Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir: Is a Crossfitter from Iceland who is known to be the two times woman's champion (2015, 2016) in the Crossfit Games. Katrin Started doing crossfit at the age of 18 and came to the sport after having done gymnastics for 10 years and track and field sports. All images/ Instagram
Christmas Abbott: A lady with health problems like allergies and asthma, Christmas was also a rebelious teenager who drank and smoked. After she tried to join the Army when she was 18 and was rejected, Christmas' decided to party away her life. It was at the age of 22, when she was shipped of to Iraq as a private contractor did she find a structured life that had her working out in a Crossfit-like fashion. When she came back in 2007, Abbott continued her immersion in the sport. So much so that she ended up competing in the Crossfit Games. Today, Christmas Abbott has her our Crossfit box and is the author of the book 'The Badass Body Diet'
Brooke Wells: A two-time individual games athelete, Brooke Wells made her mark when she won the 2015 Crossfit Games Regionals at 19. It was her first regional appearnace and her win was unexpected. In 2016 she had a top 5 finish and one event win. Brooke Wells is a student of the University of Missouri and is currently a trainer in a CrossFit box in Columbia
Jackie Perez: Is an extremely well-known personality in the fitness community. Labelled the "2nd fittest body" on the women's side of the "Top 20 Fittest Bodies of CrossFit 2014", Jackie Perez is a beautiful and oh-so-strong!
Camille Leblanc-Bazinet: Is one of Crossfit's most enduring atheletes and won the title of Fittest Woman on Earth in 2014. A seven-year individual athelete, Camille Leblanc-Bazinet has finished in the top 10 in four Games. A former gymnast, with a degree in chemical Engineering, Camille currently serves on the CrossFit Level 1 Seminar Staff
Lindy Barber: A lady who came back after having scoliosis, spina bifida and a fractured L5 vertebrae, Lindy Barber has qualified for the CrossFit games twice as an individual and currently takes part in team events
Ragnheiour Sara Sigmundsdottir has competed at the CrossFit Games twice and finished on the podium both times. She has come painfully close to winning the fittest woman in the world title but has lost on two occasions. Sara is known for her love for pizza and is currently a Crossfit trainer in Iceland
Stacie Tovar: Is a 6 time CrossFit Games Competitor and the 11th Fittest Woman on Earth in 2015. She is also the winner of 2014 CrossFit Team Series and says she wants to redefine strength as beautiful
Julie Foucher: Is a Crossfit athlete and a doctor. She completed Crossfit Games four times and is known to be one of the most sucessful women in the sport. Currently Foucher is a medical student at the Cleveland Clinic and is studing to become a primary care physician. She says, initially she was not interested in Crossfit, but soon her attention towards fitness, nutrition and exercise became such a big part of her life that she chose to focus on preventing disease rather than being the last resort for the ailing
Alexandra LaChance: Was a high level gymnast who was a NCAA All American. She started CrossFit after finishing college and was hooked. With a killer body, gorgeous looks and of followers on Instagram, Alexandra is definitely a CrossFit athelete to watch out for
Celia Gabbiani: Is a French National and was briefly a professional swimmer. She says that once she discovered Crossfit, there was no looking back
Lauren Fisher: One of Crossfit's youngest competitors, Lauren Fisher is a four-time Crossfit games veteran. She started doing Crossfit in 2008 at the age of 14 to improve her basketball game and soon it became an integral part of her life. Lauren Fisher to the left in the black and pink bikini
Becca Day: A CrossFit athelete who is currently a part of the CrossFit Dynamix team, Becca Day is known to have broken a number of stereotypes about women and beauty
Elisabeth Akinwale: A four-time CrossFit athlete, Elizabeth has beaten the odds. She was 35-years-old, a single mom and had several injuries including bad knees and a niggling shoulder injury. But she fought back, beat the odds and placed second in the Chicago regionals. She is known for qualifying for the CrossFit games after only 6 months of training. She was a national level weightlifter before she found CrossFit
Jessica Cote Beaudoin: This beauty from Canada is currently a part of the CrossFit Games in team events
Danielle Sidell: A woman Army officer, was know for being disqualified feom the Open Workouts in 2013. While serving with the Army’s National Guard in Fort Lee, Danielle completed the 13.2 open workout in full Army fatigues. And in just 10 minutes, she totaled 420 reps (14 rounds) of 5 shoulder to overhead at 75-lb., 10 deadlifts at 75-lb., and 15 box jumps to a 20-in. box. Her score beat the next best woman in the world by 31 reps. It was eventually ruled that she did not cheat, but her last 10 box jumps were not as per CrossFit Games standards. Sidell came back to the games in 2013
Jamie Greene: Is a former gymnast and rugby player. She shot onto the CrossFit games scene after winning the 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games Open as a rookie. Always placing within the top 12 athletes in the games, Jamie Greene has had three third-place finishes
Tia Clair Toomey: A queensland native is the reigning Fittest Women on Earth. She rocked the world of CrossFit after she placed second in the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games as a rookie. She also won the title of Rookie of the year. A track anf field athelete, Tia is a top-ranked female weightlifter and qualified for the Summer Olympics at Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. She is now the owner of a Crossfit box in Queensland and is the only athelete to have cometed in the Crossfit Games and Qlympics in the same year
Brooke Ence: A former dancer, Brooke Ence shocked audiences after she qualified for the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games after just her second regional competition. In her rookie year, she qualified with two first-place finishes and finished 14th overall. She is currently a trainer at Santa Cruz in California
Annie Thorisdottir: Also affectionately called Iceland Annie, is a two-time CrossFit Games champion (2011-2012) and seven-time CrossFit Games veteran. She also came in second in the year 2010 and 2014. In 2015 Annie collapsed due to heat stroke and never finished the course. She is known for performing with a smile and her positive attitude is celebrated across the Crossfit community. Annie is a former gymnast and now owns her own crossfit box in Iceland
Jennifer Smith or Jen Smith has been a part of the Crossfit community for the past six years. She used to run track and field and was a pole vaulter as well. She has competed in the Crossfit Games twice as part of team and in 2010 and 2012; she has also participated as an individual in 2013 and 2016
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