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07.02.14
In this episode of "Sub-3 Minutes," Sevan Matossian chats with 2014 Central East Regional champion Julie Foucher about medical school, competition and being in the best shape of her life. 
07.02.14
Work Horse: Emily Abbott
“I said, ‘I want to make the CrossFit Games. That’s my dream. How am I going to get there?’” In June of 2013, Emily Abbott emailed Justin Thacker, a coach at The Lab Gym in St...
07.01.14
Conjugate Strong
"We're all conditioned very well, but what truly sets us apart ... is how damn strong we are," Sam Dancer said. Top image courtesy of Armando Delgado. When the 2014 regional events were...
07.01.14
The 2014 North West Regional gave fans what they wanted: suspense. Coming into the regional after a respectable Games debut in which she took 14th place overall, Rory Zambard looked poised to stand...
07.01.14
The Real Deal: Mat Fraser
“I can’t really argue with anyone who says I don’t have the experience. ... I have never been to the Games. Over the last year, I have competed as much as possible to try and get as much...
06.30.14
In this episode of "Sub-3 Minutes," CrossFit Games Director Dave Castro chats with four-time CrossFit Games athlete Camille Leblanc-Bazinet. While Leblanc-Bazinet finishes up her midterm exams in...
06.30.14
Mayer Finds His Mojo
"I've just got to believe in my abilities. I think that's something that I have always struggled with, just believing I am good enough."   One of the first things you may think upon...
06.30.14
Glory in the Golden State
“We feel like we have some unfinished business at the Games.” ~Justin Cotler One year after winning the North East Regional, the team from CrossFit Dynamix in Astoria,...
06.29.14
CrossFit Games Director Dave Castro caught up with three-time CrossFit Games champion Rich Froning via video chat to catch up just weeks before the champ's fifth Games appearance.  
06.29.14
No Fluke: Jordan Troyan
“Working with Jordan is like working with a racecar driver who knows his machine better than anyone. He knows when to burn hot and when to cool it down. ... the most dangerous position to be...
06.28.14
The 2014 Mid Atlantic Regional went down in Fairfax, Virginia, during the third week of regional competition. The region ultimately sent one man and one woman to the CrossFit Games for the sixth...
06.28.14
Tyson Takasaki: No Guarantees
“You train the whole year for this weekend.” Nothing has ever been guaranteed for Tyson Takasaki. In 2011, the Canada West athlete missed qualifying for the CrossFit...
06.27.14
Building a Victory: East Valley CrossFit
“One place is all it takes to make a difference. It motivates you to keep going.”   It’s 7 a.m. on a Saturday and team members of East Valley CrossFit are...
06.27.14
Fátima's Story
"Many ... don't believe they are capable of doing CrossFit. I try to show them that they can." A few months ago, a petite 61-year-old woman named Fátima De Almeida signed up for the...
06.26.14
Owning It
  "She was embarrassed people would know she was a masters competitor, but I encouraged her to own it," Talayna Fortunato said.   After finishing the Open and Masters Qualifier in...
06.26.14
Carson-Bound Craig Kenney Follows His Passion
“My strategy is to more or less trust my training, and try to have fun out there.” ~Craig Kenney on going to the Games  Event 6 was the 2014 regional event few could...
06.25.14
After two weeks of competition in which multiple CrossFit Games veterans failed to qualify, SoCal athletes took the floor at one of the most hotly contested regionals. Favored to win Event 1—a 1-rep-...
06.25.14
The Power of Partnership: Cole Sager and Rory Zambard
“Cole is relatively new to CrossFit, whereas I’ve been doing it for almost nine years. He brings lightness and an overwhelming sense of fun to our training, which sometimes I can lose sight of...

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