Barebells Athlete Brand Ambassadors Dominate 2020 CrossFit®Games
10/13/2020

Several Athletes Compete to be the Fittest Man and Woman on Earth

Online PR News – 13-October-2020 – LOS ANGELES – Barebells – the revolutionary, high-in-protein, no added sugar* protein bar brand – was represented at this year’s CrossFit® Games from September 18th-19th by several competing athlete brand ambassadors. Fueled with Barebells’ protein and nutrition, the athletes brought leading performances all weekend long.

“Barebells is dedicated to working with athletes and ambassadors that inspire others to achieve their full potential,” said Ben Jones, CEO. “We seek to provide people with the fuel they need to be their best, and we are proud to partner with ambassadors that embrace these same values.”

Barebells’ brand ambassadors and CrossFit® athletes Brooke Haas and Haley Adams brought outstanding performances, with Adams placing 3rd overall and qualifying for the subsequent competition in Northern California from October 19th-25th.

Held annually, the CrossFit® Games is a grueling, multi-day, multi-event competition spotlighting elite athletes from around the world in the ultimate test of fitness. This year’s competition featured two stages: the first took place in the athletes’ home countries, with top performers advancing to the in-person finals in California, where the Fittest Man and Fittest Woman on Earth will be named.

Barebells is available via online retailers such as Bodybuilding.com and Amazon, and can also be purchased at Trader Joe’s and select retailers and gyms nationwide. To learn more, visit https://barebells.com/us/ or follow them on Instagram.

About Barebells
Barebells was launched in Sweden in 2016 to offer products high-in-protein that never compromise on flavor. Since the launch, the functional food brand has revolutionized the industry with its bestselling protein bars delivering 20g protein and no added sugar* - a real treat for everyone who wants to feed their cravings.

*Not a low or reduced calorie food. See nutrition information for sugar, calorie and saturated fat content

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