Matt Fraser He will retire at 31 years old. Michael Jordan High intensity fitness program On Wednesday, February 3, he announced his farewell after eight intense lives for and for the sport, since he jumped into this world in 2012. Al-Kindy passes through the big door as the most successful athlete ever in a high-intensity fitness program.
“Like many who walked into the box, I never thought I’d find my best friends, co-workers, my wife, countless life lessons and five golds. Today I left this sport “Older, wiser, fitter, more grateful,” the athlete said on his official Instagram account.
Fraser He left it after winning the last five CrossFit games (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020) respectively. This competition brings together the world’s best athletes in this way. He had no competitors and that was evident in the tournament after the tournament. His farewell caused a sensation in the United States, with fans and experts of the sport switching to his idol on the day of his farewell.
The Canadian left-wing weightlifting in 2012 with a dream one day to win an Olympic gold medal, to jump to High intensity fitness program. He lived for this until he surpassed the great authority of the time, Rich Fröning, and became goats Of this sport.
In the statement he made to his Instagram account, Fraser “I’m starting a new chapter in my life with the same HWPO mindset (Hard work pays off). From now on, the decisions I make will depend not only on how it affects my performance, but also on how it affects my family and friends, my health and my happiness,” he says. Will continue to connect with the CrossFit world but not compete: “I will continue to be a part of the CrossFit community, just because I won’t continue doing so off the beaten track.”