Route Setter Magazine vol. #4 OUT NOW!
24 November 2021
Inside this issue:
The Olympic debut of sport climbing – It took years to get there. Did it pay off?
The master of moves – An interview with Jacky Godoffe
The rise of indoor climbing in Japan – Why Japanese climbers blow everyone’s mind
When passion becomes profession – The path to professionalizing routesetting
Inspiring initiatives – Making climbing more inclusive and accessible
Fiberglass and wood volumes – A history of climbing holds part II
+ gym spotlights, the winners of the first Route Setter Magazine photo contest, the latest products from top brands and suppliers, and much more!
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Connor Herson made his first 8a headline in 2018 when he did an 8c+, 2nd go at age 14. In the same year he repeated The Nose 8b+ MP; and was #11 in the Youth Wo…
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Noah Wheeler has done Delirium (8C) at Mt Evans. The 20-year-old started bouldering outdoors only in 2020 as until then focused on competition. "After doing W…
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16 September 2022
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15 September 2022
Jakob Bizjak has repeated Domen Skofic’s five star line Umetnost (9a) in Ter. ”Such cool moves on this amazing line! I am also really happy to do it on that day…