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About Cristelle.

Cristelle was born and raised in London, England. She played every sport available to her, excelling in the 200m sprint, the javelin in which she won the London city championships and tennis. At the age of 14 Cristelle decided to focus solely on her tennis career and within a few years was representing England and Great Britain both on home soil and internationally, as well as reaching the quarter finals of Junior Wimbledon in doubles. 


Cristelle reached a career high world wide ranking of 374 in both singles and doubles before coming to the United States and playing for Northwestern University. At Northwestern, she won the Big Ten Championships four consecutive years, as well as winning the ITA Nationals Indoor doubles championship. Cristelle was ranked number 1 in the nation both in singles and doubles and she won the NCAA division 1 National doubles championship her senior year.   


After college Cristelle was the assistant coach to the Yale women’s tennis team and then the URI women’s tennis team. 


Cristelle discovered CrossFit in 2017 after a tennis lesson’s mother brought her into her local box. Cristelle saw her friend doing BMU and was instantly hooked. Since 2017 Cristelle has earned her L1 and L2 in CrossFit as well her USA weightlifting L1, her Precision Nutrition level 1 and her OPEX certification. 


Cristelle is also a competitive masters athlete in the 40-45 division. She has competed in the Masters Fitness Collective three years in a row, the Legends Championship in 2021 and she finished inside the top 60 in the world in quarter finals in 2023.

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