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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
Big New Squamish Route: Written in Stone
19 Jun 2014
There seems to be no end to the potential of the walls above Squamish. Colin Moorhead and Andre Ike have established an incredible looking line
New Route on Kooshdakhaa Spire
17 Jun 2014
In Feb. 2014, we announced that Canadian Max Fisher and American Erik Bonnett won the Copp-Dash Award for the first ascent of a 700-metre spire
Chamonix Dispatches, July 16 – Warming Up
16 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
Trotter, Caldwell and Wharton climb new route in Sicily
15 Jun 2014
Sonnie Trotter, Tommy Caldwell and Josh Wharton have climbed a new six-pitch line on Sicily’s Monte Monaco. The name of the route was
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