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Bouldering World Cup: Laval and season wrap-up
29 Jun 2014
The 2014 Bouldering World Cup season finished this weekend in Laval, France. Akiyo Noguchi finished the year with four straight wins. It was
New Route in Canada’s Selkirks
26 Jun 2014
Mount Sir Donald is nestled atop Rogers Pass, B.C., its northwest ridge is one of Canada’s classic climbs. Colin Haley and Sarah Hart
Chamonix Dispatches, June 22 – Acclimatization
25 Jun 2014
Chamonix is nestled into the valley between the Aiguille Rouges and Aiguille du Midi. It is widely regarded as the birthplace of alpinism and is
Hukkataival and Megos take skills to new heights
24 Jun 2014
Nalle Hukkataival and Alex Megos have put their skills to the test on some big routes. Hukkataival climbed one of Beat Kammerlander’s
McColl places second, twice, in China World Cups
22 Jun 2014
The first Lead World Cup and another round of the Boulder World Cup took place in Haiyang, China. Sean McColl had a strong outing. Jakob Scubert
New speed record for female soloist on The Nose
22 Jun 2014
Jes Meiris, a climbing guide from Colorado, climbed The Nose 5.9, C2 in only 27 hours, beating the previous record by nearly four days. The
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After a thunderstorm rolled in, the finals for the Briancon World Cup were cancelled. For results and a video of...
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Busy weekend in the mountains for rescue workers, a big thanks for all their effort!
Having a rest day? Watch the IFSC World Cup Finals in Briancon this morning...
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