Crossfit is not only the sport of jocks and gym rats anymore. With its high-intensity workout that simultaneously targets every major muscle group without isolating anyone, it’s now a popular fitness regimen for people of all shapes, sizes, colors, and ages. And as more women are developing an interest in endurance sports and fitness with weightlifting, Crossfit has become a favorite way to stay tuned and have fun.
When we studied the database of women who compete in CrossFit, we had to stop at 45. We ruled out any woman over 30 and any woman who is not considered “hot” (i.e., a celebrity). Here are the top 45 hottest women in CrossFit according to our rigorous standards.
Table of Contents
- 1. Lauren Brooks
- 2. Andrea Ager
- 3. Zummer Pagan
- 4. Christmas Abbott
- 5. Emily Skye
- 6. Heidi Somers
- 7. Brooke Ence
- 8. Carolina Hobo
- 9. Annie Thorisdottir
- 10. Sarah Stage
- 11. Izabel Goulart
- 12. Jen Wilderstorm
- 13. Julie Foucher
- 14. Danielle Sidell
- 15. Carly Baker
- 16. Anna Nystrom
- 17. Nina Agdal
- 18. Anna Hulda
- 19. Camille Leblanc-Bazinet
- 20. Ashley Rincon
- 21. Jackie Perez
- 22. Bjork Odinsdottir
- 23. Stacie Tovar
- 24. Lauren Fisher
- 25. Jessica Coughlan
- 26. Mattie Rogers
- 27. Amanda Zaia
- 28. Dominique Jacoby
- 29. Kristen Graham
- 30. Kristin Pope
- 31. Marine Lucas
- 32. Brooke Wells
- 33. Kayli Phillips
- 34. Becca Day
- 35. Chyna Cho
- 36. Katrin Davidsdottir
- 37. Bethany Shadburne
- 38. Beth Layton
- 39. Alexandra LeChance
- 40. Colleen Fotsch
- 41. Ornella Nicolosi
- 42. Katrin Davidsdottir
- 43. Tara Nicole Jenkins
- 44. Solveig Sigurdardottir
- 45. Tammi Robinson
1. Lauren Brooks
Lauren Brooks was born on July 11, 1982, in Canada, raised in Florida, and now lives in Chicago; known for her mastery of Olympic weightlifting, she is ranked 3rd in the world among the women’s Olympic Weightlifting category. She is currently ranked #1 at 24/25-year-olds.
Her first experience with Crossfit was in 2006 at a local box in Austin, Texas. She began competing in 2007 on the local Austin circuit and won the “most improved” award for two years in a row. In 2008, she began to focus on her fitness goals and began training with specific goals of moving to California to train at CrossFit Santa Cruz. In 2009, she moved out to California and made her way up the ranks.
Lauren started her competitive career off with a bang by winning the 2015 USA Weightlifting American Open. She did so with a 163K total at 53kg category. In 2016 she won Bronze at the Crossfit Games and was a member of the 2016 USA Olympic Weightlifting Team.
2. Andrea Ager
Andrea Ager was born in the United States on February 16, 1988. Ager discovered CrossFit in September 2010 while in Colorado, her hometown. In 2011, she moved to California to compete with and be coached by the top CrossFitters in the world. The same year, Ager finished 17th place in the open for SoCal and was part of a team that finished 5th place at the 2011 CrossFit Games. In 2012, she won the 2013 SoCal Open and finished her first year in the open division at 8th place. In 2014, Ager ended up in 2nd place in the Open division for SoCal. Ager was a member of Team USA for the 2016 CrossFit Games and placed 20th (7th place female). She then became a member of Team USA again for weightlifting, which she competed on at the 2017 CrossFit Games, where she came in fourth.
3. Zummer Pagan
Summer Pagan was born on June 1, 1987, in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, and is a CrossFit coach and athlete known for her intensity and power. Her first experience with CrossFit was in 2012 at a local box in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She began competing in 2013 on the local Colorado circuit and has been competing ever since. In 2014 she won the “Most Improved” award for two years in a row at The Games (which is 1st prize). In 2015 she started as a team member for “The Murph” and ended up as the individual winner. In 2016 she won the individual “Warrior Games,” a CrossFit competition for wounded veterans. In 2016 she won Silver at the Crossfit Games and was a 2016 USA Weightlifting Team member.
