One of the top up-and-comers in CrossFit, Rogue athlete Jonne Koski exploded onto the international stage in 2014, winning the Euro Regionals at just 19 years of age. A year later, he took 1st place at the expanded Meridian Regional and raised plenty of eyebrows with his 9th place finish at the CrossFit Games. After having to withdraw due to injury in 2016, Jonne stormed back with another Top 10 finish at the ‘17 Games, notching 2nd place in the “Run Swim Run” and “Triple G Chipper” events. With a whole career ahead of him, the sky is clearly the limit right now for this skilled and determined athlete.
Koski’s athletic background includes six years of competitive youth swimming in his native Finland. By 16, he had shifted his attention to CrossFit, eventually coming under the wing of fellow Finn and Rogue athlete Mikko Salo—the 2009 CrossFit Games champion. Jonne continues to train out of CF Varasto in his hometown of Pori, Finland.