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Your Nipple: First Bluetooth speaker designed for climbing sports

The first Bluetooth speaker ever, dedicated to climbers, easily to be attached to your carabiner. Connect to your phone via Bluetooth and listen your sick music, whilst you are stuck to the wall up high.

Of Men and Monsters – Topside

This new addition to the Maze at Topside is easily one of the best of its grade in Cape Town.

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Adam Ondra – Please Comment if you know whats going on!

Adam Ondra explains laws of Mejcup bouldersession.

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Three Peaks Challenge

18th running of Three Peaks Challenge on Saturday

Town City Bowl: Devil’s Peak, Maclear’s Beacon (via Platteklip Gorge) and Lion’s Head. Participants have 14-hours to complete this 50-kilometre Three Peaks Challenge, which is presented in proud partnership with K-Way.

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Hikers Mugged on Kommetjie Trail

Hikers Mugged, another attack on hikers in Kommetjie. The report below is via Facebook and was reported by a resident in Kommetjie.

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kalymnos rock clmibing

Andrea Biffi Sending Hard in Kalymnos

21 year old Andrea Biffi recently made a trip to Kalymnos where he went on a sending spree climbing 26 routes up to 8b. Andrea went on to send Gaia (8b) and afterwards onsighted Aegialis (7c) and Punto Caramelo (8a+).

Angy Eiter on Hades

Angy Eiter sends Hades (9a) and Zauberfee (8c+)

In early October Angy Eiter became the first female to send ‘Hades’ (9a) and “Zauberfee” (8c+)

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Adam Ondra on the Illusionist at Flatanger Cave, Norway

Change – Adam Ondra Onsights 2 8c+ Routes

Adam Ondra on-sights Nordic Flower (established as 9a, today more like 8c/+) and Muy Verdes 8c/+ in Hanshelleren cave in Flatanger, Norway.

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Augmentium, Squib

Augmentium (30, 8a+) – A Trad First Ascent

The story of Squib Climbing the Trad First Ascent of Augmentium (30, 8a+) in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, placing all his gear on lead.

Alan Eustace, Google Jump

Google Executive Makes World Record Jump

Alan Eustace, a 57-year-old senior vice president at Google, broke Baumgartner’s much-heralded world altitude breaking record.