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03.12.12
Week Three in Review: South East
Anyone who hadn’t heard of Emily Bridgers before knows that name now. Bridgers, of CrossFit Decatur, owned Open workout 12.3 with an incredible 534 reps, just missing out on winning worldwide when...
03.12.12
On Her Terms: Caity Matter Henniger
Three months into CrossFit, Bill Henniger signed her up for the 2008 CrossFit Games, saying, "I'm paying, you're going." In 2008, when many of us didn't know anything about CrossFit,...
03.12.12
Week Three in Review: South West
Tiffany Hendrickson and Nick Zambruno sealed 1st on 12.3 with nearly 13 and 14 rounds each.   The third week of the Open competition came and went over the weekend, meaning we are now on...
03.12.12
Week Three in Review: South Central
In contrast to the consistency on the women's Leaderboard, the men's competition shows much more fluctuation in the South Central. In the backs of everyone's minds, the possibility of a...
03.12.12
Week Three in Review: SoCal
Jarrett Perelmutter and Kristan Clever sealed first place on 12.3 with over 14 rounds each.   The Open dawned with two, single modality workouts: 12.1 for the gymnasts, and 12.2 for the...
03.12.12
Week Three in Review: Asia
Singapore's Feng Yi Chew achieved another 1st place finish in Asia, keeping a hold of her overall No. 1 position.  After the single modalities of the first two weeks, many familiar with...
03.12.12
Week Three in Review: Northern California
The 18 minutes with box jumps, push presses, and toes-to-bar tested the physical and mental fortitude of the NorCal athletes. “Three movements with a given time. Do work, don’t stop.” The...
03.12.12
Week Three in Review: Africa
The names at the top of the Leaderboard were still familiar in the Africa Region. After the no frills burpee challenge of workout 12.1, and the technical, but heavy 12.2 snatch workout,...
03.12.12
The Casual Competitor Hits the Road
If there had been an old woman with an oxygen tank there, I would have been too weak to wrestle it away from her. If you take a glance across the Leaderboard, you may notice a...
03.12.12
Week Three in Review: Central East
Once again, Julie Foucher sits comfortably at the top of the Central East Leaderboard after a 12.3 finish of 531 reps. One workout in time does not define fitness. Neither does one...
03.12.12
The Jewell that is Jules Sterling
"That's the beauty of CrossFit--you can do anything you put your mind to."   Open Workout 12.2 had a mixed reception. Some people loved it because it gave them the opportunity to...
03.11.12
Three Down
After Open Workout 12.3 closed, familiar names are still at the top of the Leaderboard.   After two weeks of single modality workouts, Open Workout 12.3 welcomed three movements in a...
03.10.12
A Perennial Threat: CrossFit Altitude
Looking at the CrossFit Altitude roster, you might think the gym is built around competition. After two Open Workouts, the Altitude team is first in Canada East; three members (Jay Rhodes, Jacey...
03.10.12
Hard but Fun: Ana Rosa Galvez
"I like absolutely everything about CrossFit, but if I had to pick one aspect, it would definitely be its people." “I wait for every Wednesday evening, 8 p.m., local Peru time, like...
03.10.12
In 2011, Sean Thomson finished 23rd at the North East Regional. This season he's moved to the Mid Atlantic Region and has put up some impressive early numbers: 142 burpees on 12.1 and 89 snatches on...
03.10.12
Rodrigo Cedeño: From X-Rays to the Open
"My body has changed radically and I’m constantly growing lean muscle mass and shedding body fat."   A Part of a Community There is probably nothing more dream shattering to an...
03.10.12
Chris Hogan: the Unicorn
Chris Hogan has a certain mystique about him. The fact that he very rarely films or times his workouts reflects this. But one thing is for certain, when it comes to competition, Hogan delivers...
03.10.12
Jud Dean on One Committed Year
At the time, Jud Dean thought 2011 would be his final year trying to qualify for the CrossFit Games as an individual. He figured he would focus on his box and his team.   It’s easy to...

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