I’m dying to see it and I guess we did get to see a preview for it in season 3. We can all hope that it is coming soon!
I know the final four women looking so good and so strong, and I think we can expect even more of them at this point. I love watching all these female athletic people go into such an intense sport together and seeing how they overcome obstacles that both men and women may not see or face on a regular basis…typical male strength sports.
I would love to hear from you guys about what you thought overall about this episode? Did you tune in just because you don’t want these incredible athletes to go home yet? Would you have liked more or less challenges? Do you have any predictions on who will be left standing by the end of the night? Leave your comments down below!
Why Doesn’T Mat Fraser Hold American Flag At Crossfit Games??
And then there#8217;s Mat Fraser, who is the only non-American to ever win an overall crossfit championship.The 31-year-old Canadian has always loved to compete since he was 13, when he first watched the reality television show #8130;The Biggest Loser " on TV.But until five years ago, he wasn’t entirely clear about what type of competitions were considered real sports.He said: “I thought I was in shape but it never crossed my mind that you could even enter anything like the Olympics or world championships in any kind of competition that involved physical ability and athleticism because I just saw it as something that seemed unreal to me.”And then in 2010, when CrossFit added its own global affiliate league to international competition for high school athletes called #8130;The CrossFit Games?Mat was hooked?and today he’s got his eye set on dominance at the 2016 games in Rio de Janeiro.But does Mat hold American Flag at Crossfit Games 2017??
From Iceland — Iceland Well-Represented At CrossFit Games
Everyone’s favorite Nordic powerhouse came out swinging as they crushed teams that were clearly weaker than them during the first two days. Jáhún Kristjánsson and Kristinn Þorsteinsson took down athletes from China, Denmark and Ireland before gearing up for a difficult battle against twins Jon and Gordon Waddell (USA) on day 3. The brothers had yet to face adversity in their games, but this would be their first test of adversity — which they passed with flying colors. Despite struggling at times, the Waddells overcame all obstacles that stood before them and became one of the most dominant forces on-site earning the win over Iceland by 1 point (112-111). The team finished 11th overall. They will return to compete at Regionals 2018 where they stand a very good chance against many other strong teams such as Team Canada for a top finish.