After an off season competing in bob sled, Australia's James Newbury is back on the competition floor looking to make it CrossFit Games appearance number 5.
Having won the Pacific regionals back to back in 2017 and 2018, if Newbury's fitness levels are still what they are from back then, he should be set to taking on the best in July.
In 2019, Newbury finished 5th at the CrossFit Games however a serious mountain bike crash during the 2020 CrossFit Open put an end to his 2020 season. Fans all around the world are super excited to see Newbury back on the competition floor once again in his comeback season.
6 x CrossFit Games Athlete and fan favourite, Khan Porter knows what it takes to win down under.
Khan has remained one of Australia's leading CrossFit athletes since his first Regionals in 2013 and is looking to make it CrossFit Games trip number 7.
He has been a leader of the Sport down under ever since he first appeared on the scene in 2013. Having competed both individually and on teams, you always want to keep you eye out for Khan. Exceptional in the water and at emptying the tank, Khan will always give it his all, even if it means putting himself in a world of pain.
Australia's highest finishing male athlete at the 2020 CrossFit Games (11th), Bayden Brown is definitely one athlete we expect to be pushing for a Games place over the weekend.
With previous Games experience, and numerous sanctional events under his belt Brown is a big contender to finish at the top at the end of the weekend.
Going into the 2019 CrossFit Games, Brown a rookie at the time was labeled “one-to-watch” failed to make it past the first event. However fast forward two years, he seems to be sharper, wiser and more ready than ever.