A former ski racer, Picabo Street is perhaps best known for her gold medal win in the Super-G at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano. Prior to that, she had also medalled at the 1994 Winter Games in Lillehammer. A Downhill World Champion, she later announced her retirement from competition in 2003. Perhaps you’d like to know more about the Olympian? If so, keep on scrolling down- we’ve got more details on her below.
Picabo Street Personal Facts – 2018 Update
Alpine Ski Racer, Olympian
As an alpine ski racer, Picabo Street rose to fame after winning the Super-G at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. Four years prior, she had also received some attention after winning a silver medal at the 1994 Winter Games.
In addition to her accomplishments at the Olympics, she also won a gold medal in the downhill event at the 1994 World Championships.
Age – How Old is She?
She is 46 years old
Birthday/Date of Birth
Her birthday is on April 3, 1971
Place of Birth/Hometown
Born in Triumph, Idaho, Picabo Street was brought up on a small farm, southeast of Sun Valley. As a teen, she lived in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she went to school.
She is Caucasian
Picabo Street Height, Weight & Body Facts
How Tall – Height in Feet
She is 5’7 tall
How Tall – Height in Meters
She is 1.70 meters tall
Weight in Pounds
Her current weight is around 174 pounds
Weight in Kilograms
Her current weight is around 63 kg
Her body measurements are unavailable at this time
Her waist size is unknown
Information on her shoe size is unavailable
Is Picabo Street Currently in a Relationship?
In 2008, she married John Reeser, a businessman, in Hanceville, Alabama.
Picabo Street’s Boyfriends
Previous to her current marriage, she had been in a relationship with N.J. Pawley.
As far as we know, Picabo Street does not have any sisters.
The younger of two siblings, she has an older brother named Roland, Jr.
With her former partner, she has a son named Treyjan James Pawley (b. 2004). With her current husband John, she has a second son named Dax Meyer Street Reeser (b. 2009).
As a student, she studied at Rowland Hall-St. Mark’s School in Salt Lake City, Utah.
As far as we can tell, Picabo Street has not attended college.
For now, information on Picabo Street’s salary is unavailable.
Unfortunately, information on Picabo Street’s 2018 net worth is unavailable
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Born on April 3, she is an Aries
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Picabo Street’s Social Media Accounts & Usernames
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Picabo Street’s Youtube Channel
Picabo Street does not have a YouTube channel, as far as we can tell
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Picabo Street’s Snapchat Username
Picabo Street is not active on Snapchat.
Other Interesting Facts:
- She is known for naming her skis in honor of those who are meaningful to her; examples include “Arnolds” (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and “Earnies” (Dale Earnhardt)
- In 2001, she released an autobiography titled, Picabo: Nothing to Hide, in which she speaks about the pressure that was placed on her during the 1998 Olympics
- After winning a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, she landed several endorsements including those with Chapstick and Mountain Dew
- In 2012, she was among one of the celebrities who took part in the NBC reality series, Stars Earn Stripes; she ultimately finished in second place
- She has appeared in several TV shows over the years including American Gladiators, Pyramid, and GUTS
- After finishing in 16th place int he downhill event at the 2002 Winter Olympics, she retired from international competition
- Retired, she currently splits her time between Winter Park, Colorado, and Alabama, with her family
- In 2009, it was announced that a biographical film about Street’s life, directed by Charles Winkler, was in the works
- In the past, she has made a guest appearance on Sesame Street
- She was named after the village of Picabo at the age of three (previous to that, she was simply called “little girl” or “baby girl)
- At the age of seventeen, her talents led her to join the U.S. Ski Team