Hilarious little parody featuring local climbing Will Stanhope and Matt Segal as they continue the adventures of debauchery together.
We are very psyched to announce that Josh Muller has made a day ascent of The Nest stand start (v13).
Looks like hard work does pay off. After spending most of last year opening up a new bouldering gym (Bolder Climbing) in Calgary, Josh is now on his first bouldering trip since blowing a tendon in Heuco Tanks two years ago. On his second day on the rocks, Josh made an ascent of The Nest Stand Start (v13) only to be shut down by snow later in the day after making good work in the sit start. Congratulations Josh! Lets home this government shutdown doesn’t last too long!
Daniel Woods and Matt Fultz send La Plancha V14 in Boulder, Colorado
Fun little video featuring the sport climbing in Frankenjura, Germany!
Awesome footage of font.
Hilarious spoof on climbing. Well done!
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A fantastic competition over the weekend put on by Sport Climbing BC, Simon Parton, and the team at The Edge Climbing Centre.
Here are your final results.
1. JJ Mah
2. Kindar McNamee
3. Derek Runions
1. Chloe Earle
2. Christy Spurrell
3. Tiffany Melius
Paul Robinson on First Ascent of La Plancha (v14).
Here are the results for the 2017 Winter Classic Climbing Competition at the Edge Climbing Centre in North Vancouver, BC. Finals starts at 5pm.
2. Melius, Tiffany
3. Chow, Stephanie
4. Spurrell, Christy
5. Zacharias, Brielle
6. Pratt, Jaylene
1. Doyle, Aidan
2. McNamee, Kindar
3. Mah, Jason
4. Hoy, Ryder
5. Newman, Ben
6. McNamee, Guy
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This weekend, the Edge Climbing Centre in North Vancouver, BC, will be hosting its first Olympic Style climbing competition featuring three disciplines (Bouldering, Speed, Difficulty) and podium placement based on performance in all three categories.
On the men’s side, young guns Guy and Kinder McNamee will be vying for the top of the podium alongside vertran competitors JJ Mah, Ryder Hoy, and Michael Weldon. Notably absent is Jesse Taplin, who has placed in the top three in every bouldering competition this season.
On the women’s side, the Olympic Format has brought out Tiffany Melius and Christy Spurrell to compete. Again, notably absent is this years heavy hitters including Allison Vest, Sophie Buitendyk, and Alannah Yip.
The results of this weekend will play a large impact on the overall ranking of these athletes in the province. Open finals will consist of the top six qualifying athletes competing in Speed, Boulder and Difficulty.Open Finals
Top 6 overall Open Male & top 6 Overall Open Women will compete in an Olympic format final consisting of Speed, Boulder & Difficulty. Competitors will have one run on each speed route, three boulder problems, and one onsight route to determine their overall placement.
Open Finals will take place on Sunday, Jan. 13th @5pm.