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Mayra brandt boca raton | What happened to Mayra brandt crossfit?

Mayra brandt boca raton was a CrossFit athlete from Boca Raton, Florida. She owned a CrossFit gym called CrossFit Delray Beach. She also owned a cheerleading gym called Boca Extreme Cheer Company.

Mayra competed at the CrossFit Games three times. The CrossFit Games is a big fitness competition for the best CrossFit athletes. She competed with athletes her own age, which is called the Masters division.

In 2017 and 2018, Mayra finished 5th place in the Masters 35-39 division. This division is for athletes between ages 35-39. In 2022, she competed in the Masters 40-44 division. This is for athletes ages 40-44.

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What happened to Mayra brandt boca raton?

On February 18, 2024, Mayra Brandt passed away. She died from complications after recent surgery. Just two weeks before, Mayra said she would miss the 2024 CrossFit season because of health issues. She said she needed surgery and time to recover.

After Mayra died, many people in the CrossFit world shared tributes online. They posted condolences and memories of Mayra. The CrossFit community was very sad to lose her.

In the aftermath of Mayra Brandt’s untimely demise, the entire CrossFit and fitness community has shared tributes. Jordan Alexandra, a member of the Boca Extreme Cheer Company coached by Brandt, remembered her impact in a Facebook post.

“We didn’t talk every day after I left, but we stayed each other’s cheerleaders. You stayed my inspiration, and you will forever be. I love you, and knowing you’re gone doesn’t seem real... Forever Boca Always Extreme,” Alexandra stated.

Alexandra added that Brandt was “the coach she admired the most in the gym.” She apologized for once almost breaking Brandt’s nose and for only having one photo together despite knowing her for years. Alexandra described Brandt as a coach who was tough but fair, funny, and who “always did good by her team.”

Likewise, CrossFit athlete Alex McCoy recalled spending time with Brandt just a week before she passed away.

“I can’t believe that last Sunday I got to spend time with you, smiling, laughing, and reminiscing about the past and now you’re gone,” McCoy said.

He added that Brandt was not just a teammate but like a sister and part of his family. She helped not only with fitness but directly impacted his life.

“You forever changed my life and the lives of many other athletes. Your impact on the world will never be forgotten, and we will always hold you dear in our hearts,” he noted.


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