Sierra Dominique Blair Coyle is a professional Rock Climber and she has been competing professionally in tournaments since her early age of 14.
She was born in Scottsdale, Arizona; United States of America, on January 30th, 1994. She attended ‘Arizona State University’ and graduated from there in May 2016 with a degree in Marketing. During her junior year, she won National Championship twice.
Regardless of her ‘Rock Climbing’ career, she has done a couple of photo-shoots. And as per ‘AskMen’, she was voted one of the ‘Top 99 Most Outstanding Women’ in 2015. With such talent, she also possesses a modeling body figure and an extremely cute face.
At present, she is a United States Rock Climbing team member and she has been in the field for almost 13 years now. As per her interest, she loves roaming the world doing and competing what she loves, that is rock climbing.
Sierra stands 5 feet and 7 inches tall with a body measurement that appears like 36-24-36. According to her, she considers herself as a professional Slab Climber than a Rock Climber.
Apart from Rock Climbing, she is also into modeling and has worked for modeling agencies like ‘Roxy’, ‘Sanuk’ and ‘SPY’. Because she is too pretty, modeling agencies can’t miss her picture on the scene.
Sierra has been climbing since her early age of 8 and also been practicing deep water soloing. She risks everything climbing over the sea at high tide and rock 50 feet over the ocean nearby the Island of Maui. She believes that hard work has been the major help to her climbing career.
During her times as a teenager, she battled through a severe back injury that almost made her a cripple. However; regardless of everything, she didn’t ever give up and continued her hard work towards her passion.
When she was 16 years old, she used to have a lower back pain. Later, when she had an MRI, doctors found out that she had a torn, bulging and fractured disc in her back. But her inspiration rose from people who she met with and it made her realize that everybody is walking around carrying something broken.
According to her, climbing has always been her first priority. However, she wants to expand and help climbing become more of a mainstream sport. Moreover, she also wants to create opportunities as much as possible, whether through modeling, climbing or speaking.