10 Challenging CrossFit WODs from Sara Sigmundsdottir

Train like a Dottir! 

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The Icelandic native first made a name for herself when, after taking third worldwide in the 2015 Open, she won the 2015 Meridian Regional, outperforming several former Games athletes including two-time champion Annie Thorisdottir. In her debut Games appearance that year, Sigmundsdottir continued to shock and and awe, nearly winning the title but relinquishing it in the final event to finish third. Though fans may have wondered if the lead was a fluke, she proved otherwise with a nearly identical performance in 2016, taking fourth in the Open and once again winning the Meridian Regional and finishing third at the Games, taking seven top-five finishes.

Year Games Regionals Open (worldwide)
2013[8] 39th (Europe) 169th
2014[8] 12th (Europe) 82nd
2015[8] 3rd 1st (Meridian) 17th
2016[8] 3rd 1st (Meridian) 20th
2017[8] 4th 1st (Central) 1st
2018[8] 37th*[a] 3rd (Europe) 20th
Year Games Qualifier Open
2019 20th 1st (Strength in Depth) 1st (world)
1st (Iceland)
2020   1st (Filthy 150)
1st (Dubai)
1st (world)
1st (Iceland)

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