This was a great weekend for 5.10’s athletes. Alex Puccio took first place, closely followed by team-mate Alex Johnson. And we applaud our new team members, Francesca Metcalf and Isabelle Faus in 4th and 5th. Paul Robinson was a very close 2nd place. We’re proud of our team! We had a very strong showing, with Chris Webb Parsons, Ethan Pringle, Matt Bosley, Julian Bautista, Carlo Traversi, Dave Wetmore and Charlotte Jouette-Bosley all making strong showings. Thanks Team!
Five Ten® Yosemite Jeans have a new logo that doubles as a drink coaster. The goal is to cut down on hang tag waste--we noticed that 100% of all hangtags end up in the trash. So we designed a cool tag that doubles as a drink coaster (we recommend removing it from your jeans before placing it under a drink). But, don't expect to buy it in China!
I'm finally done with school... at least for the summer. That means 3 months in Colorado. As the weather here in the Southeast has deteriorated, I have been spending more and more time in the gym. I've even met one of my training goals. I can now do one arm hangs galore! But after 6 weeks of training it's time to get back outside. - BRION VOGES
Adrien Tribout, third at the last national comp in Arnas qualificating for the Europeen cup and the world championship.
Article about French climber Gérôme Pouvre. Gérôme Pouvreau dans "La guerre des nerfs" (9a) filmé par Enzo Oddo "Gérôme Pouvreau a été rejoint la semaine dernière à La Verrière par les niçois Enzo Oddo et Cédric Lo Piccolo.
A few weeks ago Luke and I made the fast drive down to Vegas for some sun and slots. I didn't actually gamble, which is a shame when you are in Vegas. There was a crew of friends down from Salt Lake and I ran into former Utah climbers Pete and Heather Lowe. That is one of the best parts of climbing, you are bound to run into friends at any destination when the weather is good.