Who is Rachel Homan? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Husband, Height

Rachel Homan

Who is Rachel Homan?

Prodigies show early talent. Rachel Homan, age 5, was a curling prodigy.

Her inherent curling abilities needed some tweaking to win the national title. Homan is a top curler.

Homan is best known for her exceptional curling skills, strategies, and leadership qualities, bringing her to win in several international tournaments.

Relationship Details, Rachel Homan is Married?

Shawn Germain is Rachel Homan’s husband. They dated for years before marrying in September 2016.

Rachel’s spouse was observed drinking alcohol during her Olympic game in 2018. Shawn double-fisted beers while watching Rachel compete with Japan.

Shawn’s viral photo drew various comments from the public. Some said he was under so much stress then that drinking was the only way to cope.

Others said he shouldn’t drink while his wife won a gold medal for Canada.

Shawn then stated that he was stressed and not ashamed of his behavior. He wasn’t intoxicated, just Canadian.

Shawn proved to be a helpful husband by encouraging his wife even though she didn’t win.

Quick facts about Rachel Homan

Name Rachel Homan
Full Name Rachel Catherine Homan
Nickname Rachel Germain
Birth Date April 5, 1989
Age 33 years old
Birth Place Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Religion Christianity
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity White
Star Sign Aries

Rachel Homan: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

Rachel Homan was born in Ottawa in 1989. Craig and Catherine Homan’s youngest kid.

Rachel has a curling-pro brother, Mark Homan.

Education, Schooling, University

Homan attended Cairine Wilson Secondary. Homan graduated from Ottawa’s Human Kinetics program.

Professional Career, (Professional Curler)

Since childhood, Rachel has been a curler. Five-year-old her started curling.

Homan started curling in Ottawa’s Little Rock program. Her curling talents astounded everyone after that.

Her parents backed her when they saw it. The curling journey begins.

Homan won four provincial titles at age 16. She won consecutively from 2003 to 2006.

Scouter saw Rachel’s ice talent. Rachel was recruited for the National Canadian Junior squad.

Junior curling professional

Rachel was coached by Adam Kingsbury, who helped her reach her full potential after she joined the Canadian Junior team. Her team’s skip.

Rachel won the 2006 Optimist International Under-18 Curling Tournament, qualifying her for the 2007 Canada Winter Games. They won gold.

The Curling team had great hopes for Rachel’s performance in national and international championships.

But the team lost competitions. They went two years without a tournament triumph.

They persevered and won their first Canadian Curling Championship in 2009. AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic champions.

The team won provincials in 2010 and then represented Ontario at nationals. Soon, despite a slow start, they proved to be the best junior squad.

They were the fourth women’s team to win every match they played.

Rachel’s team tried to play in Scotties Tournaments of Hearts, but juniors were ineligible.

Senior Curler

In her senior year, Homan won gold in the Ontario Scotties Tournaments of Hearts.

She then competed with her brother in Ontario Mixed Championship. Rachel played third, not Skip. Homan won with her brother.

Last curse

Rachel’s team reached the 2011 Grand Slam final but lost to Jennifer Jones.

They did well and nearly won.

In the next Grand Slam, Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Curlers Corner Autumn Gold Curling Classic, Rachel’s team came near to victory but lost in the final.

The final curse was broken when she won her first grand slam in the third.

Championship curling

Rachel and her team aimed to win international tournaments, including the world curling championship, when their long curse broke.

2013 Scotties Tournaments of Hearts. They beat Jennifer Jones to win.

The triumph strengthened their confidence and allowed them to compete at the Worlds. Bronze medalists.

The team won the 2014 Scotties Tournaments of Heart and World Curling Championships silver.

Net Worth 2023, Salary, Assets

Homan is worth $3 million. Her curling events, endorsements, investments, and championships contributed to her wealth. Team Homan is Homan’s apparel label.

Rumors and Controversy

Talking about her rumors and controversy, she has not been in any part of rumors as well as controversy to date.

What is the Height of Rachel Homan? Weight, Full Body Status

Height 5’5″ (168 cm)
Weight 63 kg (139 lb)
Eye Color Grey
Hair Color Blonde

Social Media Accounts

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