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CrossFit Releases Rosters for 10 of 14 Games Teams Courtesy of Morning Chalk Up by Justin LoFranco   With this weekend’s Sanctionals out of the way, the 2019 CrossFit Games team rosters are nearly complete. Only the winners of CrossFit French Throwdown have yet to be determined. Dubai CrossFit Championship — Team Invictus: Rasmus Andersen (C),Tommy Vinas, Mitch Wagner (a), Lauren Fisher, Regan Huckaby, and Jenn Ryan (a) Wodapalooza — CrossFit Krypton: Alec Smith (C), Cody Mooney, Adam Klink (a), Jessica Griffith, Camille Leblanc-Bazinet, and Jamie Greene (a) Australian CrossFit Championship — Project X: Khan Porter, Brandon Swan, Matthew Reilly...

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CrossFit Shutters Facebook, Instagram Accounts Amid Data Privacy Concerns This article was retrieved from morningchalkup.com and written by Justin LoFranco. Caffeine and Kilos does not own nor contributed to the content.  CrossFit’s decision Monday to deactivate all Facebook and Instagram pages indefinitely was fueled by growing data and privacy concerns with the social media giant, Greg Glassman revealed on a call with the Morning Chalk Up.  CrossFit staff has been silent on the changes amid large speculation in the community about what is actually going on. On Tuesday, Morning Chalk Up confirmed that the pages are, in fact, deactivated indefinitely.  The explanation: “All activity on...

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Finding CrossFit After Losing Use of a Leg This article was found on The Morning Chalk Up, it is not property of nor was written by Caffeine and Kilos. However, this was too a beautiful story that we had to share. If you're not already subscribed to The Morning Chalk Up, you're missing out.  Some background. In 2013, Amelia Garris was diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome after a dog bite left her without the use of her right leg. When she began to lose the use of that leg to nerve damage, she sought physical therapy. Unable to run...

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CJ Cummings sets 15 Olympic Records at Pan Ams "Junior record, senior record, American record, world record, whatever record you got, CJ Cummings can take it down. Cummings was a one-man wrecking crew Wednesday night at the Pan American Weightlifting Championships in Guatemala City, which began Tuesday and continue through Saturday. The 18-year-old junior world champion for three years running went six for six to snatch 153 kg. and clean & jerk 191 kg. on his third lifts in the 73 kg. weight class. Each of those lifts, and the total of 344 kg., set a new junior and senior...

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Wes Kitts started a YouTube series called Training Talk and it's a must see if you want to know what goes on in the mind of an olympic lifter during their training Sessions. Also, Caffeine and Kilos athletes crushed it this year in the open and land 4 spots in the 2019 Games.

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