Lauren Fisher: 2019 CrossFit Games Athlete

Lauren Fisher is a wildly successful and athlete at a very young age.
Lauren Fisher is a wildly successful and athlete at a very young age.

This week, four-time CrossFit Games individual athlete Lauren Fisher takes on Alessandra Pichelli during the 19.3 CrossFit Open announcement.

You can find details on how to live stream the announcement here on WeRFitness.

Fisher first qualified for the CrossFit Games at the mere age of 18 in 2014. Since then, she’s gone on to six appearances in the Games: twice on a team and four times as an individual. In fact, her CrossFit Invictus team has already won a berth to the 2019 CrossFit Games after placing first at the Dubai CrossFit Championship.


February 1st, 1994




5′ 5″


140 LBS

Relationship Status

Sorry boys and girls, Lauren is in a long-time relationship with fellow CrossFit star Rasmus Anderson.

Social Media


Fisher is currently a full-time athlete and entrepreneur. She has a number of sponsors ranging from athletic wear to nutrition, and runs her own fitness gear company Grown Strong.



Lauren has three older brothers. One of which is Garret Fisher – another prominent CrossFit Athlete.

Garret is competing in his eighth CrossFit Open and has never finished worse than 254th, peaking in 2018 at 14th place. He has appeared as an individual athlete in the CrossFit Games in 2013, 2016, 2017 (placing 5th, 20th, 13th).

Early Career

Fisher was raised in San Diego, where the played sports including soccer, softball, gymnastics, swimming, and basketball. She won back-to-back state champions as a basketball player at St Mary’s High School in California and was on the school’s national championship team.

As an Olympic weightlifter, Fisher won the 2014 USA Weightlifting Junior National Championship.

CrossFit Career

Lauren first started CrossFit in 2008 at the age of 14 to improve her fitness for her basketball ambitions.

By 2012, she had rocketed up the charts to place top-twelve in the now-defunct Northern California regional event.

As a team member, she placed seventh and 13th at the 2013 and 2015 CrossFit Games with CrossFit Invictus.

Fisher has also competed as an individual in 2014, 2016, 2017, and 2018. She took ninth (at the age of 18), 25th, 30th, and 31st overall.

Her Open statistics aren’t explosive, but it’s worth noting she has never finished outside of the top 320, peaking in 2015 at 18th globally.

This is her eighth CrossFit Open, but she’s going to the 2019 CrossFit Games regardless of how she does. As a member of the 2018 CrossFit Invictus team, Fisher has already qualified through a team win at the Dubai CrosssFit Championship.

Fisher’s CrossFit Transformation

By Ben Garves

Ben Garves is a digital product expert, author, entertainer, and activist. His portfolio of thought leadership in digital marketing and web experiences has included major clients like Microsoft, Google, Twitter, eBay, and Facebook. He’s also a freelance health and fitness journalist with over 400 stories written since 2018, a podcaster with 200 episodes to his name, and runs a YouTube channel with over 100 fitness and activism-oriented videos and live streams. Ben has founded the Fitness is for Everyone™ initiative to raise awareness about social injustice in both racial inequality and socioeconomic disparity in access to quality fitness and nutrition options around the globe.


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