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A breakthrough weekend

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Janja Garnbret extended her winning streak to three on Saturday and Slovenian teammate Domen Skofic earned his second Gold of the season at the third Lead World Cup of 2016.

Garnbret had yet to be bested on any World Cup route this year, and she extended that streak to twelve routes after Briancon. Both Jessica Pilz and Magdalena Rock brought home hardware for Austria, and French climbers Helene Janicot and Mathilde Becerra also appeared in the Finals.

After missing the Finals in Villars, Skofic returned to his winning ways this weekend. Sean McColl of Canada remained on the podium, and Frenchmen Romain Desgranges and Gautier Supper also excelled in front of their home crowd.

The complete report, pictures, video replays and highlights can be found on the dedicated event page.

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Hey Steph! Thanks for a wonderful, clean and green website, and blessings for inspiring the climber/adventurer in us all. As I may correctly recall, you climbed strongly at the Clipper City Rock Gym in Baltimore in 1991/92 or so?! Used to trek there with my climbing partner Jeff Meyers to pump the plastic, both of us from NoVa at the time. I even managed a comp or two, and dragged more than a few people there to challenge those walls! You clearly had the mojo; we all saw it! Proud of what you have experienced and accomplished in many areas. Of course, both Jeff and I are much older, perhaps not wiser, and still talk long distance about our rock climbing trips: New River, Gunks, Great Falls, etc. Once a climber, always a climber – still and ever some of the best times of our respective and collective lives. Climbing certainly made a huge difference in the way we viewed life, then and now.

Thanks for having the vision to keep promoting and living the life you choose and love, Steph! Especially for me at this really challenging time of life, having others aspire to personal greatness and soul-searching endeavors in areas that feed my own soul gives me renewed strength and positive energy.

Be well, climb hard, and reach for the stars, Steph!
Most sincerely,
Tom Terrific
Rock Hill, South Carolina

Hi Tom,
Thanks for saying hi, I really appreciate all the kind words! I remember how people would actually roadtrip to Clipper City from hours away–that place was ahead of its time, and gyms have definitely taken it to whole other level since then  I hope you and Jeff are both doing great!
Steph

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Megan Mascarenas has added another V13 to her roster with a quick send of Mars Block 3 in Pikes Peak. This is Megan’s second V13 after “The River Bed” in magic wood last year.

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This weekend I went back to Tintern Quarry, where I have already been before, but somehow it felt massively different and I liked the place so much more this time around. Everything worked together this time to make this weekend a breakthrough moment in my outdoor climbing so far this summer. Tintern Quarry lies on … Continue reading A breakthrough weekend

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The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) has announced that it launching a new era with a change of name. The IFSC member federation, which has been consistently represented in IFSC competitions, will from now on be ‘Climb Britain’, aiming “ to unite all members under one ‘Climb’ banner.”

The British Mountaineering Council has been representing the interests of hill walkers, mountaineers and climbers in Great Britain since 1944 and promises to continue to do so with its new name. Dave Turnbull, CEO since 2002 explained the change, stating “The word ‘climb’ is evocative, something ingrained in us as children when we climbed our first tree or hill.”

For more information, please see the BMC’s website.

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In just 48 days, 500 of the best Bouldering, Lead and Speed athletes from over 50 countries will compete in the pemier IFSC calendar event of the year: the 2016 Climbing and Paraclimbing World Championships.

An official press conference will be held at CNOSF in Paris on September 6th at 10:00 (GMT+2) to introduce the event. Members of the media are encouraged to attend the conference and the World Championships. If you have not yet done so, please take time to apply for the required media accreditation here.

Additionally, the Fédération Française de la Montagne et de l'Escalade (FFME) launched a number of recent initiatives in preparation for the event. You can find the complete details in the D-50 Paris World Championships press release.

All further information is on the dedicated Paris event page, including start lists, related press material, the official Teaser and media from previous World Championships.

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Janja Garnbret extended her winning streak to three on Saturday and Slovenian teammate Domen Skofic earned his second Gold of the season at the third Lead World Cup of 2016.

Garnbret had yet to be bested on any World Cup route this year, and she extended that streak to twelve routes after Briancon. Both Jessica Pilz and Magdalena Rock brought home hardware for Austria, and French climbers Helene Janicot and Mathilde Becerra also appeared in the Finals.

After missing the Finals in Villars, Skofic returned to his winning ways this weekend. Sean McColl of Canada remained on the podium, and Frenchmen Romain Desgranges and Gautier Supper also excelled in front of their home crowd.

The complete report, pictures, video replays and highlights can be found on the dedicated event page.

Read more http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/latest-news/item/783-garnbret-unstoppable-skofic-back-on-top

Hey Steph! Thanks for a wonderful, clean and green website, and blessings for inspiring the climber/adventurer in us all. As I may correctly recall, you climbed strongly at the Clipper City Rock Gym in Baltimore in 1991/92 or so?! Used to trek there with my climbing partner Jeff Meyers to pump the plastic, both of us from NoVa at the time. I even managed a comp or two, and dragged more than a few people there to challenge those walls! You clearly had the mojo; we all saw it! Proud of what you have experienced and accomplished in many areas. Of course, both Jeff and I are much older, perhaps not wiser, and still talk long distance about our rock climbing trips: New River, Gunks, Great Falls, etc. Once a climber, always a climber – still and ever some of the best times of our respective and collective lives. Climbing certainly made a huge difference in the way we viewed life, then and now.

Thanks for having the vision to keep promoting and living the life you choose and love, Steph! Especially for me at this really challenging time of life, having others aspire to personal greatness and soul-searching endeavors in areas that feed my own soul gives me renewed strength and positive energy.

Be well, climb hard, and reach for the stars, Steph!
Most sincerely,
Tom Terrific
Rock Hill, South Carolina

Hi Tom,
Thanks for saying hi, I really appreciate all the kind words! I remember how people would actually roadtrip to Clipper City from hours away–that place was ahead of its time, and gyms have definitely taken it to whole other level since then  I hope you and Jeff are both doing great!
Steph

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