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Which Athletes Are Going to the 2021 CrossFit Games? Here’s the Full List

We compiled the full list of all individual athletes heading to the 2021 CrossFit Games, as well as all the Teams, Masters, Teens and Adaptive athletes who have qualified.

We’re less than a month out from Madison, and we now know which athletes are going to the 2021 CrossFit Games at the end of July. With the final spots filled during the Last Chance Qualifier, we finally have the roster of what is shaping up to be one competitive Games.

We also know which Teams, Masters, Teens, and Adaptive athletes will also be heading to Madison, so we put together the full list so you can stay up-to-date.

Note: We will keep this list as updated as possible with any changes due to travel restrictions, injury, or leaderboard updates.

Which Athletes Are Going to the 2021 CrossFit Games: Individual Men

With Mat Fraser out, the field is wide open on the men’s side. For the first time in a while it’s unclear who will be the new Fittest on Earth, but with some of the biggest names in CrossFit vying for the podium it’s bound to be a show.

Justin Medeiros Games 2020Source: Courtesy of CrossFit Inc.
Justin Medeieros is back at the 2021 CrossFit Games.

Here are the 40 men who have qualified for the 2021 CrossFit Games.

Pat VellnerCanada
Brent FikowskiCanada
Jeffrey AdlerCanada
Samuel CournoyerCanada
Alex VigneaultCanada
Jayson HopperUnited States
Scott PanchikUnited States
Justin MedeierosUnited States
Travis MayerUnited States
Zach WattsUnited States
Saxon PanchikUnited States
Chandler SmithUnited States
Tim PaulsonUnited States
Rogelio GamboaUnited States
Colten MertensUnited States
Cole SagerUnited States
Noah OhlsenUnited States
Sean SweeneyUnited States
Will MooradUnited States
Brandon LuckettUnited States
Jonne KoskiFinland
Lazar DukicSerbia
Luka DukicSerbia
Andre HoudetDenmark
Giorgos KaravisGreece
Björgvin Karl GuðmundssonIceland
Adrian MundwilerSwitzerland
Uldis UpenieksLatvia
Sam StewartIreland
Henrik HaapalainenFinland
Royce DunneAustralia
Jay CrouchAustralia
Bayden BrownAustralia
Stas SolodovRussian Federation
Aleksandar IlinRussian Federation
Agustin RichelmeArgentina
Guilherme MalheirosBrazil
Jason SmithSouth Africa
Roman Khreninikov *Russian Federation
Alexandre CaronCanada

* Unable to travel to Madison, Wisconsin

Individual Women

Let’s be honest; on the women’s side there’s only one athlete to beat and that’s Tia-Clair Toomey. The 4x Fittest in Earth is after her fifth Gold medal this year, but that doesn’t mean she won’t have some of the fittest women in the world right on her heels.

Haley Adams RunningSource: Photo Courtesy of CrossFit Inc
Haley Adams is one to watch.

Here are the 40 women who have qualified for the 2021 CrossFit Games.

Carolyne PrevostCanada
Mekenzie RileyUnited States
Baylee RaylUnited States
Emily RolfeCanada
Sydney MichalyshenCanada
Tia-Clair Toomey-OrrAustralia
Haley AdamsUnited States
Brooke WellsUnited States
Amanda BarnhartUnited States
Jessica GriffithUnited States
Arielle LoewenUnited States
Mallory O’BrienUnited States
Emma CaryUnited States
Alessandra PichelliCanada
Caroline ConnersUnited States
Bethany Shadurne **United States
Kari Pearce **United States
Danielle BrandonUnited States
Dani SpeegleUnited States
Regan HuckabyUnited States
Kristin HolteNorway
Jacqueline DahlstromNorway
Katrin DavidsdottirIceland
Emilia LeppanenFinland
Samantha BriggsUnited Kingdom
Emma McquaidIreland
Laura HorvathHungary
Annie ThorisdottirIceland
Gabriela MigalaPoland
Thuridur Erla HelgadottirIceland
Kara SaundersAustralia
Laura CliftonAustralia
Ellie TurnerAustralia
Svetlana KubyshkinaRussian Federation
Seungyeon ChoiRepublic of Korea
Larissa Cunha ***Brazil
Sasha NievasArgentina
Michelle BasnettSouth Africa
Emma TallSweden
Kristi Eramo O’ConnellUnited States

** Not participating due to positive COVID test

*** Disqualified after breaching CrossFit’s drug policy

Team Division

team of athletes cheers during CrossFit eventSource: Courtesy of CrossFit Inc.

