Last years West Regionals Winner and two-times CrossFit Games Athlete Carleen Mathews will throw in her entire experience.
With 33years she is one of the oldest in the field and on the competion floor this can be a huge advantage.
Three-time CrossFit Games veteran and avowing hillbilly Emily Abbott finished 2nd in the 2016 West Regionals and won the 2015 and 2016 Canada West Open.
It took him 4 Regionals to finally make it to the Games last year which he finished on an incredible 4th place only 2 points away from his “particular friend” Patrick Vellner.
With only 21years Samuel Kwant is on his 4th Regionals this year. 4th last year he took a 16th place finish in his rookie Games appearance.
The former collegiate football player at the University of Washington is a three-time individual CrossFit Games veteran. You may remember him from the goosebump Open 17.3.
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It will be the 5th in a row Regionals for the 30 year old. 2014 and 15 she made it to the Games and this year the mom of 2 will attack again.
250lb Hang Clean + Jerk (the grunt was completely necessary ). ______________________________________________________________Every 90 seconds, for as long as possible: Hang Clean + Jerk (Females start with 175 lbs and add 5 lbs every set.) ______________________________________________________________#20lbPR #hangcleans #invictusathlete #crossfit #crossfitgames #crossfitmom #blonyxstrong #onamission @cjinvictus @blonyx @mission6nutrition @east_valley_crossfit
Ben “Stone-cold” Stoneberg is a five-time CrossFit Games athlete known for his stoic calm, rarely showing discomfort and sometimes training in silence.