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Rogue Athlete carrying the 100 lbs Rogue Buoy during the Sprint Carry event at the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games

Nickname lil’ Fish
Age 21
Weight 135
Height 5'5"
From Manteca, CA
Current Residence San Diego, CA
Began Crossfit 2008
Affiliate CrossFit Invictus
Barbell Stats
Squat 290lbs
Front Squat 255lbs
Clean & Jerk 235lbs
Snatch 170lbs
Deadlift 325lbs
Press 115lbs
WOD Times
Fran 2:37
Filthy 50
Pullups 50
400m 1:05
500m Row 1:44
2000m Row
Favorite Girl Diane
Least Favorite Girl Jackie
2015 12th Place California Regional
2014 9th Place - CrossFit Games, 3rd Place SoCal Regionals
2013 7th Place - CrossFit Games (Team Invictus)
2012 12th Place - NorCal Regionals
Sectionals, Regionals or Other Notable Mentions
2014 USA Weightlifting National Junior Championships Best Lifter, 2014 USAW Junior National Champion - 63kg

Lauren Fisher

At just 20 years of age, San Diegan Lauren Fisher established herself as of the country’s most promising up-and-coming athletes—finishing 9th overall at the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games and winning the USA Weightlifting Junior National Championship (Women’s 63kg weight class).

Fisher was the youngest woman competing at the ’14 CrossFit Games, but what she lacks in age, she more than makes up for in drive and a winning track record. After her high school basketball team won back-to-back California State Championships, a then 18 year-old Fisher made a full transition into Crossfit—which she’d already been using in her training program. Soon, she joined CrossFit Invictus and competed with the team at the 2013 Games, finishing 7th. Meanwhile, Fisher’s talent for Oly lifting led her to pursue it competitively, as well, with appearances at the American Open and Junior Pan Am Championships with Team USA.

As a Rogue athlete, Lauren’s versatility and boundless potential make her a name to remember in the years ahead.