Sara Sigmundsdottir held her lead over day two of the Filthy 150. The Icelander was 12 points ahead of second place at the end of day one, and has extended that lead to 22 points. The Filthy 150 is taking place in Ireland and is the first of the 2020 season’s CrossFit Sanctionals, with 27 others to follow in the coming months. Of the three workouts on day two, Sigmundsdottir won the second, which included double-under skipping, lunges and thrusters. The winner of each sanctional competition earns a spot at the CrossFit Games. Sigmundsdottir is on 564 points, Kristin Holte of Norway sits in second on 546 and Emma McQuaid of Ireland is in third on 466. View this post on Instagram Does Justin Medeiros have the Games invite spot all sown up? The 20 year old could be making his first appearance at the CrossFit® Games if he can just hang on to the top spot tomorrow. Medeiros currently has a significant 64 point lead over the rest of the field heading in to the third and final day of competition. The top three men after day 2: 1. @justin_medeiros34 (508) 2. @adrianmundwiler (444) 3. @trexpaulson (426) . . @reebokuk @eleiko_uk @noccoireland @geometriktarget #filthy150 #filthyready #sanctionals #sanctionalsstarthere #roadtothegames #intokildare A post shared by CrossFit® Filthy150 (@filthy150) on Nov 23, 2019 at 1:15pm PST In the men’s, the lead switched on Saturday. American Justin Medeiros leap-frogged day one leader Adrian Mundwiler of Switzerland and now sits in first. Tim Paulson entered the top three as Will Moorad dropped to fifth. Medeiros is on 508 points, Mundwiler on 444 and Paulson 426. View this post on Instagram Another event win for The Progrm to bring them up into 1st position. 1. The Program (256) 2. The Athlete Program (242) 3. Team JST Compete (216) . @rxdphotography @reebokuk @eleiko_uk @noccoireland @geometriktarget @theprogrm #filthy150 #filthyready #sanctionals #sanctionalsstarthere #roadtothegames #intokildare A post shared by CrossFit® Filthy150 (@filthy150) on Nov 23, 2019 at 8:51am PST On Sunday, just two workouts remain – a bike and run, and a calorie bike, toes-to-bar and cleans for time. In the team competition, The Athlete Programme and The Progrm sit top two. Romwod Meatsquad entered the top three as Jst Compete dropped from second to fourth. The team competition still has four workouts left, ranging from synchronised box jumps to calorie bikes.