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04.10.12
Ready for Anything: Jenny LaBaw
Whatever the workout, she is sure she'll be ready.     For Jenny LaBaw, fitness is not just something to focus on during the CrossFit Games season, but that doesn’t...
04.09.12
Christian Gligo: Another Darkhorse
Christian Gligo is well known inside the CrossFit community of the Republic of Panama where he has been coaching for the past three years in CrossFit Briga. He was only known within the nation’s...
04.09.12
Undersized: Mike Abgarian
“If you stop for a second, your gonna lose, your gonna get passed ... I don’t like to lose.”  In the Open, he locked down two 3rd place scores and a 1st place finish in the Mid Atlantic...
04.09.12
Thankful: Claudette Hilliard
"I didn't know how I got here, I didn't train for this, I didn't set out to do it, but here I am, going to the CrossFit Games. It's crazy." At the end of the 2012 CrossFit Games...
04.09.12
Hungry: Lindsey Smith
"Turning up the volume has definitely increased my confidence in endurance workouts." New to the Central East Region, but not the Leaderboard, Lindsey Smith finds herself in 2nd...
04.07.12
Built Tough: Mike Ford
"People would always stop and ask me what I was training for and my answer was, 'Life.'" Growing up the third of four brothers in the inner city of Boston, Mike Ford had no choice but...
04.06.12
The Andrade Family: CrossFit in their Blood
Ecuador was one of the first countries in the Latin American Region that embraced CrossFit. And the Andrade family is a staple in Ecuador when it comes to CrossFit. It all began with 37-year-old...
04.06.12
CrossFit New England is home of the fittest team on the planet, veteran CrossFit Games competitor Heather Bergeron and 2010 50-plus masters champion Brian Curley. Needless to say, it’s a special...
04.06.12
Last Day to Register for Regionals
Registration for Regionals closes today! TODAY is the last day for Individual athletes and Teams to register for Regional competition. All athletes and teams that plan to compete at Regional...
04.06.12
Never Too Old: Derrick Hill
Derrick Hill is the first South African man to qualify for the Masters Division at the CrossFit Games.  If Derrick Hill was the kind of man who defined himself by his weaknesses, not by his...
04.05.12
Chad Furey: Ready to Travel
Coming into the 2012 Open, Chad Furey's goal was simply to qualify for a Regional berth and help his team, CrossFit Kinetics, make the top 30. After a spectacular Open, Furey finished 7th in Canada...
04.05.12
Adrian Lui on Making the Choice
“I find it very rewarding to put a lot of time and effort into achieving something you didn’t think was possible." Photos by: Chrissie Wu At the close of the Open, Adrian Lui sits fourth...
04.05.12
Ani Wieselmann: The Tough Decision to Compete
Ani Wieselmann is the 15th place female in the Region heading into the Latin America Regional. She was not really planning on signing up for the Open to begin with. “I was reluctant at first,” she...
04.05.12
Training for the Games at Police School
On top of the Canada East during the 2012 Open, Albert-Dominic Larouche isn't resting. While others in his class at the National School of Police find they get enough exercise through the program,...
04.05.12
Transitioning from Hockey to CrossFit
Natalie Cormier has been a multi-sport athlete since she was 4. Her love was hockey, and she played it well. Then, she had a concussion. This was her seventh. Her symptoms returned every time she...
04.05.12
All About Camaraderie: Cliff Lewis
"My best memories at the Games last year were just meeting the great people in the CrossFit community and competitors. I was moved by the sportsmanship of my fellow competitors."...
04.05.12
New from Italy: Stefano Migliorini and Martina Barbaro
     Italy hasn't been known for producing elite CrossFit athletes -- until now.   CrossFit is just in its beginnings in Italy. Despite its world-renowned reputation for soccer, Italy...
04.05.12
Brendan Clarke: Spirit of the Games
Before the 2011 CrossFit Games Open season, the CrossFit world was unacquainted with Brendan Clarke. His performances in the Open certainly made an impression. How could a kid who had hardly set...

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