4. Christmas Abbott
Christmas Abbott was born on December 20, 1981, in Lynchburg, Virginia, USA. She was a gymnast who participated in both trampoline and tumbling. Christmas Abbott was the Junior Olympic Champion for trampoline in 1997. She was also the Junior Olympic Champion for tumbling in 1999, 2000, and 2001. Abbott’s first experience with CrossFit was in 2011 at a local box in Lynchburg, Virginia. She began competing in 2012 on the local Lynchburg circuit and has been competing ever since. In 2013 she placed 2nd at the Games and won the title of “Most Improved.” In 2014, she won the “Most Improved” award two years in a row. In 2015, Abbott jumped into the open division, coming in 1st place with 210 points. In 2016, she placed 7th at the CrossFit Games and was selected to compete on Team USA in weightlifting for the 2017 CrossFit Games.
5. Emily Skye
Emily Skye was born on January 7, 1985, in Australia. Skye was a competitive gymnast until her late teens when she became interested in bodybuilding. After taking part in an amateur bodybuilding competition, Skye discovered CrossFit. Skye competed in her first competition at age 40. She is currently ranked #1 at 25-29 years old. Her first experience with CrossFit was in 2005 at a local box in Stone Mountain, Georgia. She began competing in 2007 on the local Stone Mountain circuit and has been competing ever since. She was a part of the Rebel Grip in 2011 and finished fourth at The Games. In 2012, she finished 2nd at The Games and won the “Most Improved” award for two years. In 2013, Skye ended up in 2nd place in the Open division for Atlanta. In 2014, Skye finished 2nd again at the Games and came in 4th at the Valor Series.
6. Heidi Somers
On March 14, 1989, Heidi Somers was born in North Pole, Alaska, and is an American CrossFit athlete. Her first experience with CrossFit was in 2008 while in Alaska. Somers moved to Texas in 2013 to train at CrossFit Fort Worth with a local coach, Brandon Phillips. Somers has qualified for regionals for five consecutive years, since 2013, and attained 2nd-place finishes twice (2016 Open West Regional, 2017 South Regional). She has competed at the Crossfit Games twice (2014, 2015), finishing 10th-place twice. Somers has earned two 3rd-place finishes at the South Regional (2015, 2017) and qualified for regionals three years (2014-2016). Somers is currently ranked 1st in the world among all women aged 30-34. Somers was named “Fittest on Earth” in 2015, after taking first place at the South Regional and finishing 10th place at The Games. She finished 12th in the Open division in 2015 after ranking 3rd in the Meridian Regional.
7. Brooke Ence
Brooke Ence is a CrossFit athlete and coach who was born in California on August 10, 1989. Her first experience with CrossFit was in 2009 at a local box in St. Louis, MO. She began competing in 2009 on the local circuit and won the “most improved” award three years. In 2010, she began to focus on her fitness goals and began training with specific goals of moving to California to train at CrossFit Santa Cruz. In 2011 she moved out to California and made her way up the ranks. She placed 3rd at The games and 2nd at the California Regional. She also won her first Santa Cruz Regional in 2011. 2012 was another excellent year for Brooke, and she is now known as one of the most muscular women in CrossFit history. She won back-to-back Regionals, which gave her the most wins of any woman in the history of The Games. She also took 1st place at the East Regional and is currently working with “The Murph” (the mother of all workouts).
8. Carolina Hobo
Carolina Hobo was born on August 8, 1982, in São Paulo, Brazil. Carolina became interested in CrossFit after one of her co-workers told her about it. She immediately tried it out following a video seminar with Shaun T. Hobo started competing in the first half of 2014 and placed 10th at The Games (2014) and finished second at Regionals (2015).
9. Annie Thorisdottir
Annie Thorisdottir was born on September 18, 1989, in Rickyovich, Iceland. She is a CrossFit Games athlete who participated in her first CrossFit Games in 2011. She has placed 2nd at The Games on two occasions (2012 and 2014) and won a total of 9 WODs. In 2013 she took 3rd place at the South Regional and was also named one of the fittest people by Men’s Health Magazine. In 2014 she took 4th at The Games, winning 17 WODs on the way there.
