Brooke Raboutou is a rock climber. At age 9, Brooke ticked a V10 and became the youngest female to climb a 5.13b. At 10, she sent a V11 and became the youngest female to climb 5.13d. At 11, she became the youngest female to send 5.14b. 5.14b. Raboutou also performed well on the youth climbing circuit from 2015 to 2018. In 2019, she qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by finishing ninth in the combined Climbing World Championships.
|Born:||April 9, 2001, Boulder, Colorado, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 2 in (2016)|
|Highest grade:||Redpoint: 5.14b, Bouldering|
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About Brooke Raboutou
Rock climbing/bouldering prodigy who became the youngest person to climb 5.14b at the age of 8. She set 7 climbing records before turning the age of 12 and would join Team ABC Boulder in 2005.
Brooke Raboutou Before Fame
She first climbed when she was just a one year old, with some help from her parents. She began climbing regularly at the age of 4 or 5.
Achievement of Brooke Raboutou
She competed in more than 35 international competitions in countries including Spain, South Africa and France all before becoming a teenager. She was featured on the THNKR Young Prodigies television program.
Brooke Raboutou Family Life
Her parents Robyn Erbesfield and Didier Raboutou were both world class and international competition circuit rock climbers. Her brother Shawn is also a climber.
Associations of Brooke Raboutou
She became a full-time rock climber just as Alex Honnold did as well.
Information related to Brooke Raboutou
- American rock climbers
- Female climbers
- American sportswomen