The biggest boys in the game (105kg + Class) are performing ridiculous feats of power and strength. For example, 2010 World Team member Patrick Judge, totals at 378kg (831.6lbs). Perhaps even more impressive is the lifting of Kendrick Farris from the 85kg division. Farris holds the American record for the Clean and Jerk in his weight class at 203kg. At a body weight of just under 187lbs (3 classes below Judge), Farris totals 362kg (just shy of 800lbs). Yes we are talking about human beings, not cranes.
The women are no less impressive. CrossFit community favorite Natalie Burgener lifts in the 63kg class. At this weight, Natalie was 12th in the world at the Beijing Olympics. More recently she swept the competition at Nationals. Both her clean and jerk (110kg/242lbs) and snatch (95kg/209lbs) would make most CrossFit males envious.
Impressively, Chris Spealler, 3rd place finisher form the 2010 CrossFit Games, totals unofficially at just over 200kg. This would place him 8th in the nation in the 62kg weight class.
Matt Chan, the 4th fittest man in the world, would place 40th in the country in the 94kg weight class. This is a decisive 70kg behind Jonathon North, the top lifter in his weight class.
Kristan Clever unofficially totals 150kg (330lbs) in 58kg weight class. This would tie her for 10th in the nation. In similar fashion, Jasmine Dever would rank 27th overall in the 69kg weight, class with a total of 139kg/305lbs.
Now the question remains, how do you stack up?