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Jimmy Webb on the FA of Touch the Sky Low 8b Source

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Race car driver and environmental advocate Leilani Munter was born on February 18, 1974 in Rochester, Minnesota. She competes in the ARCA Racing Series, and she ran her first race in 2001. She does not work with companies involved with animal testing, and adopts an acre of rainforest for every race she competes in.

Happy birthday, Leilani Munter!

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Lauren Lee, RedstoneLauren Lee, Redstone Boulders | ROCK and ICE Magazine

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Katie Brown, Chaos |Katie Brown, Chaos | ROCK and ICE Magazine

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jonham64: Jimmy Webb on the FA of Touch the Sky Low 8b Source

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Jimmy Webb on the FA of Touch the Sky Low 8b 

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Jessa Younker, SuperJessa Younker, Superstein, 5.13a | ROCK and ICE Magazine

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Jenn Vennon, DumpsteJenn Vennon, Dumpster Barbeque, 5.13c | ROCK and ICE Magazine

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JC Hunter on FantasyJC Hunter on Fantasy Island (5.14c), American Fork Canyon, Utah.

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It Takes Two to TraiIt Takes Two to Train: Shauna and Leah’s Secrets for Getting Strong

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Ines Papert making tInes Papert making the second ascent of Ritter der Kokosnuß. Photo by visualimpact.ch | Thomas Senf.

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In three hours, HarrIn three hours, Harrington, 23, of Lake Tahoe, California, completed the first free-solo ascent of the 2,500-foot Chiaro di Luna (5.11a), becoming the first woman to free-solo a tower in the Fitz Roy massif. Photo by Marc-André Leclerc.

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Stay up to date! In order to inform members, stakeholders and other interested partners about the happenings in the IFSC, the IFSC launched a Newsletter this February.

This newsletter will be available quarterly and the first edition features extended comments from President Scolaris and Secretary General Debra Gawrych on the 10 Year Anniversary of the IFSC.

Read the first edition here and subscribe by clicking the button in the top left corner.

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If you do not like dynos, you seldom practice them and as a result, your technique for this kind of move gets even worse. In the end you cannot even catch the next hold. You end up as a static climber but sometimes dynos or long reaches are the only way for doing your project or onsight. Here are the 14 advanced technical tips which may help you practice. Hopefully you will start liking and performing long dynos as you get better at them. Do not let the picture frighten you. If you have not trained or practiced dynos or long catches during the last months, you should start very slowly. Even so you will improve your dyno technique tremendously after just few sessions as well as getting that nice adrenaline. Then you could opt for the 14 advanced technical tips.

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hippytree:Cool, calm and committed. Tribesman Keenan Takahashi...

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Cool, calm and committed. Tribesman Keenan Takahashi on “Terminus” in the Buttermilks. Shot last year by Kevin Smith. Bishop, CA.

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hippytree: Navigating through the lichen in the Buttermilks....

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Navigating through the lichen in the Buttermilks. Tribesman Isamer Bilog. Bishop, CA. Photo by Ken Etzel.

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Heather Robinson SenHeather Robinson Sends 'The Happiness' 14a | prAna Life

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Hazel Findlay on AddHazel Findlay on Adder Crack, her 5.13c R first ascent in Squamish, BC, Canada photo: Paul Bride

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The United Nations in Geneva and International Gender Champions host a workshop today in preparation for a Women in Sport Celebration. Anne Fuynel, Director of Marketing and Communications will represent the IFSC and join delegates from other sports organizations in contributing ideas and experience towards the event and towards development strategies.

Along with many other sports organizations, the IFSC has expressed its commitment to the 2030 UN Agenda for Sustainable Development. One of the key goals of this Agenda is Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment. Working towards this aim, there will be a workshop focusing on this topic in the scope of the 2017 IFSC Plenary Assembly.

The IFSC is proud of an unusually high percentage of female athletes and female representation on the Executive Board and in the staff. It strives to empower women both in competition and within the organization.

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