Chloé Jauvin

Biography

Birth Year

Birthplace

Terrebonne, Québec

Residence

Terrebonne, Québec

Home Club

Nautilus Plus, Brossard

Coach

Patrick Jauvin

Equipment

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.

Q&A

Highlights

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