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Robyn was at home in Boulder when she heard the news: she had stayed up all night to watch live streams of Brooke competing in the IFSC Climbing World Championships in Hachioji, Japan.
When it became clear that Brooke had finished in one of the top spots and would be among the first 16 athletes to qualify for the 2020 Olympics—the first Olympic Games ever to include climbing—Erbesfield-Raboutou immediately received numerous congratulatory messages from friends and coaches, but she was cautious.
She didn’t want to jump the gun by celebrating before being absolutely certain that the results were final. It’s sure.’” Erbesfield-Raboutou was breathless as she said, “I still can’t believe it. I mean, I knew she had it in her—everyone who’s there believes that they can do it—but to see it come together, it just blew me away.” Erbesfield-Raboutou had planned to be in Japan with her daughter, but she had been called back to the States early by work.
“She Face Timed me,” Erbesfield-Raboutou recalled, “and she goes, ‘Mom? “She had the US team and the US coaches, but she was one of the only competitors without a parent, without a family member there,” said Erbesfield-Raboutou.
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In the interview, Erbesfield-Raboutou, a world-class competition climber, was asked what she saw herself doing when she got older. As she remembers, it was, “I don’t think it’s going to be that much different than the way it is now.Nest Watch project leader Robyn Bailey recently sat down with Bird Cams viewers to discuss the nesting habits of robins and why it’s important to monitor even common backyard birds.In case you missed it, the hour-long webcast is archived online.On tracks like “Honey” and “Because It’s in the Music,” she explored the softer nooks and crannies of her voice in a vulnerable whisper, while on some of her best-loved numbers like “Dancing on My Own,” the audience’s ability to handle her choruses gave her a little space to throw in some soulful ad libs.In addition to the beloved songs from her three solo albums, Robyn’s set was also peppered with recent collaborations.