10. Sarah Stage
Sarah Stage was born in Burbank, California, on March 21, 1984. She is a CrossFit athlete and coach who had her first experience with CrossFit in 2005, a box in Burbank. In 2009, she qualified for the “Fittest on Earth” competition which was part of the CrossFit Games qualifiers. The stage finished first place at the California Regional and placed eighth at The Games. In 2010, she took second place at The South Regional and finished eighth again at The games. In 2011, the stage took first place at the South Regional again. She won the title of Fittest Woman on Earth, held at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. In 2012, the stage placed third at The Games.
11. Izabel Goulart
Izabel Goulart was born on October 23, 1984 , São Carlos, Brazil. In 2011, she became the first woman from Brazil to win the “Fittest on Earth” title at the “Fittest on Earth” competition, which took place at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. In 2012, Goulart took second place at The Games. In 2013, she became a Brazilian National Champion and took third place at the South Regional championship.
12. Jen Wilderstorm
Jen Wilderstorm was born on August 24, 1982, in Downers Grove, Illinois, USA. She began competing in October 2005 after coaching for a year. In 2009 she was the highest-ranked American female in the world at #3. In 2010 she was ranked #7 worldwide and finished 2nd at The South Regional. In 2011 she moved to 2nd place at The Games and retook 3rd in 2012. She had some ups and downs but is back to the top 5 in 2015 and is currently ranked 1st in the world among all women aged 40-44.
13. Julie Foucher
Julie Foucher was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the United States in 1988. She began competing in 2008. In 2011, she became a world champ and finished 5th at the Open East Regionals. In 2013, she finished #2 at the Open West Regional and won her second regional title in 2014.
14. Danielle Sidell
Danielle Sidell was born on August 31, 1988, is an American professional CrossFit athlete. She is now rated 6th in the world among ladies in the 35-39 age group. Her first experience with Crossfit was in 2008 was invited to train at our box by co-workers. She began to compete in 2009 and won her first competition. In 2012 she placed 3rd at the South Regional, and she retook 1st place in 2013 for the second year in a row. In 2014 she took 1st place at The Games for the first time.
15. Carly Baker
Carly Baker was born in 1987 in England. She began competing in 2010 and won her first regional event to advance to the CrossFit Games. In 2013, she placed third at the South Regional. She has since taken second place at regionals twice (2014, 2015) but finished 33rd at The Games in 2014 after tearing her hamstring tendon 40% off the bone. Baker took first place at the Meridian Regional in 2015.
16. Anna Nystrom
Anna Nystrom was born on February 15, 1992, in Stockholm, Sweden. Her first competition was in 2011, and she won the “Fittest Woman” title. In 2012 she took third place at The Games, making her the first woman from Sweden. She finished second in the South Regional in 2013 and third in the California Regional in 2014. She is currently ranked 1st in Sweden, 2nd in the United Kingdom, 9th in Sweden.
17. Nina Agdal
Nina Agdal was born on March 26, 1992, in Hillerød, Denmark. Nina is currently ranked in the top 3 globally among all female competitors aged 21-28. In 2011, she won The Games and became the first Danish woman to do so. She was also awarded “Fittest Athlete of the Year” at Crossfit HQ and second at the 2012 Open. In 2013, Nina took 3rd place at The Games and 1st place at Regionals. Unfortunately, in 2014 she finished 9th after being injured in a training accident.
18. Anna Hulda
Anna Hulda was born in Reykjavik, Iceland, on January 18, 1985. In 2014, he won the Nordic CrossFit Championship and competed in the International Olympic weightlifting competition. For three years in a row, she has been named Female Weightlifter of the Year. Northern Spirit clothing has sponsored her.
