All Teen and Masters Podium Finishers at the 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games

By now, chances are you’ve heard Tia-Clair Toomey and Mat Fraser have been crowned the 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games individual champion. In case you missed it, check out the individual podium finishers below.

Individual WomenIndividual Men
1. Tia-Clair Toomey1. Mat Fraser
2. Kara Webb2. Brent Fikowski
3. Annie Thorisdottir3. Ricky Garard

 

Teen and Masters

Outside the individual men and women’s competition, the Masters, Teen, and team divisions were equally as exciting, with one Masters (60+) athlete actually saving a drowning fellow competitor during the competition.

Not to mention Shawn Ramirez, a Masters (40-44) athlete, won his fourth consecutive Reebok CrossFit Games title with a come-from-behind. Of all the events, Ramirez highest event finish was fourth, and he took first in three events.

Check out all of the top three podium finishes in every age division below:

Teenage Girls (14-15)Teenage Boys (14-15)
1. Chloe Smith1. Dallin Pepper
2. Devyn Kim2. Amir Fahmy
3. Ellie Kerstetter3. Reece Mitchell

Teenage Girls (16-17)Teenage Boys (16-17)
1. Kaela Stephano1. Angelo Dicicco
2. Haley Adams2. Guilherme Malheiros
3. Filippa Ferm3. Cole Greashaber

 

 

Masters Women (35-39)Masters Men (35-39)
1. Stephanie Roy1. Kyle Kasperbauer
2. Joey Kimdon2. Neal Maddox
3. Rebecca Voigt3. Chris Spealler

Masters Women (40-44)Masters Men (40-44)
1. Helen Harding1. Shawn Ramirez
2. Karen McCadam2. Robbie Perovich
3. Annie Sakamoto3. Yurii Hanson

 

Masters Women (45-49)Masters Men (45-49)
1. Cheryl Brost1. Robert Davis
2. Kylie Massi2. Brent Maier
3. Tonia Osborne3. John Lynch

 

Masters Women (50-54)Masters Men (50-54)
1. Josee Sarda1. Kevin Koester
2. Marion Valkenburg2. Craig Eisman
3. Shellie Edington3. Marco Casali

 

Masters Women (55-59)Masters Men (55-59)
1. Susan Clarke1. Shannon Aiken
2. Mary Beth Prodromides2. Anthony Turski
3. Kelli Dean3. Robert Boshoven

 

Masters Women (60+)Masters Men (60+)
1. Patty Failla1. David Hippensteel
2. Shaun Havard2. Hilmar Hardarson
3. Marcia Yager3. Rodrigo Dominguez

 

Last, but certainly not least, let’s not forget about the upset that the team competitors experienced. Wasatch CrossFit ended up edging out the 2015 and 2016 Games Champions CrossFit Mayhem on the final day to earn the 2017 CrossFit Games Affiliate Cup.

Team

1. Wasatch CrossFit
2. CrossFit Mayhem
3. CrossFit Fort Vancouver


Feature image from @shawn_theram Instagram page. 

Jake Boly

Jake Boly

Jake holds a Master's in Sports Science and a Bachelor's in Exercise Science. Currently, Jake serves as the Fitness and Training Editor at BarBend.

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