Tia-Clair Toomey

  • CrossFit
  • CrossFit
  • CrossFit
  • CrossFit
  • CrossFit

Queensland native Tia-Clair Toomey rocked the CrossFit world after taking second at the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games as a rookie—after only two years of CrossFit—and earning the distinction of Rookie of the Year. She proved it was no fluke with another second-place finish in 2016. Though her background is in track and field, she became Australia’s top-ranked female weightlifter in 2016, qualifying for the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she snatched 82 kg (180.7 lb.) and clean-and-jerked 107 kg (235.8 lb.) for 14th place in the 58-kg category. Owner of CrossFit Gladstone in Queensland, she is the only CrossFit athlete to have competed in the CrossFit Games and the Olympics in the same year.

Year Division Rank Worldwide Rank by Region Rank By Country
2021 Women 1st 1st Oceania 1st Australia
2020 Women 4th -- 1st Australia
2019 Women 6th -- 1st Australia
2018 Women 12th 3rd Australasia 3rd Australia
2017 Women 18th 2nd Australia 2nd Australia
2016 Individual Women 82nd 6th 5th Australia
2015 Individual Women 63rd 7th 6th Australia
2014 Individual Women 241st 20th --
2013 Individual Women 5954th 403rd --
Individual Quarterfinals
Year Division Rank Continent
2021 Women 1st Oceania
Year Division Rank Semifinal
2021 Women 1st Mid-Atlantic CrossFit Challenge
Year Division Rank Regional
2018 Women 1st Pacific
2017 Women 2nd Pacific
2016 Individual Women 2nd Pacific Regional
2015 Individual Women 3rd Pacific Regional
2014 Individual Women 18th Australia
Year Division Rank
2021 Women 1st
2020 Women 1st
2019 Women 1st
2018 Women 1st
2017 Women 1st
2016 Individual Women 2nd
2015 Individual Women 2nd
Benchmark Stats
  • Back Squat 150 kg
    Clean and Jerk 111 kg
    Snatch 87 kg
    Deadlift 178 kg
    Fight Gone Bad --
    Max Pull-ups 50
  • Fran 2:13
    Grace 1:21
    Helen --
    Filthy 50 --
    Sprint 400m --
    Run 5k --
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