The 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games has come and gone. Champions were crowned, champagne was popped, and quit was killed.
Kill Cliff was well represented on podiums throughout the week in Madison. Let's take a look at how our athletes fared at the Games.
Sam and Jenn Dancer enjoyed a champagne shower after placing second in the Team division with Team Invictus X.
Shawn Ramirez fell just short of his fifth straight championship in the Men's 40-44 division, but his second-place finish is an impressive accomplishment nonetheless.
Ron Ortiz improved from his sixth-place finish at the Games last year with a third-place finish this year in the Men's 50-54 division.
Josh Bridges may not have finished like he envisioned, but the strength and guts he showed while battling through pain and adversity was just as impressive as any podium finish we saw during the weekend. Bridges embodied the Kill the Quit spirit during his time at the Games and we couldn't be more proud.
David Hippensteel dominated the Men's 60+ division with a first-place finish for the third straight year!
Jared Stevens and CrossFit 417 finished fifth in the team division, jumping seven spots up the ranks from their 2017 Games performance.
Congratulations to all of our athletes at the 2018 Reebok CrossFit Games! We can't wait to see you again in 2019.
Next stop, Granite Games.