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Laura Horvath

Laura Horvath Age


Laura Horvath Height

170 cm

Laura Horvath Weight

70 kg

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Early Life and Background of Laura Horvath

Laura Horvath, born on March 21, 1997, in Budapest, Hungary, embarked on her athletic journey with a background in sport climbing before transitioning to CrossFit, where she has since made a significant mark.

Laura Horvath’s CrossFit Journey

Horvath’s CrossFit career is distinguished by her remarkable ascent from rookie to one of the sport’s most formidable athletes. Her breakthrough came in 2018 when she secured second place at the CrossFit Games, earning the title of Rookie of the Year. Despite facing challenges in the subsequent seasons, including a setback in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Horvath’s dedication and hard work paid off. Training under the guidance of former champion Ben Smith, she made a strong comeback, finishing second in 2021 and third in 2022 at the CrossFit Games. 2023 marked a milestone year for Horvath as she clinched her first title at the Games, showcasing her dominance and versatility across various events.

Competitive Achievements of Laura Horvath

Laura Horvath’s competitive record is nothing short of impressive. Her journey from a promising rookie to the Fittest Woman on Earth in 2023 has been marked by consistent performances and a series of podium finishes at the CrossFit Games. Horvath’s achievements include silver medals in 2018 and 2021, a bronze in 2022, and her victorious 2023 campaign where she emerged as the champion. Besides her success at the CrossFit Games, Horvath has also excelled in weightlifting, setting a new Hungarian record in the clean & jerk at the 2023 Hungarian Weightlifting National Championships.

Laura Horvath’s Personal Life

Outside of her athletic endeavors, Laura Horvath maintains a low profile regarding her personal life. Her journey is a testament to her resilience, dedication, and the support of the CrossFit community, which eagerly anticipates her future competitions and potential defenses of her title.

Laura Horvath in 2023 and Beyond

After her triumphant 2023 season, Laura Horvath’s status in the CrossFit community has never been higher. With a first-place finish at the CrossFit Games and a successful defense of her Rogue Invitational throne, Horvath’s hard work and determination have clearly paid off. As she looks to the future, the CrossFit community eagerly awaits her next steps, with high expectations for her performances in upcoming competitions.

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Laura Horvath stats

Games 2023197%40Women
Europe Semifinal 2023395%60Women
Individual Quarterfinal 2023299%5710Women
Open 202318599%132782Women
CrossFit Games 2022392%40Women
CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown 2022196%30Women
Individual Quarterfinals 20222199%5279Women
Open 202210399%122177Women
Games 2021295%40Women
CrossFit Lowlands Throwdown 2021293%31Women
Individual Quarterfinals 2021399%5936Women
Open 20215299%108644Women
Games 20202419%30Women
Open 20201099%94157Women
Games 20191489%131Women
Open 201923499%146363Women
Games 2018295%40Women
Europe 2018295%40Women
Open 20181899%171976Women
Meridian 20171172%40Women
Open 20174499%159565Women
Meridian 2016782%40Women
Open 201619099%130154Women
Open 2015null0%108764Women

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