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03.21.12
NorCal athlete, Neal Maddox, completes Workout 12.5, completing 146 reps, the exact same number of reps at the end of the 2011 Open. How do you stack up?
03.21.12
A Dark Horse in Third Place
Juan Cruz Sartori is certainly a contender for the title of “Dark Horse of the Year” in Latin America. Until recently, this innate CrossFit talent had been rather unknown … but not anymore. He began...
03.21.12
Trading Skinny for Strong: Alexa Fourlis
CrossFit is designed to shift the focus from appearance-based measures of fitness to performance.      It’s not easy to raise a healthy, self-confident, teen girl. A recent report by...
03.21.12
CrossFit Games Open Workout 12.5 Announced
It's déjà vu all over again, folks.   The 2012 Reebok CrossFit Games Open Workout 12.5 has been announced. It’s déjà vu all over again, folks. For the second year in a row, the CrossFit...
03.21.12
Oberbeck: The man who beat Trejo
​An Unexpected Victory “When WOD 12.3 came out, the first thing I saw was the 18 minutes. I wouldn’t say 18 minutes is a strength, but pretty much all the exercises were, especially the box...
03.21.12
Highland Games Champ Becomes CrossFit Masters Competitor
Bill Bailey, of Salem, N.H., is 71 years old and has been a CrossFitter for just three months, training out of CrossFit Free. He has a list of athletic accomplishments that would be impressive for...
03.21.12
Competitors from across the United Kingdom answer the question: What do you think of the Open Workouts so far? 
03.21.12
Platform to Runway: Maria Nahri
  When you see Maria Nahri, you don't think “tomboy.” When she was a teen, though, the name applied. Nahri spent her formative years heavily immersed in track and field, training three days per week...
03.21.12
Peter D'Amore on Learning from the Top Down
Peter D'Amore is a seventh-grade teacher, but he considers himself to be a student when it comes to competitive CrossFit. A competitive soccer player in college, D'Amore has “always had a big engine...
03.21.12
Not Just Luck: David Stowe
"I think you got lucky," David Stowe's wife told him after doing well in a local competition. Stowe took that as a challenge. David Stowe was first exposed to CrossFit in the summer of...
03.21.12
Who is Frederik Engelbrecht?
Frederik Engelbrecht has gone from dark horse to serious Games contender. With one week left in the Open, a group of 10 men have established themselves as leaders of the Africa Region’s...
03.21.12
Faster On Land and Water: Hannah Caldas
"CrossFit has changed my swimming altogether. I went from dreaming of a spot on the Portugal Olympic Swim Team to believing it was actually possible." Photos courtesy of Takashi Sato.  ...
03.21.12
Fate, Love, and CrossFit: Dave Buckley
 “I was in so much pain I asked the trainer what it was. He told me CrossFit.”            Sydney, Australia – As the crowd rose to its feet and roared, he raced down the field,...
03.21.12
Week Four in Review: Asia
[The wall balls and double-unders were doable for everybody. The same cannot be said for the 30 muscle-ups. In the penultimate workout of the Open portion of the Games, we saw the second...
03.20.12
As the CrossFit Games have grown, the Regionals have become as competitive as the early CrossFit Games, and retained the Woodstock feel. Wish you’d camped on the hillsides of Aromas, and watched—beer...
03.20.12
Hosts Rory McKernan, Pat Sherwood and Miranda Oldroyd delve into this week's Open Workout results from around the globe. Oldroyd interviews South East competitor Emily Bridgers who is killing it in...
03.20.12
All kinds of CrossFitters from newbs to Games competitors got together for 12.4 at Core CrossFit in Phoenix, Arizona. "It was a lot of fun getting everyone together. To push each other, get to know...

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