As usual, Team Invictus and CrossFit Mayhem Freedom will be the one’s to watch, but with teams travelling in from around the world, it might not be so easy.

UPDATE: Four teams have been disqualified from the CrossFit Games after drug policy breach:

These teams have been invited to backfill the spots:

  • Team CrossFit Reignited Wilmington
  • Team 12 Labours Lions
  • Timberwolf CrossFit
  • Man Made
Invictus Unconquerable ***United States
InvictusUnited States
CrossFit Reignited WilmingtonUnited States
On Track ***United States
CrossFit NordicSweden
Kolesnikov TeamRussia
CrossFit ResurrectionCanada
Ohio BrutesUnited States
Blues City AthleticsUnited States
Team DubaiUnited Arab Emirates
Team KodaUnited States
Backcountry BlackUnited States
Pro1 MontrealCanada
RhapsodyUnited States
Fourmixx BrazilBrazil
Bergen LimitlessNorway
AOD FitnessU.K.
Team Butchers Lab T-BoneDenmark
The Athlete ProgramU.K.
From the PortUnited States
CrossFit Oslo WolfpackNorway
Team CrossFit HolisticSweden
Team CrossFit GenasFrance
CrossFit WestchaseUnited States
Lone Star CrossFitUnited States
Eikestad Mighty OaksSouth Africa
Team 12 Labours LionsUnited States
MoveFastLiftHeavy Crew ***United States
Timberwolf CrossFitUnited States
Ocean State’s Finest ***United States
64 Army GoldNew Zealand
8th Day GymUnited States
Training Think TankUnited States
CrossFit Mayhem FreedomUnited States
OmniaUnited States
I1UvitUnited States
Man MadeUnited States

*** Disqualified for Drug Policy Breach

Which Athletes Are Going to the 2021 CrossFit Games: Masters Men’s Division

35-39 Years

Jan HanakCzech Republic
James HowellUnited States
Tiziano CorrigaItaly
Lewis McMasterIreland
Eder CostaBrazil
Tuomas VainioFinland
Kyle KasperbauerUnited States
Rolo GomezUruguay
Dan Bailey **United States
Adrian ConwayUnited States
James HobartUnited States
Luis PerezMexico
Brandon NolinUnited States
Frantisek HeribanSlovakia
Tomohiro ItayaJapan
Zachary ForrestUnited States
Dustin McWilliamsUnited States
Nick BlochUnited States
Dusty SulonUnited States

** Not participating due to positive COVID test

40-44 Years

Spencer WhiteleyU.K.
Nuno CostaUnited States
Chris ReilUnited States
Brian KunitzerUnited States
Josh PetlowanyUnited States
Heath MoodyUnited States
Alexandre JolivetFrance
Ryan McCarthyNew Zealand
Maxime GuyonFrance
Robby McCordUnited States
Guido TrinidadUnited States
David JohnstonUnited States
Nathan BeveridgeCanada
Chris BeeryUnited States
Daniel FinckCanada
Art HamiltonUnited States
Justin BrownUnited States
Tony KurzUnited States
Eamon CoyneUnited States

