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04.05.13
Tied for third place after four weeks of the Open, Pat Barber and Garret Fisher, both of NorCal CrossFit, go head-to-head in 13.5. 
04.05.13
An Easy Decision: Why Jon Pera Sat Out of 2013
“It sucks being out of the mix, but I knew I had to do it. I'm OK with that. It really wasn't that hard of a decision. I needed to take care of my family first before CrossFit. That'll pay off...
04.05.13
Nothing Comes Easy: Keegan Wolfenden
"I’m a lot more mature as an athlete and don't have any massive holes in my game this time around. I’m looking to finish off the Open strong and then ramp the training up in the lead up to...
04.05.13
Week Five in Review: North Central
Competitors from across North Central gave the final bout of thrusters and chest-to-bar pull-ups everything they had. Now that the final workout is in the books, and the affiliate managers are...
04.05.13
Week Five in Review: North East
With the last Open workout in the books, nearly 75,000 athletes are making the switch from Open competitor to Regional and Games spectator.   The 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games Open has come...
04.05.13
Week Five in Review: North West
Only 4 percent of CrossFitters worldwide were able to extend their 13.5 workout beyond the first four minutes. A mere 33 — only three in the North West — earned the right to continue punishing...
04.05.13
Week Five in Review: Southern California
Fewer than 300 men and 40 women in SoCal made it past 90 reps of thrusters and chest-to-bar pull-ups within the first four minutes of 13.5, and only three SoCal men surpassed the 180-rep mark...
04.05.13
Week Five in Review: NorCal
Last year saw 225-lb. hang cleans and 100-lb. dumbbell snatches. Lifting ladders have been a part of the last two Regional competitions. Will the trends continue or will this year bring...
04.05.13
Week Five in Review: Australia
The final workout of this year’s Open confronted athletes with a chest-to-bar Fran AMRAP, which included the first-ever time bonus in Open history.   The 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games Open...
04.05.13
Week Five in Review: Europe
Fran with a twist — Infinity Fran — whatever name was put to it, 13.5 was a surprise to most and a challenge to all. By the time Dave Castro was ready to announce 13.5, the speculation had...
04.05.13
Week Five in Review: Central East
Arguably, the women of the Central East have the hardest job in CrossFit — they have to keep up with the men of the Central East. And if history has taught us anything, it’s that this doesn’t...
04.05.13
Joy Bruening: Better Than Yesterday
"As the Games evolve and more Masters athletes compete, I think we're going to be amazed at what these athletes can do. The best is yet to come." Photo Credit: Jesse Udom “I love...
04.05.13
Doing the Open One-Handed: Jesse French
"I'm stubborn and I know I have limitations, but they can always be pushed further." Photos by: Karla Parker   Jesse French lost the fingers on his left hand in March 2010. Helping a...
04.05.13
A CrossFit Prodigy: Kevin Evans
Kevin "Prodigy" Evans, at 16, is in first place among male competitors under 18 regionally, and second worldwide. Photos by: Brennan Morton   It's certainly an accomplishment to be...
04.05.13
Living on the Edge: Ben Moore
“One more rep. That’s what gets me through every workout. I set a pace, find a rhythm for myself, and then just try to keep to that. Every single rep counts, especially if you are an athlete...
04.04.13
Frenemies: Chris Patterson and Rob Silver
Rob Silver and Chris Patters are each other's best friend and worst enemy.  Photo by: Christy Levya   Photo by: Chris Walters   Photo by: Cisco Meno   Photo by: Christy Levya   Photo...
04.04.13
Equal Opportunity Fitness
"The 'CrossFit for the masses' approach will continue to forge unprecedented human performance. Keep watching."       At the 2008 CrossFit Games, the overall winner, Jason Khalipa...
04.04.13
The New Kid on the Bubble: Joannie Lebrun
"I am very impressed to see my name in the Leaderboard next to girls that I've looked to as mentors all year long." Photos by: Jean Simon Couturier Joannie Lebrun is on the cusp of...

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