Andrea Ager started doing CrossFit in September 2010 in her native Colorado. She moved to California in 2011, the state where CrossFit was born and is still booming, to coach, compete, and chase some of the best CrossFit women in the world. While in California, Andrea defined herself as a vital team competitor and an aggressive individual competitor amongst the best in the world. In 2013, Andrea finished the open 7th place in the world. In 2012, Andrea finished the open 6th place in the world and 5th in the SoCal Regionals. In 2011, Andrea finished the open in 17th place in SoCal and was part of the Brick team that placed 5th at the 2011 Crossfit Games. Andrea recently returned to Colorado to focus full-time on training and achieving her goal of returning to the CrossFit Games.
Prior to discovering CrossFit, Andrea ran track for Mesa State University in Colorado while earning an Exercise Science degree. She competed in the 400m hurdles, 800m, 200m, 4x400m relay and triple jump. In high school she competed in track, swimming and volleyball.