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03.09.13
  In this installment of the Behind the Scenes series, Sevan Matossian takes his camera off the competition floor to talk to CrossFit staff, judges, volunteers and competitors on the final two days...
03.09.13
Calling All Judges
Anyone who passed the Online Judges Course may vote on video submissions. Read here for instructions.   The CrossFIt Games are off and rolling, and Judges are major contributors...
03.09.13
Unstructured: Chad Furey
"I learned that I can compete with the best when I get my act together." Unstructured does not mean undisciplined.  Chad Furey, who placed 17th at the Canada East Regional in 2012...
03.09.13
Andrew Koch: Always Faithful
“We are Marines. The nation expects us to be fit in all aspects of our lives: mentally fit, morally and ethically fit and physically fit. As Marines, we say that we are the best this nation...
03.09.13
All In: Marcus Hendren
“When I first told my dad I was leaving the farm to try and win the CrossFit Games, he wasn’t pleased at all … he thinks it’s silly and kind of immature … But I don’t feel like that. I feel...
03.09.13
New Zealand's Big Boy: Mahdi Te Heuheu
“In 2012, I came in 22nd in the Open and eighth at Regionals, and once again I was very pleased, as my goal was to be in the top 10. This year, I hope to jump up the ladder again...
03.09.13
The Chans are on an Eternal Pursuit of Excellence
"Competing is not my goal this year, but we are still training every day, anytime, anywhere." Photos courtesy of Matt and Cherie Chan After Matt Chan walked off the podium at the 2012...
03.08.13
Teams of the South East
The Teams of the Dirty South are stacked with some top-notch competitors. The South East is stacked with teams of top-notch competitors who are all eager to pack their...
03.08.13
The Casual Open Competitor Who Qualified: Jessica McNabney
"Giving it your all is really important, but don't forget that the Open, just like CrossFit, is supposed to be fun, too. If it's not fun, you're not doing it right ..."   Jessica...
03.08.13
A New Endeavor: Richard Purvis and Michael Gillum
“After 10 years in military and three tours to Afghanistan, I’m thankful for where I am, and I appreciate it. This is a passion, and it’s nice to be doing a job where we see the difference in...
03.08.13
Common Goals: Paul Gregrow and Taylor Yaffee
“It may sound cliché, but we are opposites when it comes to our strengths, and training together has allowed us to turn our weaknesses into strengths together.” Paul Gregrow and...
03.08.13
One Year In, One Workout Down: Roger Pruger
"For someone who had never snatched 135 lb. before, it was unnerving staring at that bar," Pruger says.   Thirty-two minutes after 13.1 was announced, Roger Pruger started in on the...
03.08.13
Jeremy Meredith: Remembering to Recover
"I'll definitely be keeping unpredictability in mind for my upcoming training." After you win Regionals, what do you do to get better? Jeremy Meredith is resting. For the 2012...
03.08.13
Make sure you're completing the workout and submitting it correctly. Workout 13.1 highlights a few new elements all athletes, judges and Affiliate Managers should be aware of for this workout and the...
03.07.13
Relax, Have Fun, Get Stronger: Kelley Jackson
“The Open is just another workout added to my training program ... My focus is on Regionals, so unless absolutely necessary, there will be no repeats.” Last year, Kelley Jackson from...
03.07.13
Better Than Yesterday: Chris Shimley
"Better than yesterday" is Chris Shimley's motto for this year's Open.   “Throughout my training for the Open, I’ve been saying, ‘Better than yesterday,’” Chris Shimley says. “At the...
03.07.13
Susan Claassen: CrossFit is Good for the Soul
“It (CrossFit) addresses all the physical aspects of optimal health and fitness, while emotionally, it provides you with a great stress release tool. And the social interactions are good for...

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