The current Second Fittest Woman on Earth™ Kara Saunders was the only CrossFit® athlete, male or female, to break the 200-rep barrier in the 18.5 Open workout. Saunders, who recently changed her name from
Last weekend, we concluded the final week of this year’s CrossFit® Open workouts. After a week of anticipation, CrossFit HQ has finalized the scores for the 2018 CrossFit Open. After five weeks of
Few men have had the honor of being named the Fittest Man on Earth™, but Jason Khalipa is one of them. The 2008 CrossFit® Games champion has competed at the Games eight times and
For the first time ever, Dave Castro and CrossFit are having CrossFit athletes, fans, and strength athletes from all walks of life vote on a CrossFit Open Workout. Yesterday, Castro announced in a
Well, if you’ve been tuning in every week to the 2018 CrossFit Open live announcements, congratulations, you made it through the stressful highs and lows of anticipation. For those tuning in for the
It’s been a rough couple of years for three-time CrossFit Games athlete Jacob Heppner. Last year, he had to withdraw from the 2017 CrossFit Open after 17.1 due to bursitis in his knee.
Four weeks down, and one to go. So far, the 2018 CrossFit Open workouts could best be described as a series of extreme ups and downs that have helped push a majority of
Can you believe we’re already four weeks into the 2018 CrossFit® Open? Last night, Dave Castro announced CrossFit Open Workout 18.4, which is composed of two descending couplets with a 9-minute time cap.
Every year, the string of five CrossFit Open workouts test an athlete’s tenacity in multiple capacities of strength. The workouts test an athlete’s mental, emotional, and physical capabilities, and sometimes these physical capabilities
Only two weeks remain in the 2018 CrossFit Open, and we’re beginning to get a hint of the top competitors for the 2018 CrossFit season. With the conclusion of the ridiculously tough Open