of qualifiers will be announced on May 22, 2024.




2.a. To participate in the competition each athlete must accept all the rules and regulations, including, without limitation, the acceptance of risk, publicity and rules of the event. The rules are established as a reference, to be applicable during the competition.

2.b. All athletes are required to complete and comply with the appropriate waivers and documentation as directed by CrossFit Lanzarote S.L. Registration must be validated, payment completed and official identification or credentials must be worn during the event where specified.

2.c. All athletes agree to compete in a sportsmanlike manner.

2.d. Actions such as arguing with or inappropriately addressing any representative, sponsor, judge, volunteer or athlete at the event will be considered unsportsmanlike conduct and will be grounds for disqualification from the competition.

2.e. Each competitor must bring their own rope, magnesium, equipment and accessories for MOBILITY. The use of lifts or hooks for the bars, as well as any system that facilitates the execution of the exercise with respect to the other competitors, is not allowed. It is also not allowed to put tape on the bars of the racks.



3.a. All athletes must register online via the link under “Registration” and complete an “Athlete Profile”. It is the athlete’s responsibility to provide current, valid and truthful information, including email address to receive notifications pertaining to the competition.

3.b. There will be a preliminary online qualification phase to be held from 6 to 19 May, where the athletes registered during the registration period (until 12 May) will compete in 2 Wods that will establish the ranking and the list of qualifiers for the final event in August. The final price of this qualifying phase is 35€ per registered couple.

* Registration period for the qualifiers: from 18 March to 12 May.

* Deadline for qualifiers and uploading scores: from 6 to 19 May.

* Deadline for event registration (qualifiers): 22nd to 29th May.

* Competition: 10 and 11 August 2024.

3.c. The payment of the registration fee will be done through the app. The registration will be accepted and the athlete or team will be registered when they receive an e-mail with the confirmation to the e-mail address provided.

3.d. Athletes under 18 years of age must have additional parental consent during online registration, and written parental consent on the day of the competition.

3.e. In the event of not being able to attend the competition, the registration fee will not be refunded once the registration deadlines have closed.

3.f. No changes of athletes in the teams, for whatever reason, will be allowed after the end of the qualifiers.

3.g. The entry fee for the finals is 120 € per pair. Each team must fill in the registration forms in advance.



4.a. The Lanzarote Summer Challenge 2024 will be an outdoor event with unlimited capacity.

4.b. The organisation will broadcast LIVE STREAMING and publications of the entire event on the different broadcasting channels and social networks.

4.c. Each person (athlete or coach) must at all times carry their accreditation and identity document, otherwise access will not be allowed.

4.d. The competition area on the Islote de La Fermina and Puerto Deportivo La Marina will be divided into 5 areas:






In the case of the Beach, athletes should proceed directly to the warm-up area.

* Access to the warm-up area will be allowed one round before, and only after being authorised.



5.a. The competition will take place on the Islote de la Fermina, Puerto Deportivo La Marina, in Arrecife and on the Playa del Reducto.

*Athletes should be aware of the WOD location and times.


On Friday 9th August all athletes must collect their competitor’s bag. The registration process will take place on Friday at the Puerto Deportivo La Marina from 17:00 to 19:00. In case of not being able to attend on Friday, they will have to inform the organisation and register on Saturday morning.

Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th. The event will start at 8:00 a.m. for judges and volunteers, and at 9:00 a.m. for athletes on both days. Saturday will finish at 19:30 and Sunday at 16:30.

* This schedule may be subject to change. The final timetable with the Wods and corresponding order of each athlete will be published one week before the start of the competition at the latest.



6.a. News, notifications and possible changes to these rulebook will be continuously updated on our website, on our Facebook page Summer Challenges and on Instagram @summerchallengelanzarote.

6.b. You can also send your doubts and questions to our email



Lanzarote Summer Challenge reserves the right to use images and videos taken during the competition for publicity and advertising purposes.

Photographs taken during the competition may be used in physical media for signs and posters.

Both the videos and photographs taken during the championship may be used by the organisation on its website, social networks and other electronic media for publicity and advertising purposes.

In compliance with the Spanish Ley Orgánica 3/2018, of 5 December, on Personal Data Protection and guarantee of digital rights, which complements the European General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, any athlete, coach, judge or volunteer who does not wish to appear in images, photographs or videos used by Lanzarote Summer Challenge, can contact by email. Once their identity has been verified, their image will not be used in the championship media and will be deleted if it is being used in electronic media for promotional, advertising or marketing purposes.



The Lanzarote Summer Challenge International Championship is an event where measures are taken to achieve maximum sustainability.

We cover measures related to:

– Energy and facilities.

– Mobility and transport.

– Waste management.

– Environmental pollution.

– Discrimination

– Gender equality.

We encourage participants and the public to comply with the rules established by the event organisers, respecting the environment, using the areas of the event with waste separation containers to reduce the impact of residues.

With the intention of minimising the emission of polluting gases, if participants, volunteers, coaches or members of the public have any doubts or need help with how to get to the event, Lanzarote Summer Challenge recommends the use of the public transport offered by the island, whose timetables can be consulted at:

No racist, homophobic or gender stereotypical behaviour will be allowed. We have an Equality Plan with specific commitments, measures and objectives.