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Madeline Sturt is an Australian CrossFit Games athlete with four consecutive CrossFit Games appearances. Sturt qualified in 2019 through a second-place finish at the Australian CrossFit Championship. She would go on to finish 23rd in the world that year. CountryAustraliaGymCrossfit UrgeCoachAge22Height5′ 2″Weight137 2019 CrossFit Games Season CrossFit Games Finish23rd2019 CrossFit SanctionalsAustralian CrossFit Championship – 2nd2019…… Continue reading Madeline Sturt: 2019 CrossFit Games Athlete
Matt Mcleod is a CrossFit phenom from the 2019 CrossFit Games. After placing 102nd in the 2018 CrossFit Games, Mcleod returned in 2019 to compete in four Sanctional events, win the Down Under CrossFit Championship, place 7th in the world at the 2019 CrossFit Games, and more. CountryAustraliaGymCrossfit CrossaxedCoachAge26Height5′ 5″Weight170 2019 CrossFit Games Season CrossFit…… Continue reading Matt Mcleod: 2019 CrossFit Games Athlete
Dean Linder-Leighton is an Australian CrossFit Games athlete from CrossFit Lion Mode. Linder-Leighton made his first CrossFit Games appearance in 2018, placing 14th in the world. He then made a return to the CrossFit Games in 2019 through the CrossFit Open, and finished in 36th. CountryAustraliaGymCrossFit Lion ModeCoachAge28Height5′ 8″Weight192 2019 CrossFit Games Season CrossFit Games…… Continue reading Dean Linder-Leighton: 2019 CrossFit Games Athlete
Tia-Clair Toomey is an Australian CrossFit Games athlete. Toomey is the first female athlete in the history of the sport to win three CrossFit Games, and did so consecutively. CountryAustraliaGymCrossFit MayhemCoachShane OrrAge26Height5′ 4″Weight127 2019 CrossFit Games Season CrossFit Games Finish1st2019 CrossFit SanctionalsWODAPALOOZA – 1st Rogue Invitational – 1st2019 CrossFit Open Rank6th2019 Qualification MethodNational Champion 2019…… Continue reading Tia-Clair Toomey: Three-Time CrossFit Games Champion