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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...
04.04.12
Kevin Bowles: Never Enough
“Too Small.” “Lacking coordination.” “Too slow.” Kevin Bowles has heard all of these, yet he finds himself 10th in the Canada East Region after the 2012 Open. His love of training and teaching got...
04.04.12
A Grandmother Returns to the Games
How many 51-year-old grandmothers do you know who can say they are going to the CrossFit Games, for the second time?  If you want to find one, look no further than the Mid Atlantic Region. There,...
04.04.12
Top-4 Despite Flu: Wanda Brenton
"I am so proud to be an owner of a CrossFit box and see so many amazing things and see how it changes so many people’s lives.” “I thought the Open was great. I think there was a good mix of...
04.04.12
Never Enough: Angie and Alicia
"Have you ever said, 'OK, that's it, I'm fit enough'? Not in CrossFit," Pye says. Angie Pye in the 2011 CrossFit Games "Killer Kage" Event   Alicia Connors at the 2011 Canada West...
04.04.12
Eric Botsford
During the six months he's not jumping out of helicopters in isolated frontiers like the arctic tundra of Alaska, he is training and coaching with his wife at his box. Eric...
04.04.12
A CrossFit Behemoth
I don't think I "re-wrote the rulebook" because I don't believe one ever existed. I just focused on what I could control and let the rest work itself out.    Mental strength in the face...
04.03.12
Owner First, Athlete Second
"The main purpose is to give it your best. That’s the only thing that can really make you proud.” This is the story of Melanie Martillo, who got hooked on CrossFit in an...
04.03.12
Tiago Lopes: No Longer Shy
​A Dark Horse Makes a Name for Himself Another dark horse breaks into the top of the Latin America Leaderboard in the CrossFit Games Open. Tiago Lopes from Sao Paulo, Brazil is in 5th place in the...
04.03.12
A Speed Bump on the Road to the Open
This year’s Open competition was a year-and-a-half in the making for me. I missed the 2011 Open and I wasn’t about to miss this year’s competition.  In October 2010, I injured my back while working...
04.03.12
A Teen Makes Regionals: Kirk Gibson
Last year at this time, Kirk Gibson was getting ready to graduate from high school and choosing a college. One year later, this 19-year-old is packing his bags for the South East Regional. Gibson...
04.03.12
Thoughts on the Open
In 2011, the CrossFit Games Open debuted. More than 26,000 athletes signed up to compete in the first event of its kind – a worldwide, virtual test in the Sport of Fitness. As impressive as last...
04.03.12
Join hosts Rory McKernan, Miranda Oldroyd and Pat Sherwood as they visit Diablo CrossFit in Pleasant Hill, Calif. McKernan interviews Biggest Loser trainer, Bob Harper. 
04.03.12
Tarasa Barnett: Back to the Games?
Tarasa Barnett showed up in the Republic of Panama for the 2011 Latin America Regional in a calm, somewhat reserved and very classy manner. But when Event 1 began that Friday morning, there was...
04.03.12
Michelle Crawford: Becoming Unstoppable
Within the pool of CrossFit Games Open athletes, we have seen amazing performances from relative unknowns who are brand new to CrossFit. Some have been flashes in the pan, others have come on strong...
04.03.12
Learning When to Let Go: David Millar
"Everyone loves a winner but it's important to have balance in your life."   Sometimes all that separates the good from the great is the willingness to hold on--to fight for a few more...

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