Kyle made his CrossFit Games debut in 2009 as an individual placing 4th in the Rocky Mountain Regional & 39th at the 2009 CrossFit Games at the infamous Ranch while wearing his favorite old school high tops and double cut off tees. 5 workouts in the first day.
In 2010, Kyle took part on team representing CrossFit Omaha at the Reebok CrossFit Games at the Stub Hubb earning a silver medal in the Affiliate Cup at the 2010 Reebok CrossFit Games. (AFFILIATE PODIUM)
2011 Kyle again went team with CrossFit Omaha & this time missing out on podium, earning 19th place.
2012 Kyle returned back to individual ready to prove he can compete with the fittest in earth, beginning a three year dominance over the North Central Region winning 1st place at the Regional in 2012, 2013, & 2014.
2012 was a breakout year for him as an individual as he broke through and earned a prestigious individual podium spot at the 2012 Reebok CrossFit Games; Bronze medal titling him 3rd Fittest Man on Earth. We do want to note, he was 32 at this time. (INDIVIDUAL PODIUM)
2013, after winning 1st place at the North Central back to back, Kyle went on to earn 20th at the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games.
2014, after winning 1st place at the North Central Regional for a third straight year, Kyle went on to earn a 13th placing at the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games.
After an injury requiring surgery sidelined Kyle in 2015 & 2016, while recovering and rehabbing, he also opened up CrossFit Kinesis located on the outskirts of Omaha, Ne. Once completely recovered from shoulder surgery, Kyle returned to CrossFit Games competition, but this time as a Masters athlete in 2017.
2017, Kyle returned back to competition as a Masters athlete if 35 years of age, competing in the Masters 35-39 division. This was a new division, and the first year the division. With a loaded roster of competition from many ex-individual CrossFit Games athlete (Neal Maddox, Chris Spealer, Guido Trinidad), Kyle earned himself a gold medal, 1st place in the division.
2018, Kyle returned back to Masters 35-39 earning himself a back to back 1st place gold medal in the division.
2019-after qualifying for the division of Masters 35-39 at the Reebok CrossFit Games, Kyle had to unfortunately withdrawal due to an injury.
2020-All age group and team at the CrossFit Games are cancelled
2021-Kyle returns back to competition in the 35-39 Masters division, and for a third tine, earns a a 1st place gold medal.
It is worth noting that Kyle Kasperbauer is currently the only athlete in the world to retain a podium position at the CrossFit Games in three different divisions of competition…..Team, Individual, Masters.