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Markus Bendler on Ice Climbing WC.
Markus Bendler from Austria won the Ice Climbing World Cup 2009 Lead

Martina Èufar
I will always remember the moment I came from behind a corner and saw the wall for the first time. "WAW!!" A really amazing gorge with overhanging, colourful walls. But when climbing I didn't feel the overhanging so much. It was great to hang on belays with nothing but the air beneath!

Martina Èufar about Vizija 8c
It is a great line on the central part of Misja Peè which has a great name. The name of the route is very important to me, and Vizija somehow sounds optimistic for my future climbing. I am joking a bit now, but how the title in a magazine “Martina's Total Eclipse” (it's a name of another 8c I tried) would sound like? Martina's Vision is much better, isn't it?

Muriel Sarkany - Portrait
An extensive interview with a legend of female sport climbing.

Pete Robins on gritstone season
Pete Robins climbed ground-up Renegade Master E8 6c at Froggatt - however general consensus is now highball 7C/+. Pete slipped off the very top on an early attempt, taking the full height fall and landing on the ground, missing his crachpad. He climbed it next go...

Phillip Schaal on Jade
After taking some time to get back into shape, Phil Schaal has done the 5th ascent of Jade V15 in Upper Chaos Canyon, RMNP.

Robert Jasper on Yeti
The Eiger North Face is a very important part of my private climbing history. For me it´s the best and the biggest face in the Alps, and with very dramatic history.

Second ascent of Lowe's Route on Trapecio
Andean mountains are ideal for fast lightweight ascents which I like most; you can climb something good in 3 weeks and that goes well with my regular job. and I like the way of life down there: I've got many friends in Peru and I feel there almost like at home.

Simone Moro on winter Makalu
Simone Moro and Denis Urubko reached the 8462m high summit of Makalu, carrying out the historic first winter ascent of the 5th highest mountain in the world.

Skyler Weekes - the King of the Dyno
Skyler Weekes trains for three solid months and flies over from the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, under his own steam, to defend his title and beat his last Cliffhanger dyno record. Last year he jumped 2.65m (just under 9 feet).

Steph Davis on Freerider
I like to switch my focus. For me, that is the most interesting thing in climbing, never staying in one category. Having made this achievement in the Valley, my thoughts are turning towards other goals again.

Tomá¹ Mrázek and Helena Lipenska
When I was starting climbing, everybody kept telling me that I could make myself "someone" in this sport only by training in France with the French. But I knew what I wanted, and I promised myself that I would be the best.

Ueli Steck on His Alpine Solos and a New Route on GII
For me soloing light and fast makes sense. There are big faces where soloist can be faster than a team. So the situations when you can be more effective than a party of two people are what I am really interested in. Climbing such routes as 'Bonatti' on Matterhorn makes more sense. I am sure you can solo this route totally safe in one day. This is just a step further…

Ueli Steck on the Eiger Record Climb
If a route is faster to climb solo then you have to climb it solo. If you try the Nose, is it definitely faster in a team. For me personally a team record does not count at all. It's just the fastest time that counts…

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