How Do You Compare to the 2015 CrossFit Games Athletes? Use This Infographic to Find Out…

October 21, 2015

Box Life Magazine posted a cool infographic showing the average age, height, and weight of the 2015 CrossFit Games athletes along with the average, heaviest, and lightest weights in a handful of different lifts.

The stats were “acquired from the self-reported athlete profiles at games.crossfit.com”, meaning that in order for the information on the graphic to be accurate the staff of Box Life would have had to look up and log all 80 Games athletes’ data. It would also mean that all that data would have to be up to date, which probably isn’t really the case. Nonetheless, it’s a good way to get a quick look at how you stack up against some of the fittest in the world, and it makes us feel good about ourselves that we are right on par with the ladies at the Games. (We aren’t ladies, by the way.)

How do you compare?

How Do You Compare to the 2015 CrossFit Games Athletes




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