16 Things Old School Crossfit Athletes Will Remember

June 09, 2015

1. Chucks before Nanos and Metcons.

2. Ranch in Aromas with burgers, beer, Chris Spealler, & 70 other athletes.

3. Camaraderie between the athletes.

4. The Hopper.

5. 2007 CrossFit Games flier.

6. Athletes had to pound a stake into the ground during the 2009 CrossFit Games.

7. Julie Foucher was a beginner.

8. The uphill sandbag sprint in 2009.

9. Nasty Girls.

10. James Fitzgerald: The Fittest Man on Earth in 2007.

11. In 2009 Games Athletes did handstand push ups strict.

12. Khalipa winning the CrossFit Games in 2008.

13. Mikko Salo came out of nowhere to win in 2009.

14. Becca Voight as a Games Rookie in 2008.

15. Froning couldn't climb a rope and finished 2nd in 2010.

18. Passion.





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