One of the younger athletes at the age of 20, Brook Wells is a fierce competitor who works out mostly as a CrossFit affiliate. With an impressive max deadlift of over 400 pounds, Wells shows no mercy in competition. She has been involved with Crossfit for a couple of years but has already made her mark as a promising up and coming star.
Jolie Gentry Macias
A 2007 CrossFit Games champion, the 37-year old Jolie Gentry Macias is known as the first ever fittest woman in the world. She didn’t hear of the sport until 2006 and after her success in 2007, she has participated in consecutive games through 2009. She is currently serving as a police officer in the PD department of Newark, California.
At 32 years of age, Crystal McReynolds is 5’9″ female CrossFit athlete that has been actively involved as a coach and athlete since 2007. Her whole life she has been an active sports participant and enthusiast. CrossFit has changed her life ever since she first started out as an affiliate. She has completed the CrossFit Level 1 certificate course.
On several days a week, hardcore CrossFit athlete Camille Leblanc-Bazinet engages herself in multiple workouts. She has been involved with CrossFit for four (4) years now and weighs/measures all of her food to ensure peak performance. She began working out with her twin but the fiery desire to compete quickly spread to her family.
Emily Bridgers is a 28-year old 5’1″ female CrossFit athlete who follows a strict regimen perhaps except in her diet. She doesn’t measure how much she eats but makes sure that her food choices are nutritionally sound. She trains other people and has been actively involved with CrossFit for over four years.
29-year old Alessandra Pichelli is a CrossFit and GRID Athlete who is actively supported by Reebok, Nutriforce, Amara and Diablo CrossFit. Born and raised in Canada, Pichelli placed 4th in the 2013 CrossFit games. She actively competes with the Diablo CrossFit Anejo team from Northern California.
She started doing CrossFit in 2012 and committed seriously in 201. SHe’s 5’7″ and tips the scales at 164 pounds. Her max lifts are a 240 lb. clean & jerk and a 190 lb. squat. Super impressive stuff from the former basketball player at the University of Windsor.
It only took Elisabeth Akinwale six months to qualify for the 2011 CrossFit Games. She’s been a mainstay in the competition since.