There are 18 articles in this month.
August 31, 2013
The individual PDF articles published in August 2013 are collected here in a single download.
The video and audio posts are not contained in the PDF.
The articles included here are:
The Lunatic Farmer - Cooper
Training in the Heat - Starr
The Angry Surfer - Achauer
Destiny, Choice and Struggle - Cecil
“This Is CrossFit” - Cecil
(Corrects to state Brett Marshall finished second at the 2007 CrossFit Games.)
CrossFit community comes together to commemorate the Hotshots 19 and raise funds for their surviving family members.
Prescott, Ariz.—On June 30, 19 members of the Hotshot team died fighting a fire that grew to more than 2,000 acres in Yarnell, an old gold-mining village with a population of roughly 650.
To commemorate the fallen and raise money for their surviving family, CrossFit… Continue Reading
At this year’s CrossFit Games, Alessandra Pichelli never finished an event outside the top 20.
“I want to prove to myself that my body’s capable of great things,” she said before the Games began.
Pichelli, who this year competed as an individual for the first time, ended up winning the Legless event on Friday night—what she describes as her most memorable Games moment.
In the final day of competition, the 27-year-old appeared poised to take… Continue Reading
“‘With me?’” Valenzuela recounts. “‘Yeah, I mean, I don’t know if I can keep up with you, but let’s do it.’”
For Briggs, it was an obvious choice.
“She comes from a strength background. I’m more endurance. So I thought what better person to train with—somebody who’s my… Continue Reading
On Episode 290 of CrossFit Radio, host Justin Judkins interviewed three people who attended the CrossFit Tour stop and Affiliate Gathering in Big Sky, Mont., from Aug. 16 to 18. Jonathan Gonzales and Maria Aragon De Gonzales of Arbor CrossFit are featured in the first half of the show, and CrossFit Games Masters champion Craig Howard is featured in the second.
1:36 Jonathan Gonzales and Maria Aragon De Gonzales held the grand… Continue Reading
The night before the final day of this year’s CrossFit Games, Sam Briggs had a dream.
“Wouldn’t it be so awesome if we swept the podium: one, two and three?” she asked Lindsey Valenzuela and Valerie Voboril. Both Valenzuela and Voboril train at DogTown CrossFit, and Briggs spent time there before the Games.
Briggs’ dream became reality: she finished first, with Valenzuela second and Voboril third.
But going into the competition… Continue Reading
August 22, 2013
Patrick Miller is a typical kid from a working Midwestern town. This is his coming-of-age story in which there may or may not be a happy ending.
I am writing this brief article for a writing class that I am taking through a community college in my home town of Pontiac, Illinois. This is somewhat of a brief insight to the love and (passion) for the sport I have, but… Continue Reading
Can the uptight ever hang loose? Hilary Achauer examines her complicated relationship with surfing.
The paddle out was easy that day. I didn’t even get my hair wet. I sat on my board with my dry hair and forced myself to look at the ocean, at the sky. I looked at the people walking on the beach and made up little stories about the surfers around me.
For 15 minutes I tried… Continue Reading