Known for his Hulk-like victory scream, Josh Bridges is a four-time CrossFit Games veteran and a CrossFit athlete since 2005. A former collegiate wrestler and U.S. Navy Seal, Bridges has won three of the five regional competitions he’s competed in and finished on or near the podium in three out of his four Games appearances, with a career best finish of second in 2011. Though Bridges devastated fans when he failed to qualify for the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games, he made his comeback in 2016 after retiring from the military, taking a 13th-place finish as the oldest—and at five-foot-five, shortest—individual male at the Games that year. He was 33.

Stats
Open
Year Division Rank Worldwide Rank by Region Rank By Country
2021 Men (35-39) 9588th 25465th North America 22182nd United States
2017 Men 8th 1st Southern California 6th United States
2016 Individual Men 6th 1st 5th United States
2015 Individual Men 13th 3rd 15th United States
2014 Individual Men 71st 8th --
2013 Individual Men 3rd 1st --
2011 Men 2nd 1st Southern California --
Regionals
Year Division Rank Regional
2018 Men 3rd West
2017 Men 1st California
2016 Individual Men 1st California Regional
2015 Individual Men 6th California Regional
2014 Individual Men 2nd Southern California
2013 Individual Men 1st Southern California
Games
Year Division Rank
2018 31st
2017 29th
2016 Individual Men 13th
2014 Individual Men 4th
2013 Individual Men 7th
Benchmark Stats
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