A young girl from Colorado has become a rock-climbing phenom, breaking world records in the sport regularly.
"Not that any of this is a surprise," Gabe Zaldivar of Bleacher Report wrote of 11-year-old Brooke Raboutou. "The little girl is the daughter of former world champion climbers, Robyn Erbesfield-Raboutou and Didier Raboutou."
Still, the young climber is talented in her own right, conquering difficult routes that were noce thought impossible for someone her age.
"If I don't make a route, it's just motivating because I don't want to leave it undone," Brooke said.
"This is definite the hardest route I have done so far," Brooke wrote after completing the historic Welcome to Tijuana climb. "It is very beautiful and crimpy."
"Brooke's ascent signifies another step in the progression of both youth and female climbers. Not only is she the youngest female to climb the grade but she is also the youngest person overall," DPM Climbing reported.
Her story was featured this week on the bi-weekly online program PRODIGIES.
According to Brooke, her future plans are to "climb forever and also coach little kids."