Arabella Jariel, 11, and her father, Ike Jariel, practice rock climbing together. Arabella competes at the national level and has qualified for international events, which she can begin once she turns 12.
Arabella Jariel, 11, and her father, Ike Jariel, practice rock climbing together. Arabella competes at the national level and has qualified for international events, which she can begin once she turns 12. The Washington Post
Arabella Jariel, 11, and her father, Ike Jariel, practice rock climbing together. Arabella competes at the national level and has qualified for international events, which she can begin once she turns 12. The Washington Post

Virginia climber is an 11-year-old rock star

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