• Ned Feehally flashes Font 8b+ in Rocklands

    News from Rocklands is that Ned Feehally has just flashed Trust Issues (Font 8b+).

  • Steve McClure completes in-a-day Yorkshire Triple Crown

    A little over a month after completing Rainman (F9b), Steve McClure has back in action in Yorkshire to knock-off the Triple Crown. Following a gut-busting wrecking day on Tuesday – a.k.a. the recce – Steve clipped the lower-off at the top of The Groove at Malham at around 7pm yesterday.

  • IFSC World Cup and ParaClimbing Cup coming to Ratho in September

    The world’s best climbers will descend on the Scottish capital in September as the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup and Paraclimbing Cup comes to the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena: Ratho.

  • Fairhead 2017 Meet

    The annual Fair Head meet – held this year June 2nd-4th - is one of the UK's ‘should attend’ climbing festivals of the year. This year’s event, the ninth,was sponsored by RAB.

  • Jordan Buys nabs second ascent of Bat Shadow

    Despite the typically British weather – ie copious quantities of both heat and rain – Jordan Buys has repeated Steve McClure’s Bat Shadow (F8c+) at Malham. By all accounts, it’s the second ascent as well.

  • Tyler Landman and Leah Crane win British Bouldering Championships @ Cliffhanger

    Tyler Landman and Leah Crane return to the top spots on the podium and take the titles in the British Bouldering Championships @ Cliffhanger, Sheffield over the weekend.

  • Barbara Zangerl in amazing Pembroke trad-fest

    Austrian all-rounder, Barbara Zangerl, has been back in Britain over the last few weeks mopping-up an impressive number of E8 & E9’s in Pembroke including The Big Issue and Muy Caliente.

  • Gill Peet repeats Traverse of The Gods

    Gill Peet has added her name to the list of climbers who have successfully completed the 300 foot monster traverse at Longridge, Traverse of the Gods (F8b+).

  • Eliot Stephens breaks into Font 8b+ in Rocklands

    Eliot Stephens has just broken into the Font 8b+ grade for the first time with Golden Shadow; one of the older Fred Nicole blocs at Rocklands.

  • Shauna Coxsey takes gold, and overall 2017 WC title in Mumbai

    In a dazzling display of power and purpose both Shauna Coxsey and Jongwon Chon took back-to-back golds in Navi Mumbai over the weekend. Shauna Coxsey’s eleventh career gold gave her an unassailable lead and hence the 2017 IFSC World Cup Bouldering title - her second in as many years.



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