Lauren Fisher

Though still just 28, Rogue athlete Lauren Fisher has been one of the best known names in CrossFit for a long time now—dating back to her impressive debut at the NorCal Regionals in 2012. Since then, she’s collected a Top 10 finish at the Games (2014), a 1st place finish at the California Regional (2016), and seven overall Games appearances in total (4 individual, 3 team). In 2018, Lauren took on a whole new challenge, leaving her usual West Coast stomping grounds to move to Dubai and compete in the Meridian Regional. The result: a podium finish and another trip to Madison. A year later, she shook things up again, re-joining Team Invictus and new fiancé Rasmus Andersen on their road to a podium finish (3rd overall) at the 2019 Games.

Lauren first got into CrossFit when she was a high school basketball player, and it seemed to pay off, as her team won back-to-back California State Championships. At the same time, Fisher’s talent for Olympic weightlifting led her to pursue that sport competitively, as well, making appearances at the American Open and Junior Pan Am Championships with Team USA.

As a Rogue athlete, Lauren’s versatility, determination, and boundless enthusiasm continue to make her a popular figure and an inspiration to many up-and-coming athletes around the world.