Chloe Kim | Biography, Boyfriend, Wiki, Age, Height

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Chloe Kim

Chloe Kim is a very talented and dedicated snowboarder from America. She rose to fame after wining two gold medal in Winter Youth Olympic games. She has also won gold medal in Winter Olympics in 2018. Chloe is a four-time X Games gold medalist and the first woman to win two gold medals in snowboarding at the Winter Youth Olympic Games.

NameChloe Kim
Date of Birth April 23, 2002
Family Name5 Feet 2 Inch
Birth Place United States
Birth SignSnowboarder


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Her estimated net worth must be in millions. In 2017, Chloe was listed in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Sports list. She loves hanging out with her parents. She has dog name Reese. Kim speaks English, Korean and French. Because of her amazing skills and talents she was accepted to Princeton University’s Class of 2022

Early Life And Career

Kim is a Korean American, being a second-generation American; her parents are immigrants from South Korea. Kim still has extended family living in South Korea, where she competed in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Kim was born in Long Beach, California as a daughter of Biean Yun Kim and Jong Jin kim. Her parents are South Korean. She started snowboarding at age of 4 when her father admitted her in Southern California resort of Mountain High.

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At age 17 she became was the youngest women to ever win gold at the Olympics in the Halfpipe beating the past record holder, Kelly Clark, who was 18. Kim earned silver in superpipe in the 2014 Winter X Games while she was at the age of fourteen which is one of the most amazing fact about her.

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Chloe Kim

She was dating her fellow snowboarder. They broke up their relationship in a good terms. Currently she is busy on her profession. Her dad left the job of engineer just to travel around the world with her. Her mother is her best friend. She has won gold medals in Winter Olympics, Winter X Games and Winter Youth Olympics.

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