The workout is a chipper style one involving metabolic conditioning, gymnastics and weightlifting movements. The fittest athletes will come out on top by proving their fitness and completing a high skill gymnastics movement the muscle up while under fatigue. To watch the announcement and live throw-down between Scott Panchik and Josh Bridges, click here: http://games.crossfit.com/video/open-announcement-144-archived-footage Complete as many rounds and repetitions as possible in 14 minutes of: 60-calorie row 50 toes-to-bars 40 wall-ball shots, 14/20 lb. 30 cleans, 95/135 lb. 20 muscle-ups Notes This workout begins seated on the rower with the monitor set to zero calories. At the call of "3-2-1...Go," the athlete will grab the handle and begin rowing. If you finish the 20 muscle-ups and return to the rower, you must reset the monitor to zero before rowing. Your score will be the total number of repetitions completed before the 14-minute time cap. You will enter your result by the total number of reps completed plus your tiebreak time (see below). Special Tiebreak In this workout, we are using a special tiebreak method. At the end of the set of cleans and the set of muscle-ups, time should be marked. When you submit your final result, your score will be the number of reps completed. There will be another field in which you will enter the elapsed time at which you completed the 30 cleans or the 20 muscle- ups, whichever was last. If you do not get through the 30 cleans you will not have a tiebreak time. For example, a male athlete finishes all the reps up to and including 10 calories of rowing in his second round, for a total of 210 reps. This is his score. He finished his 30th clean at 10:05, and his 20th muscle-up at 13:10. In this case he will enter 13:10 as his time in the tiebreak field. This athlete would be ranked above someone who got 210 reps and a tiebreak time of 13:20, but below someone with 210 reps and a tiebreak time of 13:00. Note: All tiebreak times must be reported in elapsed time, not in time remaining. If you are using a countdown timer, you must convert to elapsed time before reporting your score. For this reason, it is recommended you set your clock to count up.