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Caitlyn Jenner’s Dating Life

Know about Caitlyn Jenner Dating life? Caitlyn Marie Jenner’s track coach, L.D Weldon, convinced him to try pole vaulting. He won the 1975 NCAA championship in the pole vault and set a new world record of 5.35 meters (17 ft 8 in). Caitlyn Jenner is a 1976 graduate of Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa, with a degree in physical education.

While at college, she was captain of the track team and won several titles. She was married to Chrystie Scott from 1972 to 1981. They have two sons together: Brandon (born January 17, 1973) and Brody (born September 12, 1978). 

Jenner married Kris Kardashian on March 18, 1991. They have a stepson, Brandon, and a daughter, Kendall (born July 13, 1989). Besides her career in athletics, Jenner has worked as a stockbroker and has authored two books: The Secrets of My Life: Confessions of One of the World’s Most Beautiful Women (1998) and The Secrets of My Life: The Bruce Jenner Story (2007).

In 2007, she had plastic surgery on her nose and chin. As a result, Jenner has been the subject of media attention. She won 3 ESPY Awards in 2002. In 2005, TIME Magazine named her one of the most influential people in the world.

Are Caitlyn Jenner and Sophia Hutchins Dating?

Sophia Hutchins is Caitlyn Jenner dating new girlfriend. The two have been seen publicly together, especially during Caitlyn’s annual vacation to Australia. Sophia is an Australian model and actress. She was born in Melbourne in 1986, which makes her 30 years old. She has a sister and a brother named Anna and Luke, respectively. She attended the Sandringham Secondary College and later studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Performing Arts (Acting). 

Early Life:

Caitlyn Marie Jenner was born in San Francisco, California, on October 28, 1949. She was born to Esther Hubbard (née Voorhees) and George Walter “Papa” Jenner, who worked as a traveling salesman for a sporting goods company. Growing up in the small town of Grand Rapids, Iowa, she had been interested in athletics since her childhood when her father took her to various athletic meets during the school year.

In high school, Caitlyn joined the Frontier League in Grand Rapids, where she played football and basketball. Caitlyn attended Graceland College on a basketball scholarship for two years before transferring to Drake University (now Des Moines University) for her last two years.

Caitlyn Is Attracted to Women:

Caitlyn Jenner dating life stated that she was not romantically interested in women until when she was at the age of 21 years old. Caitlyn had dated Chrystie Scott during her college and high school days. Later in 1983, she dated Halle Berry, who became a friend at first and later on a romantic interest. Caitlyn Jenner began her sports media career with ESPN in 1987 as an analyst for the television program Inside Track, where she worked under Bob Costas from 1987-98. In 1991, Jenner hosted her reality competition show called 

The Olympic Zone on ABC TV. In 1988, she released her first book with Bob Hammel called Decathlon. She served as executive producer for her reality show The Real World: San Diego (1994), which featured her stepdaughter Kim Kardashian among others. In 1995, Caitlyn Jenner hosted a short talk show on E! Entertainment Television called The Caitlyn Jenner Show (1995).

Caitlyn married Kris Kardashian, the third wife of the famous American entertainment personality and retired Olympic Games gold medalist Bruce Jenner in 1991. The couple has two children together – Kendall and Kylie Jenner. From 1996 to 2004, she was an ambassador at Large for the Special Olympics and later, in 2005, as a spokesperson for Bell’s Palsy Foundation.

Olympic success:

In 1976, Jenner was awarded the gold medal in the pole vault, setting a new world record of five feet and three and a half inches. She competed at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, placing sixth in the women’s decathlon with a total score of 8402 points. She finished eighth in the pole vault at 5 feet 3 1/8 inches (160 cm) from 1975 to 1979.

Jenner served as national team manager for eight years, from 1977 to 1986. During her tenure as national team manager, she led the U.S. women’s team to a silver medal in 1979, bronze medals in 1983 and 1987, and an Olympic gold medal in 1992.


Caitlyn Jenner is a great woman who has won numerous awards for her success in her career and personal life. She hosts Keeping Up with the Kardashians on E! Entertainment Television. She also created successful reality TV shows The Real World: San Diego and The Real World: Los Angeles, to name a few.