Brooke Raboutou is a professional rock climber from the United States. She was the youngest female to climb a 5.13b (8a) when she was 9 years old. At 10, she successfully climbed a V11 (8A). However, her father, Robyn Erbesfield and mother, Didier Raboutou were both world-class rock climbers on the international competition circuit. Shawn, her younger brother, is likewise a climber.
She became the youngest woman to send 5.14b (8c) at 11 years old. From 2015 through 2018, Raboutou excelled on the youth climbing circuit as well. She qualified for the 2020 Olympics by finishing ninth in the overall Climbing World Championships in 2019. Explore more about Brooke Raboutou‘s wiki, bio, age, height, weight, net worth, career and many more facts about her.
Brooke Raboutou Wiki, Bio
Raboutou was raised in Boulder, Colorado, and began skating at the age of two. Raboutou’s father, Didier Raboutou, is a former world champion rock climber.
Didier is a three-time World Cup winner and Robyn Erbesfield-Raboutou (Didier’s wife) is a four-time US champion and four-time World Cup champion.
Brooke Raboutou Height, Weight & Measurements
How tall is Brooke Raboutou? She is very good-looking and has an amazing personality. She stands at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall. While she weighs 61kg. Her body measurements are 34-27-41 Inches. Her bra cup size is 34 AA. The color of her eyes is dark green, and she has blonde colored hair.
Brooke Raboutou Age
Brooke Raboutou was born on April 9, 2001 in Colorado. She is 20 years old, as of 2022. She holds American nationality.
Brooke Raboutou Career
Raboutou began attending the University of San Diego in 2018 before taking a break from early 2020 to prepare for the later-postponed Tokyo Olympics. Raboutou finished 5th in the first Olympic Games event, known as Sport Climbing, with his partner, Sato.
Brooke Raboutou Facts
- At the age of one, she first climbed with some assistance from her parents.
- She began climbing on a regular basis when she was around the age of four or five.
- She began competing at the age of six, in events in Spain, South Africa, and France.
- She was recognized on the THNKR Young Prodigies television series before she turned 14.