45-49 Years

Matt DettmannUnited States
Craig RobinsonCanada
Dustin OwenUnited States
Artur KomorowskiPoland
Mike KernUnited States
Bruce ThomasUnited States
Jason GrubbUnited States
Peter AnderssonSweden
Jason LuukkonenUnited States
David HamelUnited States
Justin LasalaUnited States
Antonio SalaItaly
Giulio SilvinoItaly
Tim DymmelUnited States
Thomas HylandUnited States
Alan BatesUnited States
Ben Plotnicki IIIUnited States
Jeremiah HeadUnited States
Andre KetelsenUnited States
Bob JenningsUnited States

50-54 Years

James GrundlerUnited States
Massunei SilvaBrazil
Darius BoockholdtUnited States
Greg MerkacCanada
Randy LoweUnited States
Steve HartleUnited States
Ben KellyAustralia
Kevin KoesterUnited States
Jeffrey TincherUnited States
Lon AllenUnited States
Bob RuanoUnited States
Bernard LuziItaly
Simon Superman Wilson-StoreyU.K.
Brent MaierUnited States
Matt CiaUnited States
Shannon McKayUnited States
CJ RussoUnited States
Christian BiagiUnited States
Leonardo Wernersbach LimaBrazil
John KimUnited States

55-59 Years

Jeff BaptistaUnited States
Eric CohenUnited States
David PartridgeUnited States
Bruce YoungCanada
Allen DuarteUnited States
Bruce BeatonCanada
Tom FamereeUnited States
Perry SiplonUnited States
Rob BernetUnited States
Stuart SwansonUnited States
Mike CookUnited States
Kirk WilliamsUnited States
Antonio BoldriniItaly
Vincent DiephuisNetherlands
Jim KimbroughUnited States
Ray BissonnetteCanada
Mark HerbickUnited States
Jody ClementsUnited States
Ron OrtizUnited States
Patrick SpragueUnited States

60-64 Years

Dermot ClearyCanada
Alan BoyceUnited States
Konrad KaufmannSwitzerland
Bobby SlatonUnited States
Michael WallUnited States
Mitchell TaylorUnited States
John CroweUnited States
Christian GalyFrance
Rolando GonzalezChile
Will PowellUnited States
Randy LaneUnited States
Gus VandervoortUnited States
Cal CherringtonUnited States
Tim LyonsUnited States
Jeffrey ChristyUnited States
Tom MuhlbeierUnited States
Carl GiuffreUnited States
Craig FeganUnited States
Tim LafromboiseUnited States

65+ Years

Marv VilliardUnited States
Marshal DelkUnited States
Tom SalazarUnited States
Greg ClewisUnited States
David HippensteelUnited States
Ted LegerUnited States
Terry HowardUnited States
Thomas AckermanUnited States
Peter PohlUnited States
Walter Brown RussellUnited States
Ron SatowUnited States
Brett WilsonUnited States
Rodrigo DominguezChile
Ken OgdenUnited States
Clarke HollandUnited States
George KochUnited States
Stephen DemakosUnited States
Donald BrignacUnited States
Jon PerryUnited States

Which Athletes Are Going to the 2021 CrossFit Games: Masters Women’s Division

35-39 Years

Nicole CorrieroCanada
Corrin LemieuxUnited States
Alethea Boon *New Zealand
Jimena DelamerArgentina
Cheryl NassoUnited States
Whitney GelinUnited States
Chelsey HughesUnited States
Kelley JacksonUnited States
Briana GaipaUnited States
Christine AnastarioUnited States
Julia KenyonUnited States
Aneta TuckerCzech Republic
Michelle PalmerUnited States
Amy WearneUnited States
Colleen LehaneUnited States
Lauren GravattUnited States
April PayneUnited States
Christelle El DebsFrance
Kerri LeeUnited States

* Unable to travel to Madison, Wisconsin

40-44 Years

Giulia RoggioItaly
Stefani GrahamUnited States
Svitlana KropyvetsUkraine
Kelly FrielU.K.
Rebecca Voigt MillerUnited States
Ana C. CaldasPortugal
Laura NielsenUnited States
Sonya McMillanUnited States
Rachel GreenUnited States
Alyssa StookeyUnited States
Virginia FinolVenezuela
Stephanie RoyCanada
Kelly MarshallU.K.
Maria GrodemDenmark
Lizzy CarsonUnited States
Sara BlunckUnited States
Delaina SniderCanada
Krystal PetersonUnited States
Autumn SpenceUnited States

