Zeke Grove Profile Picture

Zeke Grove

Zeke Grove Age

[display_age_from_date birthdate="1992-02-26"]

Zeke Grove Height

169 cm

Zeke Grove Weight

182 lb

Zeke Grove Country

Australia

Zeke Grove Croosfit box

CrossFit Carv

Zeke Grove Instagram

Introduction to Zeke Grove

Zeke Grove is a name synonymous with resilience, strength, and an undying passion for CrossFit. Emerging from the Gold Coast, Australia, Zeke’s journey in the CrossFit arena is a testament to his hard work, dedication, and an unwavering commitment to the sport. Known for his exceptional gymnastic skills and competitive spirit, Zeke has made a significant mark on the CrossFit community, both as an athlete and a coach.

Early Life and Background of Zeke Grove

Zeke’s athletic journey began long before he discovered CrossFit. From a young age, he was involved in various sports, showcasing his versatility and competitive nature. His foray into athletics saw him dabbling in everything from golf to rugby league and swimming. It was this foundation in diverse sports that equipped Zeke with a broad skill set, eventually leading him to CrossFit. His transition to CrossFit began on the Gold Coast, where he found his true calling and passion.

Zeke Grove’s CrossFit Journey

Zeke’s CrossFit journey commenced in 2012, following a successful stint in football and a deep appreciation for team sports. This transition marked the beginning of a new chapter, one that would see him evolve into a formidable CrossFit athlete. Under the guidance of his coach and mentor, Darren Coughlan, Zeke’s prowess in CrossFit quickly escalated. His dedication to training, coupled with a rigorous regimen, saw him making his first CrossFit Games appearance in 2016, a mere four years after embarking on his CrossFit journey.

Competitive Achievements of Zeke Grove

Zeke’s competitive achievements are a reflection of his hard work and dedication to the sport. With four CrossFit Games appearances under his belt, he has consistently proven his mettle against some of the best athletes in the world. Notably, Zeke’s gymnastic skills have always set him apart, allowing him to excel in bodyweight movements and endurance challenges. Despite facing challenges, including the need to withdraw from the Australian CrossFit Championship due to physical concerns, Zeke’s spirit and determination have never waned.

Personal Life and Training Philosophy

Outside of his competitive achievements, Zeke is deeply involved in the CrossFit community as a coach. He co-founded CrossFit Live Elite, which later evolved into CrossFit Carv, where he continues to inspire and train athletes of all levels. Zeke’s coaching philosophy is rooted in his own experiences as an athlete, emphasizing hard work, dedication, and the importance of a strong foundational skill set. His approach to training and life reflects a commitment to excellence, resilience, and the pursuit of one’s best self.

Zeke Grove’s journey from a multi-sport athlete to a CrossFit icon is a powerful reminder of where passion, hard work, and dedication can lead. His story is not just about personal achievement but also about contributing to and elevating the CrossFit community. As Zeke continues to push the boundaries of what is possible, his legacy as an athlete and coach only grows stronger, inspiring a new generation of CrossFit enthusiasts to pursue their dreams with the same fervor and determination.

Zeke Grove benchmarks

Squat: 200 kg
Clean: 158 kg
Snatch: 125 kg
Deadlift: 235 kg
Fran: 116 s
Grace: 69 s
Helen: 433 s
Max Pull-ups: 66 reps

Zeke Grove stats

CompetitionRankPercentileEntrantsDivision
Oceania Semifinal 202300%30Men
Individual Quarterfinal 202328896%7963Men
Open 20235199%169449Men
Individual Quarterfinals 2022413243%7274Men
Open 20229299%154815Men
Torian Pro 20211743%30Men
Individual Quarterfinals 202116897%8011Men
Open 202111799%137461Men
Open 202018099%133874Men
Open 20194399%195562Men
Games 20183025%40Men
Pacific 2018587%40Men
Open 20184899%227562Men
Games 20173315%39Men
Pacific 2017490%40Men
Open 201710499%214519Men
Games 2016392%40Men
Pacific 2016490%40Men
Open 201613799%178510Men
Pacific 20151270%40Men
Open 20159299%153272Men
Australia 2014785%47Men
Open 201457199%80284Men
Open 2013102598%52169Men

Other top athletes