Can I scale the workouts?

Yes! We now have a new division called BAM. Bam Division (Badass In the Making) :: Athletes that are new to the competition scene or beginners. Needs to do modifications like jumping pull-ups, new to olympic lifting, and needs to modify most of the workouts. We have listed out the standards here.

Where do I go to fundraise?

Visit here to set up your team pages. Find your location, select it, and set up a team page under that event. We reward top fundraising team at every event and you can collect donations online all the way up 9pm the day before the event. 

What do we get with registration?

Tanks (if registered by your event deadline, so check the event page or Facebook page for the deadline. Each team will get a bag full of swag from sponsors, which varies at every event. Swag bags can be full of goodies varying from protein samples, CCS materials, beauty products, sponsor discounts, etc.

How does fundraising impact my score?

Each workout is weighed evenly (23% each) and fundraising is worth 8%. About 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.

What if there is a tie?

Ties on the overall leaderboard will be broken by awarding the team with the highest result in any single workout. If Teams are still tied, the process continues to their next highest single result, and so forth.

I need to switch out a teammate, what do I do?

The team captain can login to their Competition Corner account and make the change. Changes can happen all the way up until event check in, for most events. After your team checks in at the event, you may not switch or sub in teammates. Check out the Competition Corner Help Center Still have questions; just email us.

How do I switch divisions?

You can switch your division NLT 2 weeks prior to the event date. You can login into your Competition Corner account and change it for your team or contact us to make the change for you.

 When are heat times released?

We generally release heat times 48-72 hours before the event.

When does registration close?

Usually events sell out within 1 week of opening registration, so don’t hesitate to register. If the event doesn’t sell out, registration will close 1 week prior to the event date. Every event has a tank top deadline (which is promoted the most in the Facebook event page). You must register AT LEAST 3 weeks prior to the event to receive athlete tanks for your team. Once the deadline passes, you will not receive tanks.

I volunteered and haven’t received any additional information yet?

You’ll get 1-2 emails from the hosting gym’s event coordinator within 10 days before the event. If you haven't received anything, please contact the gym directly.

What kind of sweet prizes do we get if our team wins?

There are NO CASH PRIZES. Our prizes come from our awesome sponsors, and can include goods and discounts, usually each ranging in value from $10-$100 per athlete. Examples may include supplements, small workout-related items (jump ropes, wraps), apparel, log books, and more.

I registered and want a refund.

We do not offer refunds. Event planning and logistics are too complicated to make changes, so please make sure you can attend your event or exchange your team registration at least 14 days in advance.

I don’t go to an affiliate, can I still compete?

Yes, this is open to any athlete from anywhere, don’t have to be affiliated, just come ready to have fun. We just ask you dress for the fun: glitter, tutu’s, and outrageous outfits!

I want to spectate, is there a fee?

This is dependent on the hosting gym. Typically spectators are free for we want everyone you know to come watch you compete at Girls Gone Rx. You can contact the hosting gym to find out specifics for the event.


Questions Concerning Transgender Policy

Girls Gone Rx is committed to ensuring that transgender athletes understand their opportunity to participate in all Girls Gone Rx events under this policy. Any athlete with questions or concerns about this policy should contact us. All athletes may select their gender. Athletes who register in a gender category other than the gender assigned to them at birth, or different than the gender by which they have identified on the registration website, are representing to Girls Gone Rx that:

  • Their gender in their everyday life matches their registration gender.

  • They have obtained civil documents with their registration gender identified. (e.g., state ID or driver’s license).

Athletes who cannot meet the criteria above may provide medical or other evidence satisfactory to Girls Gone Rx establishing that they self-identify as the gender stated in their registration.

Transgender females: Athletes who transition from male to female must satisfy the requirements set forth and meet the following requirements:

  1. Athletes must demonstrate that their total testosterone level in serum has been below 10 nmol/L for at least 12 months prior to their first Girls Gone Rx competition (with the requirement for any longer period to be based on a confidential case-by-case evaluation by Girls Gone Rx, considering whether or not 12 months is a sufficient length of time to minimize any advantage in women’s only competition).

  2. The athlete’s total testosterone level must remain below the 10 nmol/L throughout the period of desired eligibility to compete in the female category.

  3. The information provided by the athlete in above will be reviewed by Girls Gone Rx, which shall determine, in its sole discretion, whether the athlete will be allowed to participate as a female.

  4. Compliance with these requirements may be monitored by Girls Gone Rx through additional serum testing. In the event of non-compliance, the athlete’s eligibility for female competition will be suspended for 12 months. An in-competition report of a serum total testosterone level ≥ 10 nmol/L will, subject to section 6.04, result in the disqualification of the results of that competition and the return of any prize money or awards.

Any athlete registered for a Girls Gone Rx event may challenge the gender classification of an athlete by sending a confidential written request to Girls Gone Rx. That request will be reviewed by Girls Gone Rx in such a manner as it deems appropriate. In the interest of confidentiality, the receipt of the challenge will be acknowledged, but no further information will be provided to the challenging party. Girls Gone Rx may also conduct a review and evaluation of an athlete’s gender classification on its own initiative. Except for the transgender athlete’s right appeal, no other athlete or person shall have any standing to challenge a decision of Girls Gone Rx.

I’m interested in sponsoring, who do I contact?

You can email us directly at info@girlsgonerx.ca. Generally, we want sponsors that will see a direct benefit from their exposure through the Girls Gone Rx, that also mix well with the Girls Gone Rx community. We offer sponsorships for the entire series, as well as individual events.