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Annie Thorisdottir

Annie Thorisdottir Age


Annie Thorisdottir Height

170 cm

Annie Thorisdottir Weight

152 lb

Annie Thorisdottir Country


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CrossFit Reykjavík

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Introduction to Annie Thorisdottir

Annie Thorisdottir, also known as “Iceland Annie,” is a beacon of strength and determination in the CrossFit world. A two-time CrossFit Games champion (2011-2012) and a ten-time Games veteran, Annie has been a pivotal figure in defining the sport’s competitive landscape. Beyond her achievements on the global stage, Annie is known for her resilience, overcoming injury and personal challenges to remain at the top of her game. Her journey from a young gymnast in Iceland to a world-renowned CrossFit athlete is a source of inspiration for many.

Early Life and Background of Annie Thorisdottir

Annie Thorisdottir was born on September 18, 1989, in Reykjavik, Iceland. From a young age, she showed a keen interest in athletics, engaging in gymnastics and later exploring other sports, including pole vaulting and track and field. Annie’s early experiences in gymnastics laid a foundation for her exceptional body awareness and strength, qualities that would later define her CrossFit career.

Competitive Achievements of Annie Thorisdottir

Annie’s competitive journey in CrossFit began in 2009, marking the start of a decade-spanning career that would see her ascend to the top of the sport. Her back-to-back wins at the CrossFit Games in 2011 and 2012 earned her the title of “Fittest Woman on Earth,” making her the first woman to win the Games twice. Despite facing setbacks, including a serious back injury in 2013 and a battle with heatstroke in 2015, Annie consistently demonstrated her competitiveness, returning stronger each time. Notably, she achieved a podium finish in 2017 and again in 2021, less than a year after giving birth, showcasing her unparalleled resilience and dedication.

Personal Life of Annie Thorisdottir

Off the competition floor, Annie’s life is equally inspiring. She has been in a relationship with fellow CrossFit athlete Frederik Ægidius since 2012, and together they welcomed their daughter, Freyja Mist Ægidius Frederiksdottir, in August 2020. Annie has openly shared her experience with postpartum depression, advocating for mental health awareness and supporting women through their postpartum journeys. Alongside her personal commitments, Annie co-owns CrossFit Reykjavik, where she not only trains but also nurtures the next generation of CrossFit athletes.

Annie Thorisdottir’s Influence on CrossFit

Throughout her career, Annie Thorisdottir has not only accumulated impressive accolades but also left an indelible mark on the CrossFit community. Her strength, perseverance, and positive spirit have inspired countless individuals to pursue their fitness goals with passion and dedication. As the only individual athlete to compete in the CrossFit Games across three decades, Annie’s legacy extends beyond her personal achievements, embodying the spirit of CrossFit and its capacity to transform lives.

Annie Thorisdottir benchmarks

Squat: 125 kg
Clean: 108 kg
Snatch: 92 kg
Deadlift: 170 kg
Fran: 157 s
Grace: 80 s
Filthy 50: 907 s
Sprint 400m: 6420 s
Fight Gone Bad: 460 reps
Max Pull-ups: 80 reps

Annie Thorisdottir stats

Games 20231367%40Women
Europe Semifinal 2023296%60Women
Individual Quarterfinal 20231899%5710Women
Open 20235499%132782Women
Open 20221899%122177Women
Games 2021392%40Women
CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown 2021390%31Women
Individual Quarterfinals 20213999%5936Women
Open 202111899%108644Women
Open 2020299%94157Women
Games 20191191%131Women
Open 2019299%146363Women
Games 2018587%40Women
Europe 2018197%40Women
Open 2018599%171976Women
Games 2017392%40Women
Meridian 2017392%40Women
Open 2017799%159565Women
Games 20161367%40Women
Meridian 2016295%40Women
Open 20161099%130154Women
Games 2015385%40Women
Meridian 2015392%39Women
Open 2015199%108764Women
Games 2014295%43Women
Europe 2014197%43Women
Open 20142899%52076Women
Games 2012197%45Women
Europe 2012197%41Women
Open 2012399%14217Women
Games 2011197%47Women
Open 2011199%4506Women
Games 2010295%45Women
Games 20091184%72Women

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