19. Camille Leblanc-Bazinet
Camille Leblanc-Bazinet was born on October 10, 1988, Richelieu, Canada. She is a Canadian professional CrossFit athlete who has been dubbed “The French Halle” for her mastery of French in competition. In 2010, CB Placed 8th at the Open World Championships in Sydney, Australia. In 2011 she took 5th place at the Open European Championships in Paris, France. In 2012, CB won the CrossFit Games, where she placed second behind defending champion Lauren Fisher.
20. Ashley Rincon
Ashley Rincon was born on January 11, 1989, in Santa Barbara, California, USA. Professional CrossFit athlete and gymnast. In 2010 she became the first woman from California to win the “Fittest on Earth” title at the “Fittest on Earth” competition, which took place at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California. In 2012 she took third place at The Games.
21. Jackie Perez
Jackie Perez is a CrossFit athlete from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a fitness professional in Philadelphia and is in charge of the programming at CrossFit South Philly; she was born on March 13, 1984, in the United States She began competing in 2007 and placed 6th at the 2010 North American Open. She finished second in the 2013 California Regional.
22. Bjork Odinsdottir
Bjork Odinsdottir was born on September 15, 1994, Biskopsgarden, Sweden. She is a Swedish professional CrossFit athlete. She started competing in 2010 and took second place at the European Open in 2013. She is currently ranked 3rd in Sweden, 6th in Europe, and 17th worldwide.
23. Stacie Tovar
Stacie Tovar was born on January 2, 1987, in Fort Worth, Texas, USA. She began competing in December 2011. In 2012, she placed 1st at the Open World Championships and finished 12th at The Games. In 2013 she took 4th place at the North Regional and became a US National Champion. In 2014 she finished 4th at Regionals and 8th overall after withdrawing from the Games due to injury. Tovar is currently ranked 10th worldwide among all women aged 35-39.
24. Lauren Fisher
Lauren Fisher, one of CrossFit’s newest competitors, is already a four-time CrossFit Games veteran at the age of 22. (two teams, two individuals). She began CrossFit in 2008 at the age of 14 to enhance her basketball game, and by 2012, she had placed 12th in the NorCal Regional. Since then, she’s helped CrossFit Invictus place seventh and thirteenth in the Reebok CrossFit Games in 2013 and 2015, respectively. In the 2014 and 2016 Reebok CrossFit Games, she finished ninth and 25th, respectively (her brother, Garret Fisher, also competed individually in 2016). Fisher, who won the 2014 USA Weightlifting Championships, is well-known for her Olympic weightlifting abilities.
25. Jessica Coughlan
Jessica Coughlan is a 33-year-old American CrossFit Games veteran. She is also a professional fitness instructor with an extensive background of experience in the field. Jessica Coughlan was born on February 15, 1987, in New Jersey. Her hometown is Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She has been competing professionally since 2003, and she’s owned her gym since 2007 called Intensity Sports Performance Training Center in Woodbury, Pennsylvania.
26. Mattie Rogers
Mattie Rogers was born in Apopka, Florida, on August 23, 1995. She is the reigning champion at the 2015 Associated Press National Champion. She’s also won the 2013 title, making her the first woman in history to win both titles in the same year. Rogers is ranked 2nd in Florida, 9th worldwide, and 1st in America.
27. Amanda Zaia
Amanda Zaia was born on March 9, 1988, in Staten Island. She began her professional CrossFit career in 2009. In 2012 she won the second place title at the South Regional and finished 13th at The Games. In 2013 she took first after winning the California Regional. She was on Team X-Outfitters alongside Jason Khalipa and Jen Smith-Snyder, who also finished 4th at Regionals. While she didn’t compete in 2014, she’s currently 11th worldwide among women aged 30-34.
28. Dominique Jacoby
Dominique Jacoby was born on December 17, 1988, in France. She started competing in CrossFit games in 2010. At the 2013 Reebok CrossFit Games, she finished 12th and has competed since then with an intermittent team profile, but returned to compete at the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games, finishing 9th and 8th and 3rd and 10th respectively Regionals. Jacoby is currently ranked 5th worldwide among all women aged 30-34.
29. Kristen Graham
Kristen Graham is a CrossFit athlete and fitness model from New Jersey, U.S. She’s a respected athlete among her fellow CrossFit competitors and fans, thanks to her sports achievements. Kristen’s CrossFit journey began in 2011 when she gained extra weight after giving birth to her daughter. Growing up, Kristen always had a fit and firm body, so the extra weight annoyed her a lot.
