TOP 5 FITTEST WOMEN ON EARTH - CROSSFIT 2017

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Annie Thorisdottir - Fittest Woman on Earth for 2011 & 2012. Anníe Mist Þórisdóttir (often featured as Annie Thorisdottir in international media) is a professional CrossFit athlete from Reykjavík, Iceland. Anníe is the first woman to win the CrossFit Games twice (in 2011 and 2012). She placed second in the 2010 and 2014 CrossFit Games. Anníe trains four hours per day, six days per week, and also has experience as a gymnast (eight years), ballet dancer (two years), and pole vaulter (two years). She is 170 cm (5'7") tall, weighs approximately 67 kg (148 lbs), and hopes to go into the medical field. Anníe first appeared in the sport of CrossFit in July 2009, when she traveled from Reykjavik to Aromas, California to compete at the third annual CrossFit Games. She had been taking "bootcamp" classes but had only a month of CrossFit experience. Anníe finished five of the eight events within the top 10 (out of 70 competitors), including an event win on the Sandbag Sprint (1:07.4) and fourth-place finishes on the Sledge Hammer Drive (5:56) and the Triplet (86).

Samantha "Sam" Briggs (born 14 March 1982) - Fittest Woman on Earth for 2013 is a CrossFit athlete best known for winning the CrossFit Games in 2013. She has qualified for the CrossFit Games four additional times: in 2010, 2011, 2015, and in 2016 (she failed to qualify in 2014 due to a poor performance on the handstand walk event at the European regional competition). She finished four of her five appearances in the top 5 overall. Briggs lived and trained in Miami, USA for the 2015 CrossFit season, but now resides in her native England. Before she found CrossFit in 2009, she competed in amateur-level duathlons, triathlons, and football in the Northern Premiership League (as a centre midfielder or centre-back). She also worked as a firefighter with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service. Briggs then took a sabbatical to concentrate on Crossfit fulltime. Briggs first qualified for the CrossFit Games in 2010, finishing second at the 2010 Europe Regional behind soon-to-be two-time Games champion Annie Thorisdottir. At the 2010 CrossFit Games, Briggs' highest finish was third place on "Pyramid Double Helen", which she completed in 18:30.

Camille Leblanc-Bazinet (born October 10, 1988) - Fittest Woman on Earth for 2014 is a Canadian professional CrossFit Games athlete. She is the female winner of the 2014 CrossFit Games.She is also an accomplished weightlifter, having qualified for the national championship for weightlifting in Canada. Throughout her early years, she did gymnastics at a high level for almost 14 years. At age 16, her career as a gymnast was stopped after tearing her hip. After recovering, she played senior AA soccer and volleyball. She later was the captain of her flag football team in college. Leblanc-Bazinet also spent time running half marathons, skiing, and playing rugby. In an interview, she said she was introduced to CrossFit after a man told her she was not in shape at a team party. Prior to joining, Leblanc-Bazinet's parents were "totally against it" and her friends believed that it was too dangerous. However, they all decided to give it a try and have continued.

Katrín Tanja Davíðsdóttir (born 10 May 1993) Fittest Woman on Earth for 2015 & 2016 is an Icelandic CrossFit athlete known for her four appearances at the CrossFit Games. She is the women's champion of the 2015 and 2016 CrossFit Games. Katrín is the second woman to repeat as champion, following in the footsteps of her countrywoman, 2011 and 2012 CrossFit Games champion Anníe Þórisdóttir. Katrín's only event win at the 2015 Games came in the final event, Pedal to the Metal 2, but that was enough to move her ahead of countrywoman Ragnheiður Sara Sigmundsdóttir, who had been in first place going into the last two events. Katrín missed qualification in 2014 due to a relatively poor performance at the Europe Regional on Event 5, a combination of legless rope climbs and sprints.

Tia-Clair Toomey (born 22 July 1993) - Fittest Woman on Earth for 2017 is an Australian weightlifter and CrossFit Games athlete. She competed in the women's 58 kg event at the 2016 Summer Olympics and came in 14th. Also competing in the CrossFit Games, she was the winner of the 2017 CrossFit Games after being the runner-up in 2015 and 2016. She qualified for the Olympics after just 18 months of serious weightlifting training after learning by participating in CrossFit.

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