|From||Salt Lake City, UT|
|Current Residence||Los Gatos, CA|
|Began Crossfit||Nov 2007|
|Clean & Jerk||205|
|Least Favorite Girl||Kelly|
|2015||10th Place CrossFit Games, 1st Place California Regional (NorCal)|
|2014||5th Place - CrossFit Games (Team NorCal), 3rd Place - Team NorCal CrossFit - NorCal Regional|
|2013||7th Place - NorCal Regional|
|2008||CrossFit Games – 21st Place|
Rogue athlete Miranda Oldroyd might be immediately recognizable to casual fans for her work as a sideline reporter during CrossFit Games broadcasts or for her tireless efforts as a member of the CrossFit seminar staff. But make no mistake, Oldroyd is—first and foremost—a competitor… and a very accomplished one at that.
Originally based out of Salt Lake City, the former personal trainer started CrossFit in 2007 and made her debut appearance at the CrossFit Games in 2008, finishing 21st overall. In 2012, while training for her role as a presenter at the Games, Oldroyd suffered a broken neck in an automobile accident. Rather than being disheartened by the setback, Miranda’s long, difficult rehab process only provided more inspiration, as she pushed her way back into competition just one year later, finishing 7th at NorCal Regionals at the age of 30. In 2014, as a member of Team NorCal CrossFit, she made her long awaited return to the CrossFit Games as a competitor, finishing 5th overall in the team events.
Miranda makes her home in northern California with her husband Tyson.