30. Kristin Pope
Kristin Pope is a professional athlete and fitness model, and she was born in Hershey, Pennsylvania. She is a CrossFit athlete and a team coach for CrossFit Phoenix. She began competing in CrossFit in 2011 and speaks French and English fluently. She has competed at the CrossFit Games in 2009 and 2011, finishing in 9th and 11th place, respectively. In 2012 she won the Atlantic Regional and finished 19th at The Games. In 2013 she took third place at the North Regional but could not continue due to an injury sustained before Regionals. In 2014 she won the CrossFit Games title, the first time a woman has done so.
31. Marine Lucas
Marine Lucas is a CrossFit athlete from Paris, France. Her first competition was in 2008, and she has been participating regularly since then. She has been winning tournaments from time to time and suffered injuries that prevented her from competing at the 2013 World Open and 2014 USA Championship. She’s currently ranked 5th in France and 85th worldwide among all women across all sports.
32. Brooke Wells
Brooke Wells, a two-time individual CrossFit Games competitor, established a name for herself in 2015 when she won the Central Regional at the age of 19. It was her first debut in regional competition as an individual. She participated in the North Central Regional in 2014 with CrossFit 540’s team 540 Beefy. In her first Games appearance in 2015, she finished 16th. She showed herself once more in 2016, finishing third at the Central Regional but leapfrogging to sixth place at the Games with six top-five performances and one event win. Wells is a CrossFit Fringe in Columbia trainer and a student at the University of Missouri.
33. Kayli Phillips
Kayli Phillips was born in 1989. She is a fitness model and athlete from Los Angeles, California. She’s an active CrossFit competitor who has won many tournaments in the past. Phillips is currently ranked 9th in the United States and 40th worldwide among women aged 25-29. She recently qualified for the CrossFit Games for the first time after finishing first in her region of California at the 2016 CrossFit Regionals.
34. Becca Day
Becca Day is a professional athlete, fitness model, and CrossFit athlete who competes with Team Reebok Eastside. She is an active CrossFit competitor with many achievements. She was born in 1990, In Fort Smith, Arkansas. In 2013 she finished 4th at the Atlantic Regionals after taking third place at the Eastern Regional. In 2014 she also finished fourth at the Atlantic Regionals, but her success from 2013 was not repeated this year as she placed 12th overall at The games. Day’s best CrossFit Games finish is 5th at the 2011 South Central Regional.
35. Chyna Cho
Chyna Cho, a four-time CrossFit Games competitor, competed in her first CrossFit Games in 2010. After that, she struggled for four years to get back into the Olympics, narrowly missing qualifying every year until 2014. After matching Annie Sakamoto for third place at the 2011 Northern California Regional, a tiebreaker relegated her to fourth. Cho finished fourth at regionals again in 2012. In 2013, she came in sixth place. She bucked the pattern in 2014, returning to Carson and qualifying for the Games every year afterward, including a career-best result of sixth in 2015. She operates Good For You CrossFit in Newark, California, and is a former collegiate swimmer.
36. Katrin Davidsdottir
Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir, born May 10, 1993is an Icelandic CrossFit athlete known for her eight appearances at the CrossFit Games. She placed sixth in her first appearance in 2009. She also finished 4th in 2011 and 2013 and 6th in 2014. As of September 2018, she has placed 3rd at the Games, once (2014) coming without going through the final workout. Thus, she has the most top 10 finishes in the history of the Games.
37. Bethany Shadburne
Bethany Shadburne began Crossfit in 2015, competing in local tournaments. In 2016, she joined Black Magic Training, founded by Jared Astle and Jenn Jones (Astle), which helped her accelerate my Crossfit career by allowing her to win the Rx division at Wodapalooza in 2017, 4th place at the Austin Fittest Games, and 1st in the 2017 South Central Open, putting her in the top 20 in the world and leading me to regionals and games as a “double rookie” placing 22nd.
