Every CrossFit Games Winner from 2007 to 2017 (All Individuals, Masters, Teams and Teens)

We all know Annie, Rich, Katrin and Mat, but 15 Athletes in total have won The CrossFit Games more than once! 5 of them have won it 3 or more times!

Quick Facts about The CrossFit Games

The Masters category was introduced in 2010.

The Teen division started in 2015.

Shawn Ramirez has won the CrossFit Games as many times as Rich Froning (in non-team competition).

There are 15 Athletes that have won the CrossFit Games more than once.

2010 was the last time a Women from the USA won The Individual Competition.

All the following Athletes have won The CrossFit Games twice or more:

  • Gord Mackinnon
  • Susan Habbe
  • Scott Olson
  • Mary Beth Litsheim (now Mary Beth Prodromides)
  • Shawn Ramirez
  • Rich Froning
  • Annie Thorisdottir
  • Katrin Davidsdottir
  • Mat Fraser
  • Nicholas Paladino
  • Ron Ortiz
  • Will powell
  • Angelo Dicicco
  • Kaela Stephano
  • David Hippensteel

Here are all The Winners From The CrossFit Games (Team, Teen, Masters and Individual)

2007 

  • Men: James Firzgerald (Canada)
  • Women: Jolie Gentry (now Jolie Gentry Machias) (USA)
  • Team: CrossFit Santa Cruz

2008

  • Men: Jason Khalipa (USA)
  • Women: Caity Matter (now Caity Henniger) (USA)
  • Team: CrossFit Oakland (USA)

2009

  • Men: Mikko Salo (Finland)
  • Women: Tanya Wagner (USA)
  • Team: Northwest CrossFit

2010

  • Men: Graham Holberg (USA)
  • Women: Kristin Clever (USA)
  • Team: CrossFit Fort Vancouver (USA)

Masters

  • Masters Men: Brian Curley (USA)
  • Masters Women: Laurie Carver (USA)

2011

  • Men: Rich Froning (USA)
  • Women: Annie Thorisdottir (Iceland)
  • Team: CrossFit New England (USA)

Masters

  • Masters Men 45-49: Scott DeTore (USA)
  • Masters Women 45-49: Susan Habbe (USA)
  • Masters Men 50-54: Gord Mackinnon (Canada)
  • Masters Women 50-54: Mary Beth Litsheim (now Mary Beth Prodomides)
  • Masters Men 55-59: Steve Anderson (USA)
  • Masters Women 55-59: Shelley Noyce (USA)
  • Masters Men 60+: Greg Walker (USA)
  • Masters Women 60+: Betsy Finley (USA)

2012

  • Men: Rich Froning (USA)
  • Women: Annie Thorisdottir (Iceland)
  • Team: Hack’s Pack Ute (USA)

Masters

  • Masters Men 45-49: Gene LaMonica (USA)
  • Masters Women 45-49: Lisa Mikkelsen (USA)
  • Masters Men 50-54: Gord Mackinnon (Canada)
  • Masters Women 50-54: Susan Habbe (USA)
  • Masters Men 55-59: Tim Anderson (USA)
  • Masters Women 55-59: Marnel King (USA)
  • Masters Men 60+: Scott Olson (USA) 
  • Masters Women 60+: Mary Schwing (USA)

2013

  • Men: Rich Froning (USA)
  • Women: Sam Briggs (UK)
  • Team: Hack’s Pack Ute (USA)

Masters

  • Masters Men 40-44: Michael Moseley (USA)
  • Masters Women 40-44: Amanda Allen (Australia)
  • Masters Men 45-49: Ron Ortiz (USA)
  • Masters Women 45-49: Lisa Mikkelsen (USA)
  • Masters Men 50-54: Craig Howard (USA)
  • Masters Women 50-54: Colleen Fahey (USA)
  • Masters Men 55-59: Hilmar Hardarson (ICELAND)
  • Masters Women 55-59: Gabriele Schlicht (USA)
  • Masters Men 60+: Scott Olson (USA)
  • Masters Women 60+: Sharon Lapkoff (USA)

