February 21, 2022

Shauna Coxsey Net Worth, Biography, Career, Personal Life

by Kevin

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Shauna Coxsey Net Worth: $4-6 Million

Shauna Coxsey’s net worth stands at approximately $4-6 million dollars. 

Most Important Facts about Shauna Coxsey Life

Celebrated Name:Shauna Coxsey
Real Name/Full Name:Shauna Coxsey
Gender:Female
Birth Date:1993, January 27
Birth Place:Runcorn, Cheshire, England
Nationality:British
Height:163 cm (5 ft 4 in)
Weight:58 kg (128 lb)
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Blonde
Parents Name:Mike Coxsey (father), Mavis Coxsey (mother)
Siblings:Five half-sisters,Two stepsisters, One half brother
School:N/A
College/University:N/A
Marital Status:Married
Husband/Spouse (Name):Ned Feehally ​(m. 2021)
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):N/A
Dating/Boyfriend (Name):Ned Feehally ​(m. 2021)
Zodiac Sign:Aquarius
Books:N/A
Documentaries:Wall Climb for Gold
Wikipedia:Shauna_Coxsey
IMDB:N/A
Instagram:shaunacoxsey
LinkedIn:N/A
Twitter:shaunacoxsey
Facebook:shaunacoxsey
YouTubeN/A
Official Website:N/A
Profession:Professional Rock Climber
Top 10 Female Climbers:Yes, this is the list of the best female climbers
Salary/year:approx. $1 020 000
Net Worth in 2022:$5-6 million
Last Updated:2022

Shauna Coxsey’s Early Life and Biography

Shauna Coxsey is a British mountaineering athlete born on January 27, 1993, in Runcorn, Cheshire, England, to Mike and Mavis Coxsey. Her father was an established rock climber and was even an inspiration to Shauna Coxsey. 

But it was a television program on French climber Catherine Destivelle who inspired her to begin climbing at the age of four. She got right to work on it, and she has always been an excellent climber since she was a youngster.

She is regarded as one of the most accomplished climbers in the U.K. after winning the 2016 and 2017 IFSC Boulder’s world tournament s.

Shauna Coxsey’s Climbing Career 

  • Shauna has been a critical figure in the sport’s growth and has competed in several world events. Again, she is a multiple U.K champion for bouldering. Besides, Shauna is still credited with the number 9 Melloblocco edition in the 2012 championship.
  • She came out in position 2 in Log-Dragomer’s and Innsbrucks world cups in the same year. To wrap up the year, she would participate in the boulder’s world tournament only to be placed in the third position.
  • In 2013, Coxsey was the only climber to ascend Nuthin’But Sunshine in 8B (V13) in the Rocky Mountain. She was then, in late 2013, named a representative to the British Mountaineering Council. Coxsey extended her winning streak at the IFSC’s boulders world cup in 2014, where she won a silver medal after coming in second. Unfortunately, she was three positions short of reaching the top in Munich. 
  • She became the third female athlete ever to break an 8B+grade V14 route when she scaled Magic Wood’s baseline in 2014. would be declared a British Boulder’s Tournament winner in Sheffield in 2015 and a World Cup champion in Munich in 2016, and she continued to excel in bouldering.
  • In 2016 she became a member of the British Empire (MBE). However, Coxsey sustained a bruise on the shoulder later that year and could not compete in the bouldering world championships.
  • Even so, she was awarded 4 IFSC World Cups in Meiringen, Kazo, Innsbruck, and Sheffield. And, In 2017, Coxsey came in second place in Munich’s world cup. She further added more bouldering titles in Meiringen, Mumbai, and Vail.
  • In addition to her bronze medal in bouldering, she won a bronze in the combined event in 2019’s IFSC World tournament in Hachioji. She established the U.K.’s women’s speed record of nine seconds and 141 microseconds in her previous appearance in the mixed competition. Despite falling to Aleksandra, she won second place in the mixed pace building by beating Futaba and Miho. By finishing in the finals of the combined competition, she qualified for the following year’s Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Shauna Coxsey’s Education

There are little to no facts about Shauna’s academics. However, according to an interview with her former high school teacher, it’s evident that she did her studies at the Grange. Details about her college education have yet to emerge.

Shauna Coxsey’s Personal Life: Dating, Boyfriend, Husband, Kids

Coxsey parents are Mavis and Mike Coxsey, and She is a sister to seven others, two of which are adopted. Shauna is married to a fellow climber, Ned Feehally. It’s their common interest in climbing that drove them to date. The couple has forged a unique bond. They work together, and it is easy to spot them out on weekends.

Shauna Coxsey’s Height, Weight, and Age

Shauna was born on January 27, 1993, making her 27 years old as of January 1, 2022. She stands at the height of 163 cm. She has managed to maintain her weight of 128 pounds. According to interviews conducted with her, the 27-year-old exercises daily to maintain her body mass.

Shauna Coxsey’s Awards, Achievements, Nominations

  • Shauna has been a Member of the Order of the British Empire starting from 2016. This is an accolade she earned for her outstanding climbing services. In the same year, she was offered sponsorship by Five Ten and Adidas.
  • She has also been competitive in bouldering tournaments, starting on the right foot when she finished third in the 2012 world cup when she was just 18. As for her progress, her medals in that field have been growing since 2012. In fact, in 2016, she won four gold medals in the climbing world cup.
  • In 2013, she successfully tackled her first graded 8B (V13). That was by climbing the Nuthin’ But Sunshine in Rocky Mountain National Park. In December of the same year, she was selected as one of Britain’s mountaineering ambassadors.
  • She came in second in the IFSC Boulder’s world tournament the following year. Again, she was placed in the number 4 position in Munich’s Bouldering World Championships. This would then be followed by another achievement of being the first lady to boulder an 8B+ (V14). Not only that, she came out on top after scaling the new baseline in a magic wood.
  • When she participated in the British bouldering championships held in Sheffield in 2015, she was unbeaten for the top position.

Shauna Coxsey’s Movies, Documentaries, Books

Shaina has been featured in the Wall Climb for Gold, a unique documentary where she and four other female athletes are presented with a lifetime challenge.

That is, competing for the first time in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. For nearly two years, the wall climbs for gold for nearly two years, tracing elite climbers including Garnbret, Coxsey, Miho Nonaka, and Raboutou.

They compete in the Tokyo 2020 qualifying events and face a demanding season of competition and training. Unfortunately, everything is halted by the COVID pandemic.

The games are postponed, and the film starts to revolve around how these women are confronting their mental states while still focusing on the postponed Olympics. Even so, this documentary depicts all that it takes to become an Olympian.

Shauna Coxsey’s Net Worth and Salary

Shauna Coxsey is guaranteed a monthly salary that falls between $80k and USD 85k. Her estimated net worth as of 2022 ranged from $4 million to $6 million USD.

This phenomenal climber has been under Red Bull’s sponsorship since 2015. Her other endorsements include the Kampers, Beal, and Petzl. Again, the latter is responsible for her climbing gear.

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About the author 

Kevin

Kevin loves bouldering. Mainly because he can practice it alone without considering other people. Although he rediscovered this hobby in the last three years, the boulders turned out to be his most visited landmarks.

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