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04.02.13
Winning the Games. Eventually.
Buddy Hitchcock beat Jason Khalipa and Neal Maddox on 13.2. Now he wants more. Top photo courtesy of John Hitchcock III. Above photo courtesy of Frank Sabala. Buddy Hitchcock might...
04.02.13
From Ecuador to CrossFit Equator: Nelson Loaiza's Story
"It took me traveling to the other side of the world to start working on myself. It was destiny." Photos courtesy of Nelson Loaiza   Born in Ecuador, South America, I came to...
04.01.13
Director of the CrossFit Games Dave Castro, Director of Media Tony Budding and CrossFitters from all over the world talk about why the Open is a significant part of the competition and of CrossFit.
04.01.13
The New Girl's Max Greenfield Takes on the Open
“Look, I am kind of obsessed. People at work are so sick of hearing about it. If someone asks me a question about CrossFit in the makeup trailer I have to announce to the cast that I am only...
04.01.13
Individual, Masters or Team?
Chris Dozois is at the top of the Leaderboard in both the Individual and Masters 40-44 Division. The Front Range CrossFit athlete now has to decide to go Individual, Team or Masters.    ...
04.01.13
The Bourdons: A CrossFit Family
"Seeing them do what they do makes me believe CrossFit is for life. They will be doing this forever, and so will I."       Photos by: Zach Brown Lindsay and Allison Bourdon have always...
04.01.13
All Aboard: Luis Freile
"We don't have barbells on the ship, so it makes it difficult to do Olympic lifting, but I compensate by using dumbbells when I train."   Photos courtesy of Luis Freile Athletes...
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: Africa
It's been a week of change and surprise in the Africa Region.   It’s been a week of change and surprise on the Africa Region Leaderboard, especially when it comes to the top men. Workout...
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: Mid Atlantic
Week four of the CrossFit Games Open brought a seven-minute AMRAP of clean and jerks and toes-to-bar.   Week four of the CrossFit Games Open competition brought a seven-minute AMRAP of...
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: South Central
The dust is starting to settle on the South Central's top athletes.   With one week remaining of the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games Open, the dust is starting to settle on South Central’s...
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: South East
"It is super impressive to see some of the numbers being posted this year because everyone is getting better and better every year, and I can only imagine where the sport is heading."  ...
04.01.13
The Natural: Daniel Petro
"I found out pretty quickly that I might have found something I could eventually do at the top level of the sport."   Photos by: Mary Freeland Not many people who do Murph as their first...
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: Latin America
Easter weekend is one of the most important traditions among those in Latin America. To the CrossFitters in Latin America, though, Easter brought clean and jerks and toes-to-bar.  ...
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: Canada East
Week four in Canada East saw the return of the strongman.   Week four in Canada East saw the return of the strongman. Charles Felx Leduc, who won 13.1 in the region, used another high-...
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: Canada West
For the third week in a row, the same two men are in first and second in Canada West.   For the third week in a row, Mark Cassibo and Joe Scali are first and second in Canada West....
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: South West
Open Workout 13.4 is in the books.   “13.4 in the books,” Chris Dozois says. “That was more of a sprint than I thought it would be — which is great for me. One-hundred eighteen, and I...
04.01.13
Week Four in Review: Asia
Open Workout 13.4 was a short, sharp and sweet seven minutes featuring quintessential CrossFit equipment: a barbell and a pull-up bar.   Described by many as a beautiful combination of...
04.01.13
River North CrossFit: Big Team on the Block
“Some people get so intimidated, but what they need to know is that CrossFit can be for everyone." Photos courtesy of Katie Werchek In 2012, River North CrossFit was less than a year...

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