Rachelle Vinberg Net Worth

Rachelle Vinberg was born on April 30, 1979, is Actress. Rachelle Vinberg is an actress, known for Skate Kitchen (2018), Good Girl Jane (2017) and The One (2018).
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day April 30, 1979
Residence Regina, Saskatchewan
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) (2012)
Weight 160 lb (73 kg) (2012)
Website www.drviinberg.com
Country Canada
Retired 2012
Medal record Women's rowing Representing  Canada Olympic Games 2012 London Women's eights World Rowing Championships 2002 Seville W4- 2010 Karapiro W8+ 2011 Lake Bled W8+ Women's rowingRepresenting  CanadaOlympic GamesWorld Rowing Championships 2012 LondonWomen's eights2002 SevilleW4-2010 KarapiroW8+2011 Lake BledW8+

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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At the age of eight, Viinberg and her family moved to Regina, Saskatchewan. She attended Argyle Elementary school and graduated from Sheldon Williams Collegiate in 1997. Viinberg wasn’t always a rower. From the moment she saw Calgary Olympian Mark Tewksbury win the 100-metre backstroke at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, she aspired to be a Swimmer. Once adolescence hit at 13, however, Viinberg underwent a massive growth spurt, preventing her from pursuing the sport much further.


In 2004 Viinberg made her first Olympic team in Athens, Greece. In 2008 Viinberg was selected to compete in the Women’s Quad at the Beijing Olympic Games. When one of the members of the crew was suffering with a rib fracture, the team did their best with an eighth-place finish. Viinberg retired from rowing after this final race to pursue her career as a naturopathic Doctor.


In 2009 Viinberg’s father died from Leukemia. Eighteen months later, her mother was diagnosed with Stage 3C colon cancer. When asked about her mom after the race, she replied, "She battled stage three colon cancer so she could be in the stands to watch me perform my dream. We both achieved our goals."


Ultimately, it was Viinberg’s parents who introduced her to rowing. “They helped me discover rowing after seeing all the rowers train every morning on Wascana Lake when they drove to work. I thought I had nothing to lose, and my 6’0 frame seemed to be the ideal body type,” said Viinberg.