2014

  • Men: Rich Froning (USA)
  • Women: Camille Leblanc-Bazinet (Canada)
  • Team: CrossFit Invictus (USA)

Masters

  • Masters Men 40-44: Shawn Ramirez (USA)
  • Masters Women 40-44: Amanda Allen (Australia)
  • Masters Men 45-49: Jerry Hill (USA)
  • Masters Women 45-49: Kim Holway (USA)
  • Masters Men 50-54: Will Powell (USA)
  • Masters Women 50-54: Mary Beth Litsheim (now Mary Beth Prodromides)
  • Masters Men 55-59: Steve Hamming (USA)
  • Masters Women 55-59: Susan Clarke (Canada)
  • Masters Men 60+: Scott Olson (USA)
  • Masters Women 60+: Karen Wattier (USA)

2015

First year of Teen Athletes

  • Men: Ben Smith (USA)
  • Women: Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir (Iceland)
  • Team: CrossFit Mayhem (USA)

Teenagers

  • Teenage Boys 14-15: Angelo DiCicco (USA)
  • Teenage Girls 14-15: Sydney Sullivan (USA)
  • Teenage Boys 16-17: Nicholas Paladino (USA)
  • Teenage Girls 16-17: Isabella Vallejo (Australia)

Masters

  • Masters Men 40-44: Shawn Ramirez (USA)
  • Masters Women 40-44: Janet Black (USA)
  • Masters Men 45-49: Matthew Swift (Australia)
  • Masters Women 45-49: Kylie Massi (Australia)
  • Masters Men 50-54: Joe Ames (USA)
  • Masters Women 50-54: Cindy Kelley (USA)
  • Masters Men 55-59: Will Powell (USA)
  • Masters Women 55-59: Susan Clarke (Canada)
  • Masters Men 60+: Steve Pollini (USA)
  • Masters Women 60+: Rosaline Glenn (USA)

2016

  • Men: Mat Fraser (USA)
  • Women: Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir (Iceland)
  • Team: CrossFit Mayhem (USA)

Teenagers

  • Teenage Boys 14-15: Vincent Ramirez (USA)
  • Teenage Girls 14-15: Kaela Stephano (USA)
  • Teenage Boys 16-17: Nicholas Paladino (USA)
  • Teenage Girls 16-17: Allison Weiss (USA)

Masters

  • Masters Men 40-44: Shawn Ramirez (USA)
  • Masters Women 40-44: Helen Harding (Australia)
  • Masters Men 45-49: Ron Mathews (USA)
  • Masters Women 45-49: Cheryl Brost (USA)
  • Masters Men 50-54: Ron Ortiz (USA)
  • Masters Women 50-54: Shellie Edington (USA)
  • Masters Men 55-59: Will Powell (USA)
  • Masters Women 55-59: Mary Beth Litsheim (now Mary Beth Prodromides)
  • Masters Men 60+: David Hippensteel (USA)
  • Masters Women 60+: Shaun Havard (USA)

2017

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Men: Mat Fraser (USA)

Women: Tia-Clair Toomey (Australia)

Team: Wasatch CrossFit (USA)

Teenagers

  • Teenage Boys 14-15: Dallin Pepper
  • Teenage Girls 14-15: Chloe Smith
  • Teenage Boys 16-17: Angelo Dicicco
  • Teenage Girls 16-17: Kaela Stephano

Masters

  • Masters Men 35 – 39: Kyle Kasperbauer
  • Masters Women 35 – 39: Stephanie Roy
  • Masters Men 40-44: Shawn Ramirez
  • Masters Women 40-44: Helen Harding
  • Masters Men 45-49: Robert Davis
  • Masters Women 45-49: Cheryl Brost
  • Masters Men 50-54: Kevin Koester
  • Masters Women 50-54: Josee Sarda
  • Masters Men 55-59: Shannon Aiken
  • Masters Women 55-59: Susan Clarke
  • Masters Men 60+: David Hippensteel
  • Masters Women 60+: Patty Failla

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