Sigmundsdottir: I love the pain, and I love the suffering. Sigmundsdottir’s coach: Back to the bar! Davidsdottir: There are a lot of very fit, very strong girls out there. Smith: I feel like I have a shot to win any time that I go to the Games. Toomey: You can’t underestimate anyone. Sigmundsottir: I think about it every single day. Fraser: They’re there to win, so I look at it like they’re trying to take it from me. Castro: This is about crushing the people next to you, and this is about trying to win the CrossFit Games. If you’re not coming for that reason, you should just quit now. Mckernan: Being a CrossFit Games athlete is basically a mental illness. Woodland: You don’t know how good you have to be just to suck at the CrossFit Games. Davidsdottir: Champions don’t have balance. The only reason that they are exceptional at what they do is because they focus all of their time and energy on it. Castro: Prep your bags for a flight. Sigmundsdottir: Where are we going? When are we coming back? Fraser: Constantly have that fear of someone chasing you. You just feel it on the back of your neck. Bridges shouting: I hate you!
Bridges voiceover: I want to win in this workout. I want it to be a dominant performance. Woodland: What a fight by Josh Bridges. Castro: You have to completely commit to changing your life. Bergeron: You gotta be good at everything, and you don’t know if we’re going to go to the mountains. You don’t know if you’re going to the beach. Truly, who’s the world’s fittest athlete? Castro: That is your sole existence and goal, and even then, you’re probably not going to make it. Woodland: This is a battle that started last year, and this war is going to carry over into Sunday. Sherwood: I like seeing the athletes suffer. Fraser: I want to crush all of them. Woodland: What can’t this guy do? Fraser: Every single person in here is screaming. Woodland: These two heavyweights are trading some big punches here. Sigmundsdottir: This is the workout where you can’t look around. Sherwood: Set yourself on fire. The pace is “Go!” Woodland: And this one goes to Katrin Davidsdottir. Toomey: Come on Tia, you’ve gotta go! Woodland: Tia Toomey answers back. Marquez: It felt like this championship prize fight. Davidsdottir: What I am right now is enough to win the CrossFit Games. Fraser: Goosebumps again.
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