# CLIMB TO TOKYO

EDITORIAL

Monday, 14 June

Working towards goals with motivation, discipline and a lot of heart and soul, taking on challenges and getting back up after setbacks... Hannah knows this all too well as an athlete in the German national climbing team! A lot of sweat, a lot of skin, a lot of training... Chris also fights for his dreams - not only in the competitions but also in the long periods of preparation! Hannah Meul and Chris Hanke are successful athletes of the German national climbing team. We followed them for a little while on their journey...

CHEER FOR THE ATHLETES AND WIN!
You are part of the climbing community too! Cheer on the athletes of the national team for their competitions in Tokyo and you can even win something for yourself! How? It's easy: Post a picture of yourself in a climbing fan outfit (on Facebook in the comments or on Instagram as a separate post) and feel free to add a few motivating words for the athletes. To help us find your entry, link to EDELRID, DAV and Bergfreunde and use the hashtag #climbtotokyo.

Among all entries EDELRID will give away ten very exclusive ropes: the "EAGLE LIGHT 9.5 MM GERMANY" is the climbing rope of the national team in the colours of the German flag. # Climb to Tokyo

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