Top 20 Hottest CrossFit Female Athletes

Crossfit is one of the most physically demanding sports in the world. The athletes push themselves beyond what most people are capable of and put their bodies on the line every time they train or compete. It should come as no surprise then that Crossfit athletes have some of the best physiques in the world.

In our humble opinion, these are 20 of the most body beautiful Crossfit athletes on earth.

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Kayli Phillips

Born in Tennessee, 29-year-old Kayli began her Crossfit career in 2010 and has been competing in Crossfit opens since 2012. As a sponsored athlete and lingerie model, Kayli has built up quite a following in and out of the gym.

Zummer Pagan

Born in 1994 in Puerto Rico, Zummer started out as an accomplished Javelin thrower before transitioning to Crossfit. After coming 18th in 2016, she was crowned ‘fittest in Puerto Rico’ in 2017. She now competes in the USA and will only go from strength to strength In 2019.

Dominique Jacoy

30-year-old Dominique is a CrossFit gym owner and athlete who has competed in the Crossfit Open in 2015/16/17 and 2018. Dominque’s dream is to make it to the Crossfit games and be able to inspire people from all walks of life to go after their dreams.

Marine Lucas

25-year-old Marine, a Crossfit coach at in France, has been climbing up the rankings for the last 2 years, finishing 52nd in France last year. A former consultant for a luxury brand she made the move to focus on Crossfit in 2016 and says she loves how it promotes an image of strong, confident women.

Jackie Perez

This California native was working as a personal trainer before being crushed by her first Crossfit workout, she was instantly in love. Soon after Jackie became a Crossfit coach and started competing herself, placing in the top 15 at regionals on5 occasions. Jackie has personal competition goals but likes working with others and often enters as a team.

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“How do you stay motivated”? This is the most common question I get. Answer: pre-workout 🤣 jk but seriously I am not always motivated. Most days, the last thing I want to do is go running in the morning or take Crossfit and then stay after for Krav when all I want is a glass of 🍾 and the couch. Your actions have to match your words. It’s easy to say you want something. The work has to match what you say you want. I want to constantly push to be a better version of myself. I want to be prepared for whatever life throws my way. So I get my ass up in the morning and run or I get on the stairmaster at night. I go to Crossfit early to run a mile and I stay after for Krav. It’s become my routine so even when I’m not feeling it, it’s just what I do. I switch it up so I don’t get bored but I make it happen. Most of my battles are with my diet though. After tackling that monster the training seems like the easy part 🤣. So stop talking about your goals and go do it 👊🏽 @metcon thanks for the push everyday 💪🏽 #crossfit #getit 📷 @ltevebaugh

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Brooke Wells

Brooke Wells is an elite athlete, period. It feels like she’s been around for ages, ever since she burst onto the scene, finishing 1st in her first individual regional event, as a 19-year-old! A veteran of 4 Crossfit games, Brooke finished 8th in last years women division and at only 23, has much more left to give.

Bethany Shadburne

25-year-old Bethany Shadburne has quite an impressive background. Before starting Crossfit in 2015 she had 8 years of gymnastics, 3 years of bodybuilding and countless marathons, triathlons and personal training under her belt. Bethany competed in the Crossfit games in 2017 and finished 16th in 2018. She is aiming to go from strength to strength this year.

Sara Sigmundsdottir

The 26-year-old Iceland native has been competing since 2012, appearing in the Crossfit games in 2015, finishing 3rd. Sara was on the podium for the following 2 years, before injury forced her to retire in 2018 She is ready to make up for that in 2019 and will be hoping to make it back on the podium.

Camille Leblanc-Bazinet

Crowned ‘Fittest Women on Earth’ in 2014, the 30-year-old Canadian has competed at the Crossfit games 7 times, finishing in the top 10, 4 times and winning 5 out of 7 regional events. Although she loves Crossfit, Camille plans to try and qualify for the Olympic weightlifting team in 2020.

Lauren Fisher

Lauren started Crossfit as a 14-year-old in 2008 to help improve her Basketball game. Now 24 Lauren has competed in the individual and team events since 2012 and has placed as high as 9th in the Crossfit games. Lauren is also an accomplished weightlifter and has previously won the USA weightlifting junior national championships.

Brooke Ence

After consecutively finishing 6th at the California regional Brooke qualified for her first Crossfit games in 2015, finishing 14th overall and winning 2 events along the way. Brooke has had some highs and lows since; she had spinal surgery in March 2017 but is determined to get back to top form. She’s also appeared in the blockbuster movie Wonder Woman and the Justice League film.

Annie Thorisdottir

You don’t get a nickname like ‘Thor’s Daughter’ without being a badass. Winning the title of ‘Fittest Women on Earth’ twice, in 2011/2012, Annie has earned a reputation for being a fierce competitor who competes with a smile. A gym owner in her native Iceland, 29-year-old Annie will be aiming to make it back on the podium in 2019.

Jessica Coughlan

The 30-year-old Australian didn’t think she was good enough when she first started Crossfit. Since that moment she has gone on to compete in numerous opens, regionals and made her first appearance at the Crossfit games in2017, finishing 36th. Jessica loves animals and when she isn’t training, she can be found playing with them.

Katrin Tanja Davidsdotti

25-year-old Katrin is another double Crossfit games champion from Iceland. Making her debut in 2012 Katrin had heartbreak when she missed out on the games in 2014. She used this as motivation to fuel her and returned to win the games in 2015 and 2016 becoming a double champion.

Cassidy Lance-McWherter

Cassidy, who grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, was a competitive gymnast and even received a full gymnastics scholarship to the University of Washington. After a career-ending injury, Cassidy found Crossfit. She’s made it to the Crossfit games 5 times, achieving a best-placed 8th in 2014.

Andrea Ager

Andrea has always been active and used to run track as a youngster. She found Crossfit after college when she felt like she needed a new challenge. Since then, as a coach and a competitor, Andrea has dedicated herself to her craft. She’s appeared in the Crossfit games once, finishing 4th.

Kaitlyn Kassis

Competing in the team event at the 2016 and 2018 Crossfit games, Kaitlyn’s best result was an amazing 2nd place. But her accomplishments go much deeper, Kaitlin loves coaching women and helping them to be the best versions of themselves, she loves how Crossfit helps women to transition away from ‘how they look and what they weigh’ and instead can focus on being strong. Kaitlin also has a degree in political science and international relations.

Hanna Venemyr

27-year-old Hanna comes from Norway and is no stranger to hard work. Having competed in opens and regionals for years, Hanna made her first appearance at the Crossfit games in 2018, competing in the team event finishing a very respectable 28th.

Carolinne Hobo

The stunning Carolinne is from Brazil and is a 5x regional competitor. At 36 years old she is showing no signs of slowing down. In 2018 she finished 12th in Brazil. Carolinne is also an entrepreneur and is the owner of her own Crossfit gym. She trains and coaches daily.

Kristin Pope

29-year-old Kristin really can do it all. The Atlanta native has many strings to her bow. A competitive gymnast with 13 state titles, an all-star cheerleader, a Crossfit athlete, and an international level Olympic Weightlifter and Powerlifter, Kristin also owns and is head coach of Barbell and Bows, helping to transform the lives of those she works with.

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