In 2018, she finished fifth at Wodapalooza, fifth in regionals, and sixteenth at the Crossfit Games. At the Dubai championship at the conclusion of the year, she moved coaches to Austen Cochren 7th, the owner of Streamline Crossfit. In 2019, she won first in the South Fit competition (Argentina) to earn a ticket to the CrossFit Games, and she finished eighth in the CrossFit Games. 2020- She finished 20th in the Crossfit Games and, at the end of the year, switched coaches to Justin Cotler. In 2021, she moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, to train with Kari Pearce.
38. Beth Layton
Beth Layton is a fitness model and CrossFit athlete from Gateshead, England. Layton was a competitive swimmer before she decided to start training in CrossFit. She has been CrossFit since 2010 and has become a successful competitor, always making it to the Regional level each year. She has finished within the top 24 women every year since 2015. She placed 16th at the 2018 Games finishing 5th overall in the North American division.
39. Alexandra LeChance
Alexandra Lachance is a CrossFit athlete and fitness model from Providence, Rhode Island. Layton started training in CrossFit in early 2010 and soon after joined NEXUS CrossFit. She credits her background as a competitive swimmer for her success in the sport of CrossFit. She made her first appearances at the North East Regionals in 2013, failing to qualify to the Games that year by less than half a point. In 2014, she qualified for the Games and placed 9th overall.
40. Colleen Fotsch
Colleen Fotsch is a three-time regional competitor best known for winning Open Workout 15.5, when she completed the 144-rep couplet of rowing and thrusters in 6:26, the fastest time by a woman in the world. Fotsch, a five-time All-American and current coach at NorCal Crossfit, was a former college swimmer at the University of California, Berkeley. Her highest regional performance was a seventh-place finish in the California Regional in 2016.
41. Ornella Nicolosi
Ornella Nicolosi was born in Florence, Italy, and raised between the mountains and the sea. She moved to the Bay Area around 15 years ago and began her CrossFit Training in 2009. Ornella qualified for the CrossFit Games in 2012 at the Santa Cruz Regionals, placing 11th at that event. She repeated that performance in 2013, finishing 13th overall. Overall, she has qualified for four consecutive Games (2012–2014) though she did not compete due to pregnancy and a battle with illness.
42. Katrin Davidsdottir
Katrin Davidsdottir is a three-time CrossFit Games athlete from Reykjavik, Iceland. Katrin is a two-time champion winning the Games in 2011 and 2012. She is a former track star and a graduate of Southern Methodist University with a degree in Sports Management before turning her energy to the sport of CrossFit. Katrin is also one of the few women to compete at the regional (2011) and games (2012) level as an individual without ever placing outside the top 10.
43. Tara Nicole Jenkins
Tara Nicole Jenkins is an American CrossFit athlete. She is well known in the CrossFit community for her strength, speed, and ability to kick butt when the bars are dropped. Tara placed 5th place in the South Central Regionals in 2015. Tara Nicole Jenkins placed 4th at the 2018 Games when she came back from injury less than a month before the competition in Carson, California, making history by being one of four athletes who competed at their first Games after competing at a regional in 2014
44. Solveig Sigurdardottir
Solveig Sigurdardottir from Iceland is a powerful athlete from the Reykjavik area, known for her strength and speed. Solveig won a bronze medal at the 2013 Europeans and a gold medal at the 2014 European Games. She did not compete in 2015 due to a heart-valve problem. In 2016, she returned to CrossFit and won the South Central Regionals of California Open, beating out fellow countryman Thorgnya Davidsdottir. This allowed Solveig to qualify for the 2017 CrossFit Games. She has often placed top 3 on the podium of the European games, world’s, Europeans and is an Olympic class athlete.
45. Tammi Robinson
Tammi is a South African-born Australian who relocated to Queensland, Australia. Before learning about CrossFit, she was a competitive swimmer and triathlete. She has held numerous titles, including 17 state championship titles in swimming. At the age of 23, she competed in her first CrossFit competition and also competed in the highest level event she had done before that, which was a triathlon costing $220 to enter; after two years of competing, Tammi qualified for the CrossFit Games in 2015 at the North East Regionals in Australia.