Rich Froning and Lauren Fisher Win the 2015 CrossFit Liftoff

November 10, 2015

That’s right, the Fittest Man in History has just proven himself once again and Lauren Fisher is right there with him at the top of the leaderboard for the 2015 CrossFit Liftoff… Check out Rich Froning’s 306lb snatch and 375lb clean and jerk here along with the rest of the results. It’s also worth noting that a 15 year old nearly tied Rich Froning on the lifts. Think about that for a minute…

One question… Why didn’t Dmitry Klokov sign up for this and smash everyone in the Olympic lifts?

View the official 2015 CrossFit Liftoff Leaderboard here for full results from all of the different gender, age, and weight classes.

2015 CrossFit Liftoff Men's Results 2015 CrossFit Liftoff Women's Results


The 2015 CrossFit Liftoff, powered by Rogue, has ended.

Score submissions closed an hour ago, which means it’s time for a preliminary look at the leaders. Keep in mind that the leaderboard will remain in flux over the next 48 hours as affiliates validate scores, and CrossFit officials review videos. Until validation and review are complete, the scores and rankings remain unofficial. 

As of 5 p.m. PT on Monday, Nov. 9:

The heaviest lifts went to heavyweight Olympic weightlifters. Olympian Sarah Robles and fellow Team USA member Caine Wilkes set the heaviest snatch, clean and jerk, and weightlifting total for their respective divisions.

Robles’ score appeared on the leaderboard right before the close of score submissions, shifting fellow Olympian Holley Mangold from first to second on the two lifts. Robles snatched 258 lb. and clean and jerked 328 lb. for a 586-lb. total.  

Her teammate, 28-year-old Wilkes, set the heaviest lifts of any male athlete with a 390-lb. snatch and 480-lb. clean and jerk (870-lb. total). 

The pound-for-pound rankings revealed small but mighty athletes like Carolina Valencia Hernandez. The 109-lb. athlete snatched 158 lb. and clean and jerked 216 lb.—just shy of double body weight—for a score of 3.431. Valencia Hernandez won the gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Games in the 48-kg division while representing Mexico.

Games champions Rich Froning and Samantha Briggs, as well as newcomer Suzie Pettey, posted over 500 reps on the 12-minute AMRAP.  

In the Teenage Division, 16-year-old Harrison Maurus snatched 300 lb. and clean and jerked 374 lb. to set a 674-lb. total, 3.874 pound-for-pound and 379 Sinclair total, winning everything except the workout.

There are countless other incredible performances displayed on the many pages of the leaderboard. Catch a few more of the leaders below. 

Largest Overall Total

1. Lauren Fisher (908)
2. Samantha Briggs (907)
3. Emily Bridgers (884)
4. Maude Charron (879)
5. Sarabeth Phillips (873)

1. Rich Froning (1189)
2. Marco Coppola (1149)
3. Jeff Evans (1142)
4. Ben Smith (1111)
5. Jared Enderton (1106)

Heaviest Snatch

Sarah Robles – 258 lb. (Open Women)
Shay Carlock – 175 lb. (Teenage Girls)
Jen Hauser – 167 lb. (Masters Women)

Caine Wilkes – 390 lb. (Open Men)
Harrison Maurus – 300 lb. (Teenage Boys)
Jason Wheeler – 262 lb. (Masters Men)

Heaviest Clean and Jerk

Sarah Robles – 328 lb. (Open Women)
Kaitlyn Jarrett – 220 lb. (Teenage Girls)
Nora Koppel – 275 lb. (Masters Women)

Caine Wilkes – 480 lb. (Open Men)
Harrison Maurus – 374 lb. (Teenage Boys)
Jason Wheeler – 327 lb. (Masters Men)

Heaviest Weightlifting Total

Sarah Robles – 586 lb. (Open Women)
Kaitlyn Jarrett – 390 lb. (Teenage Girls)
Jen Hauser – 357 lb. (Masters Women)

Caine Wilkes – 870 lb. (Open Men)
Harrison Maurus – 674 lb. (Teenage Boys)
Jason Wheeler – 589 lb. (Masters Men)

Best Pound-for-Pound

Yana Dyachenko – 3.75 (420 lb. WT / 112 lb. BW; Open)
Megan Seegert – 3.119 (340 lb. WT / 109 lb. BW; Teen)
Jen Hauser – 2.587 (357 lb. WT / 138 lb. BW; Masters)

Bredni Roque – 4.301 (671 lb. WT / 156 lb. BW; Open)
Harrison Maurus – 3.874 (674 lb. WT / 174 lb. BW; Teen)
Bilaal Broadway – 3.006 (535 lb. WT / 178 lb. BW; Masters)

Most Reps in 12 Minutes (Rx’d)

Suzie Pettey – 512 reps (Open)
Jessica Schwartz – 397 reps (Teenage)
Jen Hauser – 362 reps (Masters)

Rich Froning – 508 reps (Open)
Nicholas Paladino – 432 reps (Teenage)
Sascha Tank – 375 (Masters)

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