“When I was introduced to CrossFit, it was one of those things where I fell in love – and as many people have probably already heard – I fell in love with the community. And that was that team aspect that I was craving for again. And I fell in love with it – and to to this day community is the biggest piece of importance for me.” – Becca Voigt
Since 2008, Becca Voigt has competed in the CrossFit Games every single year, an accomplishment no other athlete can claim. As a true veteran of the sport, Becca has grown and adapted to the ever-changing demands of competition over the past decade. She’s consistently finished in the top half of the field, and earned a spot on the podium with a 3rd place finish in 2011. Becca was awarded the 2014 Spirit of the Games Award for her positive attitude and sportsmanship through competition. Becca resides in Toluca Lake, California where she trains and runs her affiliate, CrossFit Training Yard.
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Question: It was the community that drew Becca into CrossFit and has propelled her to great success in her competitive career and affiliate. What about CrossFit was most intriguing to you when you first started?