Garret Fisher was just 22 when he qualified for his first CrossFit Games appearance in 2013, yet he already had seven years of CrossFit experience: he started CrossFit in 2007 at 15 to improve his fitness for baseball. In 2013, he became an overnight celebrity after taking fifth in his rookie Games performance, fans taking note of his imperturbably coiffed hair, and after the season was done, became rapper Rick Ross’ personal trainer. After a two-year gap in which he failed to qualify for the Games again, he returned to take a 20th-place finish in 2016, and a 13th-place in 2017. Fisher currently serves on the CrossFit Level 1 Seminar Staff.
|Year||Division||Rank Worldwide||Rank by Region||Rank By Country|
|2017||Men||96th||7th Southern California||58th United States|
|2016||Individual Men||176th||5th||122nd United States|
|2015||Individual Men||66th||10th||50th United States|
Back Squat 506 lb Clean and Jerk 385 lb Snatch 319 lb Deadlift 554 lb Fight Gone Bad -- Max Pull-ups --
Fran 2:09 Grace -- Helen -- Filthy 50 -- Sprint 400m 0:55 Run 5k --