Colorado has one Games veteran and one Games rookie to keep an eye on during this year’s individual competition at the CrossFit Games.
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TRUST the process… when it gets really really really hard i like to draw back to past experiences and look at the benefit of keeping pushing through vs giving up or feeling sorry for myself… about 100% of the time pushing through the hard time helped me reach a huge break through!!! “ Sometimes we give up when we are SO close to success just keep grinding with faith that you will end up exactly where you should @justinsua #2018
After withdrawing from last year’s Games due to a shoulder injury, Leblanc-Bazinet is back and ready to compete. She hasn’t podiumed at the Games since her first place finish in 2014, but her worldwide ranking in this year’s Open was fourth place, so there’s a chance she’ll give Toomey, Saunders, and the Dottirs some extra competition at the top.
Known for his snatch tutorials on Instagram, Enderton is a former weightlifter turned CrossFitter who also used to weigh 300 pounds. This year was his third trip to Regionals, where he took fifth, a seven place improvement on his finish in 2017. This is his first trip to the Games.
The Colorado Guide to the 2018 CrossFit Games