Mathew Fraser

  • CrossFit
    OPEN
    4
  • CrossFit
    Regionals
    4
  • CrossFit
    Games
    3

Mathew Fraser earned the title of Fittest Man on Earth at the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games. The victory was three years in the making, after he took back-to-back second-place finishes in 2014 and 2015. In 2014, Fraser’s debut Games appearance, he became the first man to seriously challenge Rich Froning—who had won the previous three CrossFit Games—for the title, earning the Rookie of the Year award for his efforts. Known for his hatred of second place, Fraser was unsatisfied with his consecutive silver finishes, and though he won the worldwide Open in 2015, it wasn’t until he stood atop the podium in 2016 that he showed signs of celebration. A former U.S. Olympic Weightlifting team hopeful sidelined by injury, Fraser has been a CrossFit athlete since 2012.

Stats
Open
Year Overall Rank (Worldwide) Overall Rank (By Region) Overall Rank (By State)
2016 7th 1st East Regional 1st Vermont
2015 1st 1st East Regional 1st Massachusetts
2014 7th 1st North East No results to show yet
2013 192nd 20th North East No results to show yet
Regionals
Year Overall Rank Division Regional Name
2016 1st Individual Men East Regional
2015 1st Individual Men East Regional
2014 1st Individual Men North East
2013 5th Individual Men North East
Games
Year Overall Rank Division Team Name
2016 1st Individual Men
2015 2nd Individual Men
2014 2nd Individual Men
Benchmark Stats
  • Back Squat 485 lb
    Clean and Jerk 375 lb
    Snatch 315 lb
    Deadlift 500 lb
    Fight Gone Bad --
    Max Pull-ups 50
  • Fran 2:07
    Grace 1:18
    Helen --
    Filthy 50 --
    Sprint 400m --
    Run 5k --