45-49 Years

Ulrika AkerlundSweden
Kim PurdyCanada
Gabriela AzevedoBrazil
Karen McCadamUnited States
Filareti XanthoudakiGreece
Janet BlackUnited States
Lynn CassotisUnited States
Annie SakamotoUnited States
Tessa Te KahuNew Zealand
Allison StrnadUnited States
Heather WoodCanada
Ali CrawfordU.K.
Tracy O’ConnellUnited States
Danica RolfeUnited States
Samantha Stevenson-ArcherCanada
Carrie RiegerUnited States
Kelly EdelmannUnited States
Anna QuostGermany
Jessica ManfroUnited States
Jennifer DieterUnited States

50-54 Years

Lajeanna RayUnited States
Maricruz PrietoMexico
Faith HohaiaNew Zealand
Joyanne CooperCanada
Kristi BrownUnited States
Cici FougereUnited States
Elena KulikRussia
Francoise MahierFrance
Carrie SandovalUnited States
Jodie LeaAustralia
Emilia SvanbrinkSweden
Meghan ParksUnited States
Kristi LunnyUnited States
Dee Dee HoffmanUnited States
Marianne HojbjergDenmark
Tia VesserUnited States
Cherianne BenoitUnited States
Cindy HinkleUnited States
Julie RappaportUnited States

55-59 Years

Van GroverUnited States
Lasara MagnaniBrazil
Joanne McCulloughU.K
Lisa FuafivaNew Zealand
Robbie MoylesCanada
Ann Marie HubbardUnited States
April WatkinsUnited States
Karen LundgrenUnited States
Lynne WattU.K.
Rose WallUnited States
Kim StambaughUnited States
Betsy VanderburhUnited States
Charlotte QuanUnited States
Collette CowanUnited States
Judy WilberUnited States
Karen SmithUnited States
Shanna BunceUnited States
Linda ElstunUnited States
Barbara SessaUnited States
Laurie MeschishnickCanada

60-64 Years

Sue LawsonUnited States
Patricia ClaroChile
Lynne KnapmanAustralia
Susanne OlvbackItaly
Bianca WilliamsUnited States
Georgina Jarden *Australia
Patricia FaillaUnited States
Susan ClarkeCanada
Jarka GiangiulioUnited States
Donna MurrenUnited States
Cecile KrippesUnited States
Donna BruceUnited States
Christine LongCanada
Elizabeth ColeUnited States
Litsa OlssonUnited States
Debbie CorwinUnited States
Denise MooreUnited States
Patricia McGillCanada
Pam KusarUnited States

* Unable to travel to Madison, Wisconsin

65+ Years

Sadia PopelnikUnited States
Denise RistowUnited States
Anne NambaUnited States
Consuelo CruzUnited States
Marcia WalkerUnited States
Polly McKinstryUnited States
Marilyn WuestUnited States
Diane TortoraUnited States
Teresa ClementUnited States
Lidia BeerUnited States
Karin GogolskyUnited States
Patty BauerUnited States
Kathy MillerUnited States
Terry CarreyUnited States
Rhonda DessertUnited States
Pia GundSweden
Mary SchwingUnited States
Betty HardinUnited States
Marjorie TaglieriUnited States
Silvana VolpeUnited States

Which Athletes Are Going to the 2021 CrossFit Games: Teen Division

Boys (16-17)

Omri MellerIsrael
Elijah SubionoUnited States
Aaron MerrittUnited States
Hiko O Te Rangi CurtisNew Zealand
Amato Mazzocca **Venezuela
Caleb McClureUnited States
Gabriel WelzelBrazil
Pedro GrecoBrazil
Michel JeanCanada
David BradleyUnited States
Miguel Buzza RooBrazil
Rokkvi GudnasonIceland
Elias SimbuergerAustria
Alexander BlazoUnited States
Evan BakerUnited States
Joaquin DionioUnited States
Gabriel GrebUnited States
Jace Peck ****United States
Nate AckermannUnited States

