Highlights of the 2015 Kettlebell Sport World Championships

Highlights from the 2015 Kettlebell Sport World Championships (and my travel so far):


Lifting on the platform next to top female Kettlebell Sport athletes Ksenia Dedukhina and Tatyana Potemkina. I did 87 repetitions and placed 4th out of 7 in the 63kg weight class. 


Watching my friend and athlete Kristen compete as an Amateur lifter.

Hanging with Team USA and catching up with kettle-friends from all over the world.


Having both of my parents there to watch me lift – I knew my mom would be there, but was totally shocked to look over during my warm up and see my dad in the crowd!


Exploring the city of Dublin and the Cliffs of Moher.


Getting the tour of London from my little sister (over 30,000 steps walked that day!)


Joining in a crazy leg workout at The Commando Temple with Katarina Helcmanovska.


Learning from the UK’s top Kettlebell Sport lifter Abigail Johnston.


Competing in my first IKFF Pentathlon in Aberdeen with my Scottish hosts Abigail and Angelina (I earned 1134.25 points and a silver medal).


Playing around on my hands with my new friend and hand balance expert Gayle Pocock in Glasgow.


Coffee and pastries!!! Why do they taste so much better in Europe?!

I just arrived in Oslo, Norway where I will be for 6 days before heading to the Netherlands for the last leg of my European tour!

Thanks for following my trip and all of your support going into the World Championships.

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4 thoughts on “Highlights of the 2015 Kettlebell Sport World Championships”

  1. Cool post…

    Can you post a bit about the results? How’d you do? As a guy who can’t seem to get his upper body out of it and who burns out early on snatch with 24s, I’m in awe.


    1. Hi Konrad!

      I did 87 repetitions in about 7:30. I think I got 4th place out of 7 in my weight category. I wasn’t happy with it, but it was a good experience and I’m hungry to get better! Thanks for your interest and support.

  2. Hi Brittany ! Congrats on your lifting exploits and accomplishments overseas !
    I see they had several age categories in the Veterans division. Interesting. Wish we had that in the US !

  3. Britt,

    I wouldn’t be disappointed (literally). Snatching a 24 kg bell is no joke… Anyway, think how few people actually are at a level where they are in the same heat with someone like Ksenia.

    Keep on keeping on. Europe is addicting, eh?


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