Christos Christoudias

Founder, CEO

Christos founded FlashWOD in 2013 as the culmination of two things he loves; Crossfit and Product Development. Since starting Crossfit in April of 2012, Christos felt that the needs of the community were being underserved by the current software solutions available. FlashWOD was conceived as a solution that would be simpler and more effective than other offerings. Christos currently resides in San Francisco, CA and Crossfits at Arena Ready Crossfit. He enjoys an active life including playing recreational sports, hiking, camping, and excessive snowboarding in the winter. Christos graduated from Tufts University in 1999 where he majored in Computer Engineering and also earned all-conference and all-New England honors as a center playing NCAA football. Christos' current focus is on the constant improvement of FlashWOD as a product.
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Matt Smith

Director of Affiliate Relations

Matt Smith is our Director of Affiliate Relations and has been doing Crossfit since September 2012. He is a Level 2 Certified Trainer and spent 8 months as a coach at Arena Ready Crossfit in San Francisco. He currently is living a lifelong dream of be a mountain town local up in Lake Tahoe California and trains at Crossfit Avalanche. Matt graduated from Colby College in 2000, where he was a quarterback in football and catcher in baseball. He's a lover of the outdoors and in addition to his passion for Crossfit, he also enjoys skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and kayaking. With his coaching experience and enthusiasm for sports and using Crossfit, Matt brings a special ability to build a rapport with affiliates since joining in July of 2014.
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Bella

Director of Company Culture

Bella is Christos' dog. She is a German Shorthaired Pointer mix but she looks like a black lab. Her job is to make Christos smile. She excels at her job. She excels at running WODs and box jumps often crushing her human counterparts. Unfortunately, he performance on barbell movements is poor due to the lack of opposable thumbs.
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