Laura Horvath Secures Victory in Rogue Invitational 2023 with 780 points in total

We can finally tally up the women’s results in the recently concluded Rogue Invitational 2023. Laura Horvath successfully defended her previously won Rogue Invitational title, scoring an incredible 780 points out of a possible 900.

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Laura Horvath, winner of the 2023 Rogue Invitational in the women’s league

Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr at Rogue Invitational 2023, where she took second place in Texas, with 770 points out of 900 possible. It’s worth noting that this is only ten points less than the winner. We can also look at the third place, where the podium is occupied by the Canadian Emma Lawson, who scored only 650 points.

Toomey-Orr, the top competitor of the 2023 Rogue Invitational winner in the women’s league and a silver medalist

Laura Horvath has been a symbol of consistency at the Dell Diamond stadium. She never finished worse than fifth (except for just one event) and claimed three clean victories in three separate workouts.

Toomey-Orr also finished outside the top five only once. However, Laura Horvath secured one more victory, and that proved enough to clinch the title.


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Laura Horvath might not have won if it wasn’t for the eighth event, where the battle with Emma Cary was literally a game-changer. If not for this competition, Toomey-Orr would have already crossed the finish line in first place.

Laura Horvath beat Emma Cary at the finish line by two hundredths of a second. Laura won the overall standings with a 10-point lead – the largest margin in individual women’s events in recent years.

Toomey-Orr has plenty of time in the offseason to further recover her physical condition after pregnancy. However, the Rogue Invitational 2023 was her personal best preview for next season.

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