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03.18.13
Week Two in Review: Asia
Ten minutes. Three textbook movements. A whole world of pain. If this year’s Open is to see an archetypal CrossFit workout, then 13.2 has to be it. A tasty triplet of five shoulder to...
03.18.13
Week Two in Review: North East
With half of the reps in this lightweight 10-minute AMRAP consisting of box jumps, athletes mulled over the decision to jump up or step up, many doing the workout twice, and putting both...
03.17.13
Week Two in Review: South West
Whereas 13.1 proved to be an exercise in endurance, 13.2’s trio of shoulder-to-overheads, deadlifts and box jumps illustrated the importance of approach and tactic ...     "As...
03.17.13
Week Two in Review: Africa
If the first two weeks are anything to go by, we can look forward to more solid performances from the old hands on the men’s Leaderboard and to newcomers adding fresh energy and excitement to...
03.17.13
Week Two in Review: Canada West
After two weeks, very little has been settled among Canada West Teams, and the Individual classes are far from decided. Box jumps knocked giants from their perches in Canada West this week....
03.17.13
Week Two in the Books
Two down, three to go.   Two down, three to go. Week two of the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games Open is in the books. One hundred and twelve thousand competitors turned in validated scores...
03.17.13
Ignacio Caviglia: Climbing the Leaderboard
“CrossFit is different from other competitions because in other sports, I have always had a team to rely on, but when you compete in CrossFit, it is all up to you.”   To Ignacio...
03.16.13
Captain America Makes a Comeback
"Being forced to start over again really gave me valuable time to step back and work on my form." At the announcement of 13.1, Chase Ingraham laughed and said to himself, “Of...
03.15.13
To Redo or Not To Redo
Is redoing the workout a bad idea?       Top image by Cheryl Boatman   One of the unique elements of the Open is that you have four days to complete the workout and post your score, and...
03.15.13
Schmarrah McCarthy: As Strong as Possible
This year, Schmarrah McCarthy is stronger and more mentally prepared. Schmarrah McCarthy came to CrossFit with an athletic background from university. She had only been CrossFitting for...
03.15.13
Lofty Goals: CrossFit Never Say Never
“We’ve got so many different individuals, from elite ice hockey players to grandmas, that I think we’re ready for whatever they throw at us."   CrossFit Never Say Never opened on...
03.15.13
LaBawesome Attitude
“I'm Jenny LaBaw, the person, not Jenny LaBaw, the athlete. I am not defined by what I do, but by who I am.” Jenny LaBaw broke her foot, but her nerves are still in one piece. A two...
03.15.13
Beating the Champ: Andye Razmus
Razmus finished 13.2 with 374 reps, 13 more than Thorisdottir.   Andye Razmus sped through the 75-lb. shoulder-to-overhead, deadlifts, and 20-inch box jumps. Midway through 13.2, her...
03.15.13
Becky Conzelman: Warrior Mode
"Our region this year is definitely harder than last year, both at my own gym and the other women that I've seen huge gains and improvements from. So, it's honestly going to be really hard to...
03.15.13
CrossFit Jozi: The Largest Team in Africa
With 109 registered athletes, CrossFit Jozi has earned the title 'Africa's Largest Team.'   With 109 athletes registered for the Open, CrossFit Jozi is Africa’s largest team. This means...
03.15.13
Getting a Number: Mark Dankow
“I wrote out a plan when we first opened CrossFit Future on how to get to the Games. And I am trying my best to reach that goal.” Mark Dankow doesn’t waste time. His strategy on Open...
03.15.13
Behaving: Sam Briggs
A serious knee injury not only took Sam Briggs away from last year's Games season, but forced her to sharpen her self-discipline and mental focus. Now, she's back to prove her fourth-place...
03.14.13
CrossFit Games athletes Gretchen Kittelberger and Christy Phillips talk about their plans for the Open workouts, what they've learned from previous years competing and the mental aspect of tackling...

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