Frederik Aegidius: 2019 CrossFit Games Athlete

Frederik Aegidius is a CrossFit Games athlete representing Denmark. He has made four appearances at the Games, but his 2019 campaign fell to a back injury which forced him to withdraw. That year, he placed 18th in the CrossFit Open and 22nd in the Dubai CrossFit Championship. His invite came through his national champion status.

Most notably, Aegidius hasn’t finished outside the top-100 at the CrossFit Open in more than eight years. His finishes include five top-25 performances, and he has placed top-20 at the CrossFit Games three times.

CountryDenmark
GymReebok Crossfit Reykjavík
Coach
Age32
Height5′ 9″
Weight185

2019 CrossFit Games Season

CrossFit Games Finish143T (Withdrawn)
2019 CrossFit SanctionalsDubai CrossFit Championship – 22nd
2019 CrossFit Open Rank18th
2019 Qualification MethodNational Champion

2018 CrossFit Games Season

2018 CrossFit Games Finish21st
2018 CrossFit Open Rank46th

2017 CrossFit Games Season

2017 CrossFit Games Finish24th
2017 CrossFit Open Rank28th

2016 CrossFit Games Season

2016 CrossFit Games Finish
2016 CrossFit Open Rank26th

2015 CrossFit Games Season

2015 CrossFit Games Finish
2015 CrossFit Open Rank47th

2014 CrossFit Games Season

2014 CrossFit Games Finish
2014 CrossFit Open Rank76th

2013 CrossFit Games Season

2013 CrossFit Games Finish15th
2013 CrossFit Open Rank25th

2012 CrossFit Games Season

2012 CrossFit Games Finish30th
2012 CrossFit Open Rank30th

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