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Delaney Miller - Growing Up A Climber In The Heart Of Texas Hometown Crusher, Ep. 1

Delaney Miller - Growing Up A Climber In The Heart Of Texas Hometown Crusher, Ep. 1
August 14, 2015 - 

Great climbers aren't born, they're made and the place that they learn their craft is what makes them who they are. From the people around them to their local climbing spots, it all feeds into the type of athlete they become just as our earliest climbing experiences shape our climbing style and future expectations. What type of climber then comes out of the flat heartland of Texas, USA? Well, in the case of 20-year-old Delaney Miller, three time US national champion, a pretty damn good one. We caught up with Delaney in her home town of Frisco to find...

New means not always better

New means not always better
August 06, 2015 -  Markus Eder

To discover new places, to meet foreign people, to look at never seen landscapes – all these things are desirable experiences. Although, going to a well-known place has its charm too. A place where you know that friendly people, a relaxed atmosphere, endless bouldering potential, a wonderful surrounding and culinary treats are waiting – a place, that feels like home.

Summer 15 Vol I

Summer 15 Vol I
July 16, 2015 -  Nic Rummel

So far the summer has been a bit off… I kicked it all off by making it to finals at a fun campus comp at The Spot in Boulder, only to break my pinky finger on my left hand. This was such a bummer, and I was definitely disheartened. This all occurred with in  a week of getting out of school at the Colorado School of Mines. What was I to do??

The Pros and Cons of a short trip

The Pros and Cons of a short trip
June 23, 2015 -  Wiz Fineron

Here is my latest blog post. I have been having some troubles logging in for the past year or so but i have finally sorted it out, so now it is time to play catch up. If you would like to hear more about what i have been up to during this past year, please visit: http://worldofwiz.blogspot.co.uk/ including great pictures and more!  

The route called Paco and an injured pulley

The route called Paco and an injured pulley
June 20, 2015 -  Martina

I finished my last blog talking about the new route called Paco that Nico bolted the recently discovered cliff in the Aiguilles Rouges. As soon as there was occasion (that means somebody to watch after Paco and Tommy – thanks “mamie” Nathalie and papi Dominique!) I joined Nico in »his« more than 40m high and overhanging cliff that he called »Ventilator«. 

Toronto Bouldering WC | Stop 1 of 5

Toronto Bouldering WC | Stop 1 of 5
June 03, 2015 -  Joah Larson

The first stop of the 2015 Bouldering World Cup was in Toronto Canada during May 30/31. It was a different venue than last year, this time it was in a hockey arena.... The walls were much like our ABS National walls, the setting covered all styles of climbing and the crowd supported climbers from all across the globe. Check out some photos and my point of view from warm up, to boulders from qualifiers and my thoughts and feelings after. 

 

Climbing in Verdon

Climbing in Verdon
May 29, 2015 -  Martina
In the winter time or in the periods of rain we take advantage of every...

Everyone Swims

Everyone Swims
May 25, 2015 -  David Fusilli
Hey everyone swims, it's just part of kayaking. So I have been on a...

2015 World Cup Training

2015 World Cup Training
May 19, 2015 -  Joah Larson
Overview Training for the upcoming Bouldering World Cup season has pretty much consumed...

Bouldering in Qingdao, China

Bouldering in Qingdao, China
May 15, 2015 -  Davin Bagdonas
Bouldering is something we can share in almost any part of our world. Traveling across...

Wild Bunch Dodo’s Delight (w/ Nico Favresse)

Wild Bunch Dodo’s Delight (w/ Nico Favresse)
April 22, 2015 -  Nicolas Favresse
Four years after Vertical Sailing Greenland, Captain Reverend Bob Shepton (79) calls the Wild Bunch...

The Rat Cave

The Rat Cave
April 21, 2015 -  Joseph Gifford
In Portland there’s not too many hard local crags close to the city but there...
 

La forêt magique de Fontainebleau.

La forêt magique de Fontainebleau.
April 20, 2015 -  Urs Moosmuller
There aren’t words to describe how beautiful Fontainebleau is. All the hype about the bouldering...

No Spain, no gain!

No Spain, no gain!
April 07, 2015 -  Muench
The second half of March this year, after so many years, I finally got the...

Bouldering, Bolton pass Estrie, Québec

Bouldering, Bolton pass Estrie, Québec
April 06, 2015 -  Hans Christian Montenegro
Here we have a new climbing park In Bolton pass Estrie, Québec. Many...

UTAH SCRAMBL'N and COACH'N

UTAH SCRAMBL'N and COACH'N
April 01, 2015 -  Nic Rummel
I have had a blast growing as a climber and as a person in Golden....

10 Tips for Creating a Successful Collegiate Climbing Team

10 Tips for Creating a Successful Collegiate Climbing Team
March 30, 2015 -  Josh Levin

How to Endur-o

How to Endur-o
March 23, 2015 -  Jill kintner
The sport of mountain biking has many diciplines, but most recently, trail bike racing, aka...

Ice Climbing in the French Alps

Ice Climbing in the French Alps
March 13, 2015 -  Urs Moosmuller
The snow has arrived in France and with it the possibility of finding dry rock...

Winter Season

Winter Season
March 12, 2015 -  Zoe Steinberg
I’m not entirely sure where to start this post since I’ve kind of forgotten where...
 
 
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Delaney Miller - Growing Up A Climber In The Heart Of Texas Hometown Crusher, Ep. 1
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