|Other sources of wealth||Endorsements, Prize money|
|Net Worth||$100,000 to $1million|
|Last Updated||July 2021|
Shauna Coxsey is an English professional rock climber and is one of the most successful competition climbers in the UK. She won the IFSC Bouldering World Cup Season in 2016 and 2017. She’s also one of only four women ever to have climbed a boulder route graded 8B+, the third-most difficult rating of all.
Shauna will be representing the UK at the Tokyo Olympics where sport climbing will be making its debut and is a favourite to finish on the podium at the Olympics.
Let us take a look at all you need to know about Shauna Coxsey net worth, bio, endorsements, parents, career achievements and more.
Shauna Coxsey Net Worth 2021
Currently Coxsey’s net worth is estimated to be between $100,000 to $1million. The IFSC also awards around $3,000 to $3,500 for winners of World Cups. She also receives free shoes for climbing as well as money from sponsors.
Shauna Coxsey Endorsements 2021
Shauna is sponsored by Red Bull since 2015. She has also received an endorsement from Just Kampers. Lyon, Beal and Petzl provide Coxsey with climbing gear and equipment she requires.
Know more about Shauna Coxsey Parents
Shauna was born on 27th January 1993 in Cheshire, England to Mavis Coxsey and Mike Coxsey. Her father was an avid climber and urged Shauna to take up the sport.
Shauna has five half-sisters, one half-brother, and two stepsisters. She grew up climbing with her sisters mainly indoors until she finished highschool.
Shauna Coxsey Career Achievements
Shauna Coxsey was the world champion of the 2016 and 2017 Bouldering World Cup Championships. Specialising in bouldering, she has taken the gold medal at the British Championship from 2012 to 2016, with the exception of 2014.
Over her career, she has won a total of 30 medals in World Cups, of which 11 are gold. Here is a list of overall rankings Shauna Coxsey has got over the years.
|Overall bouldering World Cup 2012||3rd|
|Overall bouldering World Cup 2014||2nd|
|Overall bouldering World Cup 2015||2nd|
|Overall bouldering World Cup 2016||1st|
|Overall bouldering World Cup 2017||1st|
|Overall Combined World Cup 2012||3rd|
|Overall Combined World Cup 2019||3rd|