When 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games rookie Alexis Johnson started CrossFit in 2013, it was to turn her life around after battling an eating disorder that left her weighing 88 lb. After just one year, not only did she regain her health, but she qualified for the 2014 South Central Regional. After two top-12 regional performances in 2014 and 2015, the former gymnast and current Ph.D. student (algebraic geometry at Rice University) and AllSport CrossFit trainer made her CrossFit Games debut in 2016 with a 31st-place finish.

Year Division Rank Worldwide Rank by Region Rank By Country
2022 Women 129th 67th North America 57th United States
2021 Women 225th 124th North America 102nd United States
2020 Women 40th -- 16th United States
2019 Women 19th -- 9th United States
2018 Women 32nd 2nd South Central 17th United States
2017 Women 30th 2nd South Central 19th United States
2016 Women 9th 1st South Central --
2015 Women 29th 2nd South Central --
2014 Women 211th 13th South Central --
2013 Women 6316th 420th Central East --
Individual Quarterfinals
Year Division Rank Continent
2021 Women 84th North America
Team Quarterfinals
Year Division Rank Continent Team Name
2022 Team 3rd North America CrossFit Mayhem Independence
Year Division Rank Semifinal Team
2022 Team 1st Mid-Atlantic CrossFit Challenge CrossFit Mayhem Independence
2021 Women 7th CrossFit Atlas Games --
2021 Women 17th Last-Chance Qualifier --
Year Division Rank Regional
2018 Women 11th South
2017 Women 5th South
2016 Individual Women 3rd South Regional
2015 Individual Women 11th South Regional
2014 Individual Women 12th South Central
Year Division Rank Team
2022 Team 5th CrossFit Mayhem Independence
2019 Team 6th Don't Stop
2017 Women 33rd --
2016 Individual Women 31st --
Benchmark Stats
  • Back Squat 280 lb
    Clean and Jerk 227 lb
    Snatch 175 lb
    Deadlift 342 lb
    Fight Gone Bad 440
    Max Pull-ups --
  • Fran --
    Grace 1:16
    Helen 7:51
    Filthy 50 --
    Sprint 400m 1:15
    Run 5k --
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