Brooke Raboutou

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Brooke Raboutou
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Brooke Raboutou
  • Birth Place Boulder, Colorado, United States
  • Famous Name Brooke Raboutou
  • Father Robyn Erbesfield-Raboutou
  • Mother Didier Raboutou
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity Mixed
  • Profession Rock Climber

Brooke Raboutou is an American professional rock climber. She qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by finishing ninth in the combined Climbing World Championships. Nathaniel Coleman, Kyra Condie, and Colin Duffy are also rock climbing team members of the US for the 2020 Olympics. 

Boulder, Colorado native, Brooke Raboutou was born on 9th April 2001, under the star sign Aries. She holds dual nationality American and French and is of mixed ethnic background. The twenty years old stands 5 ft 2 in (157 cm) tall. 

How Much Is Brooke Raboutou's Net Worth In 2021?

Brooke Raboutou has started her climbing career at the tender age of nine. From 2015-2018, she has competed on the youth climbing circuit, earning a decent sum of money. Before taking her time off for the 2020 Olympics, she was enrolling at the University of San Diego. 

Further, the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) awards $37,500 to athletes winning gold, $22,500 for silver, and $15,000 for bronze medals. 

There is no information on Raboutou's net worth.

Brooke Raboutou Personal Life: Family & Relationship

Brooke Raboutou came from an athlete family. Both her parents: Didier Raboutou and Robyn Erbesfield-Raboutou, are former world champion rock climbers. Her mother won the 3X World Cup champion and her father is a five-time US champion and four-time World Cup Champion. Her brother Shawn is also a climber.

Brooke Brooke Raboutou with her family SOURCE: Playerswiki

Coming to her love life, Raboutou has not spoken about her relationship or boyfriend publically. Neither any media has found her affairs, Seems like the climber prefers her personal life private, Hence, she is believed to be single. 

Career

At the age of nine, Brooke Raboutou ticked a V10 and became the youngest female to climb a 5.13b. The following year, she sent a V11, becoming the youngest female to climb 5.13d. At eleven, she set another record to send 5.14b (8c).

From 2015- to 2018, she also performed well on the youth climbing circuit. 

In 2018, she enrolled at the University of San Diego but took time off in early 2020 to prepare for the since-postponed Tokyo Olympics. 

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