A six-year CrossFit Games veteran (14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20), Khan Porter has remained one of Australia’s leading CrossFit athletes since his first regional appearance in 2013, when he took 10th after one year of CrossFit. Known for his playful demeanor, in 2016, he went viral after posting himself dancing to Beyoncé in a tribute to men’s mental health. A former state rugby player and national surf lifesaver— Porter is currently completing a degree in Psychology and co-owns CrossFit Play in New South Wales—Porter’s best Games finish was 24th in 2018.


Year Division Rank Worldwide Rank by Region Rank By Country
2023 Men 672nd 57th Oceania 43rd Australia
2022 Men 71st 5th Oceania 4th Australia
2021 Men 33rd 2nd Oceania 2nd Australia
2020 Men 58th -- 2nd Australia
2019 Men 126th -- 7th Australia
2018 Men 53rd 4th Australasia 3rd Australia
2017 Men 30th 4th Australia 4th Australia
2016 Men 48th 4th Australia --
2015 Men 29th 2nd Australia --
2014 Men 94th 9th Australia --
2013 Men 284th 25th Australia --

Individual Quarterfinals

Year Division Rank Continent
2023 Men 338th Oceania
2021 Men 2nd Oceania

Occupational Games

Year Division Rank Hashtag
2022 Men 46th #collegestudent


Year Division Rank Semifinal Team
2022 Team 1st CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown CrossFit Reykjavík
2021 Men 5th Last-Chance Qualifier --
2021 Men 6th Torian Pro --


Year Division Rank Regional
2018 Men 3rd Pacific
2017 Men 7th Pacific
2016 Individual Men 3rd Pacific Regional
2015 Individual Men 1st Pacific Regional
2014 Individual Men 3rd Australia
2013 Individual Men 10th Australia


Year Division Rank Team
2022 Team 4th CrossFit Reykjavík
2020 Men 26th --
2019 Team 13th Project X
2018 Men 24th --
2016 Individual Men 38th --
2015 Individual Men 33rd --
2014 Individual Men 27th --

Benchmark Stats

  • Back Squat 200 kg
    Clean and Jerk 160 kg
    Snatch 133 kg
    Deadlift 250 kg
    Fight Gone Bad 468
    Max Pull-ups 50
  • Fran 2:01
    Grace 1:10
    Helen --
    Filthy 50 16:40
    Sprint 400m --
    Run 5k 19:31