** Not participating due to positive COVID test

**** Pulled out of CrossFit Games

Boys (14-15)

Yousef DiabJordan
Ka’Eo SubionoUnited States
Ruan CarvalhoBrazil
Edward PeñaVenezuela
Ayrton RisbyAustralia
Ari TomásIceland
Rodrigo CandeiasPortugal
Rafael CandeiasPortugal
Santiago Sanchez-VillarrealCanada
Gustavo PuschBrazil
RJ MestreUnited States
Brode BeckwithUnited States
Harvey RehrigParaguay
Ty JenkinsUnited States
Caden PoulinUnited States
Kaiden MyersUnited States
Nathan KwantUnited States
Isaiah WeberUnited States
Kaiden Hogan 

Girls (16-17)

Aubriana MontplaisirUnited States
Eduarda SouzaBrazil
Molly ChiconeUnited States
Maria Jose VargasColombia
Emma LawsonCanada
Chloe HonakerUnited States
Olivia SulekUnited States
Claire DotyUnited States
Paulina HaroMexico
Maria Livia NascimentoBrazil
Anine Linnea Keen HansenNorway
Claire TruaxUnited States
Hayleigh KanthackUnited States
Caroline WoelfelUnited States
Jadzia Onorati-PhillipsUnited States
Ally BlodgettUnited States
Lais TellesBrazil
Sophia ShaftUnited States
Hanna VanacourUnited States
Rebekah DevineUnited States

Girls (14-15)

Ryleigh WilkeUnited States
Dariana RosalesMexico
Trista SmithUnited States
Lucy McGonigleU.K.
Hannah Martinez ZarazuaMexico
Morgan HicksonUnited States
Anna KremlickovaCzech Republic
Darina NikitenkoPoland
Chiara SilvaU.K.
Delia MoisesUnited States
Hailey RolfeUnited States
Jenna MichelottiUnited States
Rylee BeebeUnited States
Olivia KerstetterUnited States
Emma SimmsUnited States
Bianca MillerUnited States
Emily MeyerUnited States
Delaney WadeUnited States
Lili-Gabrielle DerouledeFrance

Adaptive Divisions

2021 is the first year adaptive athletes have been included within the CrossFit Games, following a trial run during the CrossFit Open, in partnership with the Adaptive Training Academy. As a result of high sign-ups, the top 5 men and women from three of the most competitive adaptive divisions have been invited to the Games.

Adaptive athletesSource: Courtesy of the Adaptive Training Academy / CrossFit Inc.
Courtesy of the Adaptive Training Academy / CrossFit Inc.

Men Upper Extremity

Casey AcreeUnited States
Logan AldridgeUnited States
Xabier Osa MendesSpain
Victor CastroEcuador
Josue MaldonadoUnited States

Women Upper Extremity

Countenceau Anne LaureFrance
Sabrina Daniela LopezSwitzerland
Charlotte CoburnU.K.
Eileen QuinnUnited States
Elizabeth BrideUnited States

Men Lower Extremity

Vinicius AlvesBrazil
Seraphin PerierFrance
Ole Kristian AntonsenNorway
Felipe Maturana InfanteChile
Elliot YoungU.K.

Women Lower Extremity

Natalie BieuleUnited States
Valerie CohenUnited States
Amy BreamUnited States
Sarah RudderUnited States
Beth TannattUnited States

Men Neuromuscular

Sylvania HarrodUnited States
Mijail PedriniUruguay
George Simonds-GoodingU.K.
Jcruz GudinoUnited States
Brett HorcharUnited States

Women Neuromuscular

Alisha DavisUnited States
Letchen Du PlessisSouth Africa
Ebby IsbillUnited States
Rebecca ShingledeckerUnited States
Shannon OgarUnited States

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