Garnbret in Time100 Next - Condie in Forbes 30under30

Friday, 19 February

Janja Garnbret has been included in the Time100 Next 2021 list, which is an extension of their Top-100 list of profiles shaping the future. "Climbing is a visual sport that, with its spectacular jumps and infinite variations of problem-solving, lends itself to TV."

Garnbret is the big favourite to win in Tokyo. Overall she has won 26 World Cups and four World Champion titles in Lead and Bouldering, although being just 21 years old.

A couple weeks ago, Kyra Condie was featured in the Forbes 30 under 30 list. She will also participate in the Olympics. When she was eleven, she was diagnosed with diagnosed with idiopathic scoliosis and recommended to stop climbing. Four months after a vertebrae fuse, she won her first Youth Nationals.

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