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Trying Inshallah, 8c+ - Loic Timmermans

Trying Inshallah, 8c+ - Loic Timmermans
May 14, 2012 -  Loic Timmermans

Last holiday I went to Kalymnos for trying my project Inshallah, 8c+, I left last year. It went quite good, even if some important holds were wet, and the second week I could pass all the cruxes ! Unfortunately, I had not the good method for getting the last hold and foolishly fell ! After, I tried the route at least ten times but couldn't get again to that movement ... This was definitely my hardest and longest project up to now. It was also my first long term project and it was a kind of mental game...

On the Road with Nico Favresse

On the Road with Nico Favresse
April 16, 2012 -  Nancy Prichard-Bouchard

Winner of the 2011 Piolet d’Or, an international award given to climbers who demonstrate the modern sense of alpinism, Nico is hands-down one of the world’s most respected climbers. In a sport now dominated with bouldering, sport climbing and indoor climbing gyms, Nico epitomizes adventure climbing. Born in Brussels, Belgium, and now an international traveler, Nico’s style of climbing is that of old school. He has climbing partners, rather than the new-school “belayer,” and considers adventure more important than “world’s hardest” or a line in the Guinness Book of World Records. Most recently, Nico returned from a successful trip...

 
 
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