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Steven Fawcett

Steven Fawcett Age


Steven Fawcett Height

173 cm

Steven Fawcett Weight

85 kg

Steven Fawcett Country

United Kingdom

Steven Fawcett Croosfit box

High Performance CrossFit

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Introduction to Steven Fawcett

Steven Fawcett, a name synonymous with excellence in CrossFit, has carved out a niche for himself as one of the sport’s most dedicated athletes. Hailing from the United Kingdom, Steven’s journey in CrossFit is a testament to hard work, determination, and an unwavering commitment to fitness.

Early Life and Background

While specific details about Steven’s early life are scarce, his athletic journey speaks volumes. Transitioning from a semi-professional football background and a general passion for sports, Steven found his calling in CrossFit, where he has been a formidable competitor for over a decade.

Steven Fawcett’s CrossFit Journey

Steven’s CrossFit career is marked by significant milestones, starting from his early days of following main site workouts to becoming the first UK man to make it to the CrossFit Games. His CrossFit Games debut in 2015 as an individual competitor was just the beginning. Steven also showcased his teamwork capabilities by competing in the team category in 2017 and 2019, demonstrating his versatility and commitment to the sport.

Competitive Achievements of Steven Fawcett

Steven Fawcett’s competitive record is impressive, with multiple appearances at the CrossFit Games. His achievements include a standout performance in the 2015 CrossFit Open, where he emerged as the top athlete in Europe, a testament to his skill, strategy, and fitness level. His consistent performances have seen him rank highly in both individual and team categories, with notable placements in the 2017 and 2019 CrossFit Games as part of a team and strong showings in age group categories as well.

Personal Life and Coaching Career

Steven’s influence extends beyond his competitive achievements; he is also a respected coach. With over 12 years of experience in CrossFit, both as an athlete and a coach, Steven has contributed significantly to the sport’s growth. He has coached athletes to a combined 15 CrossFit Games appearances, showcasing his ability to translate his knowledge and experience into tangible results for others. His role as HWPO Coaching Director underscores his expertise and dedication to fostering talent within the CrossFit community.

Steven’s personal approach to training and competition emphasizes the importance of hard work and strategic preparation. He has spoken candidly about the adjustments in his training regimen and diet that have propelled him to the top, including a focus on peaking for major competitions like the Open and Regionals, and how a shift in nutrition contributed to his “beginners’ gains” even as an experienced athlete.

Legacy and Impact

Steven Fawcett stands as a pillar of inspiration and dedication within the CrossFit community. His journey from semi-professional football to the pinnacle of CrossFit success exemplifies the transformative power of dedication and hard work. As an athlete and coach, Steven continues to influence the next generation of CrossFit enthusiasts, proving that with the right mindset, discipline, and support, anyone can achieve greatness in the sport.

Steven Fawcett benchmarks

Squat: 200 kg
Clean: 156 kg
Snatch: 120 kg
Deadlift: 202 kg
Fran: 131 s
Grace: 100 s
Helen: 410 s
Run 5k: 1140 s
Max Pull-ups: 65 reps

Steven Fawcett stats

Games 202399%10Men (35-39)
Europe Semifinal 20234623%60Men
Age Group Semifinal 20231258%29Men (35-39)
Age Group Quarterfinal 2023599%1742Men (35-39)
Individual Quarterfinal 202312698%7963Men
Open 202328399%169449Men
Open 202153099%137461Men
Open 20199599%195562Men
Open 20182168254%227562Men
Open 201712899%214519Men
Meridian 2016392%40Men
Open 20165699%178510Men
Games 20152635%40Men
Meridian 2015392%40Men
Open 20152299%153272Men
Europe 2014785%48Men
Open 201442499%80284Men
Europe 20131177%48Men
Open 201316699%52169Men
Europe 20123537%56Men
Open 201232098%25027Men
Open 2011299665%8620Men

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