Why Every Athlete Should Do Yoga

In my opinion, EVERY athlete – irrespective of sport or discipline – has the potential to enhance his or her ability by adopting a consistent yoga practice.

Video: Alan Hills on Switch Bitch 8a+/31

Alan Hills sending Switch Bitch in Montagu

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Video: Chasing JStar – Alberta

In our final episode, Jonathan travels to the Red River Gorge of Kentucky to face his greatest challenge to date: The Vader Project. In the journey towards completing this project Jstar learns many lessons about first ascents, success and failure, and the psychological challenges of climbing full-time.


Video: Jon Cardwell in RMNP

Jon’s sends from the 2011 season in Chaos Canyon, Rocky Mountain National Park.


Interview with Cody Roth


Alex Honnold in the New York Times

Honnold was attempting something no one had done before: climb the three biggest rock faces in the California park in succession, alone, and in less than 24 hours.


Video: 222 Kemeter Mich – Waterline World Record 2012

He walked the 222m Waterline WorldRecord twice: Once on the evening of July 6th, and once again on the morning after.


Americas’ highest peak rising even higher

Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the Americas, is 2.4 metres higher than the 6,964 metres measured in 1989, according to new scientific research using state-of-the-art technology.


Alex Honnold and Hans Florine break the Nose speed climbing record

A new Nose speed climbing record has been set by Alex Honnold and Hans Florine today, Sunday, June 17, 2012.

The Big Deal – Behind the Camera at Honnold’s Triple Crown