R0AD TO THE 2019 CROSSFIT GAMES
team Project X, a team consisting of crossfit Games athletes Jess Coughlan, Brandon Swan, Khan Porter, and Harriet Roberts. the team booked their ticket to the 2019 crossfit games at the australian crossfit championship in january.
Team Project X was formed in December of 2018 with a view to compete and podium at the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games.
The Team booked their ticket to the Games via the third Sanctioned event – The Australian CrossFit Championship. Project X dominated the Championship with one third place finish, and seven first place finishes from eight events.
Project X will next compete at the Asian CrossFit Championship in April with the goal of getting more experience prior to the CrossFit Games.
In the meantime the team will be hosting seminars in Australia and Asia. Click the link above to book your spot.
MEET TEAM PROJECT X
Jessica Coughlan started CrossFit in 2011, arriving with muscle ups under her belt, she competed in the Open and her first Regionals shortly after commencing. Jess has competed at 7 CrossFit Regionals, and 1 CrossFit Games. Prior to commencing CrossFit Jess was a gymnast, a Cross Country runner, and a Les Mills Body Attack fanatic. When Jess is not training and running RAW Strength and Conditioning and CrossFit Norwest, she is fostering kittens for AWL and looking after her farm.
Brandon Swan has been competing in CrossFit since 2011. He has competed at 8 regionals and 3 CrossFit Games. Prior to CrossFit, Brandon was a rugby league player and is excited to be competing in a team again with Project X. When Brandon isn’t competing or training, he is spending time at home with his wife and trying to adopt more rescue animals. He works out to Queen and the Greatest Showman exclusively.
Harriet Roberts, the token Kiwi of the team, started CrossFit in 2012. With her background of swimming and gymnastics she took to the sport quickly. Haz has competed at 5 CrossFit Regionals (Best placing 6th) and 2 x CrossFit Games as a Team Athlete (Best placing 6th). Most recently she placed 8th at the Dubai CrossFit Championships. Growing up in Singapore Haz cannot live without rice, and just quietly makes a mean sweet potato bake.
Khan grew up playing Rugby and started CrossFit in 2012. In 2013 he made Regionals for the first time finishing 10th and the following year qualified for the CrossFit Games for the first time. Khan has since competed at the CrossFit Games 4 times (2014, 2015, 2016 & 2018). Khan trains out of his gym Play Movement Co in Sydney and is currently in his second year of a Bachelor of Psychology. Khan loves to explore (visiting Harry Potter world in 2016) and has had the opportunity to travel the world running training camps and workshops based around his philosophies on fitness and mindset. He loves a grueling EMOM as much as a cheeky beer.