Cuts, cuts, cuts, and more cuts. Day 3 at the CrossFit Games started with some heartbreak as fans watched many of their favorites fail to make the cut to the top 10 after the Sprint event. After a new and hectic CrossFit season we are finally here, just a handful of days away from the CrossFit Games. With all the changes to the season and sanctionals happening every other week, you may be wondering who is going to the Games and who exactly has a chance at making the podium, so in an effort to clear up any confusion, here are our picks for the top three women to watch at the Games. The CrossFit Games featured 40 men and 40 women who competed to find out who the Fittest on Earth would be. This year there will be men and women from around the world who will attempt to win that same title.
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Let's get something out of the way: Brooke Wells isn't just one of the most elite female athletes in the world, she's one of the most elite athletes in the world. The craziest part is she's so damn young. At 22, Wells has two CrossFit Games under her belt and three regionals — one of which she won at just 19 years of age. In between her workouts — she does three per day Monday to Wednesday and two per day on Thursday and Friday — Wells is still a year-old.
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She worked with Buzzfeed and Sky Cowans on an exciting new project and video exploring the topic of female body image. Thank you for recognizing all shapes and sizes! Thank you for allowing us to represent a diverse group of strong female athletes with all different body types.