Desnivel magazine was interested in an interview about me on the web, it was fun to answer to the questions and think about myself :) - - - - - - - - - - - ENTREVISTA: Miguel Navarro, bloquero comprometido Castellonense de 27 años, Miguel es el presidente de la asociación Escalada Sostenible Albarracín (ESA). Le gusta viajar escalando en bloque por las sensaciones de libertad que le ofrece, pero eso no quiere decri que se olvide de lo que tiene en casa.
Hey everybody! Spring is finally here and Ticino season is definitely over... I left many projects undone and I can't wait for the next season! Last weeks in Ticino have been very warm so I moved higher(Magic Wood) or I rope climbed a couple of times! During my rope climbing days I had the chance to climb two of the best 8b's I've ever done! Pappataci in Arco bolted by Gerhard Horagher and The Doors in Cadarese! Check the pictures!
Steve Peat and Josh Bryceland have just taken possession of their new SRAM/RockShox equipped Santa Cruz Carbon V-10’s with carbon Enve wheels complete with lots of slick team issue products. Next week they will be racing at the second Halo BDS round in Molfre, UK aboard their new steeds, then they will promptly jump on a plane to Pietermaritzburg, South Africa where they will be caught up in a whirlwind of activities leading up to the World Cup season opener.
Ronnie and have embarked on a 3 week road trip through the Midwest.Visiting gyms and accounts are the main objective but you know we have some climbing plans too. We just passed through Denver. So our trip has officially begun. First stop Albuquerque. Stay tuned!
PNW Regional Championships at Vertical World in Tacoma Washington are coming up. I have been training very hard for this comp for 4 months now. Today’s mail brought my new shoes: a pair of Dragons and a pair Projects. I am excited to break them in, so I’m off to the gym to see what they’re capable of. The Dragons have a very down-turned toe which made them very good for heel-hooking. I used the Projects mostly for overhung rocks because they have very thin rubber on the bottom so when I place my foot on the rock...
After the big landing of this brutal jump, our life still goes on for us, we were lucky and good spotters, for that my friend Oscar Diaz named Zendagi migzara to this amazing boulder, this name is coming from Afghan people, they have a saying that is in the book " The Kite Runner " by Khaled Hosseini -Zendagi migzara- "LIFE GOES ON"