Head and shoulders photo of Chloé Jauvin

Chloé Jauvin


Date of Birth


Terrebonne, Québec


Terrebonne, Québec

Home Club

Nautilus Plus, Brossard


Patrick Jauvin


Chloé Jauvin started playing racquetball at a very young age. She has been competing at the Junior National Championships since 2015, where she played in the 8 & U events. Jauvin has been committed to the sport with the goal of making the National Team. In 2018, she won her first medal in the 14 & U division in doubles. In 2019 she also was on the top of the podium, winning gold in the 16 & U Doubles event. At the 2021 championships, she won the 14 & U Girl’s Singles event, which earned her a placement on the 2021 Junior National Team. Chloé has represented Canada at the 2021 World Championships winning bronze in 14 & U Girl’s Singles. Jauvin was awarded with the Heather Stupp Award in 2022.


Start in racquetball: When my father organized junior racquetball leagues, I went and played for fun – at that time I was 7 years old. I did my first junior tournament the same year. I did my first Canadian junior national in Valleyfield in 2015.

Reason for playing: I play racquetball for the competition and the community around the sport that has become like a second family. What I like most about racquetball is the speed of the ball and the feeling it gives me when I play.

Training habits: I practice three times a week and try to play as often as possible. I also go to the gym when time permits.

Best Racquetball moment: I have many, but my best are probably my first Junior National Championships in 2016 in Kelowna and my first Junior World Championships in 2021 in Guatemala.

Non Racquetball talents: I have been practicing karate since I was 4 years old and I am now a black belt.

When you are not playing racquetball, you are probably? I am probably studying and doing homework or working.

What is something people might not know about you or find surprising? At my first Junior World Racquetball Championships, I won the bronze medal in the 14 and under singles.

What advise to you have for athletes who want to play at your level? Never give up and always persevere. Always give 100% in everything you do and one day your dreams will come true.

Who has been important in your development as an athlete? The immense support of my coach and my father Patrick, he always pushes me to the end and without him I would not be where I am. My friends have always been my number one fans and have always encouraged me.


2021 Junior World Championships
Girl's 14 & U Singles
2022 Junior Nationals Championships
Girl's 16 & U Singles
2021 Junior National Championships
Girl's 14 & U Singles
2019 Junior National Championships
Girl's 16 & U Doubles
2018 Junior National Championships
Girl's 14 & U Doubles