Monthly Archives: March 2014

  • The Boulder Rock Club will host a SCS Youth Climbing Competition on Saturday, April 12 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be a paraclimbing competition during the second wave that is open to adaptive youth climbers of all skill levels. Please visit http://boulderrockclub.com/programs/boulder-climbing-series for competition rules and registration details. Cost: Pre-registraion (March 18 […]

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  • Don’t miss Sean O’Neill speak about his latest adventures in adaptive climbing on Saturday, March 29 at College Get Outside Weekend, College Outside’s flagship weekend, where college students get the opportunity to spend the weekend with leaders from other outing clubs in the region. The weekend is jam-packed with rock climbing in Rumney, hiking to mountain tops and […]

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  • Sean O’Neill Climbing into His Greatness by Allen Crabtree Philosopher Robert Tew once said “It doesn’t matter what happens to you. What matters is what are you going to do about it? Are you going to complain and shrink or are you going to step into your greatness?” This could well describe Sean O’Neill’s approach […]

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  •   Paradox Sports is hosting an adaptive climbing clinic at Sender One Climbing in Santa Ana, CA on March 29. The two-hour clinics are designed to introduce people with physical disabilities to adaptive climbing techniques and specialized equipment. The clinics will be led by Pete Davis, Director of Curriculum for Paradox Sports and AMGA certified […]

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  • Some of you might recall Pablo, a bka amputee since 2009, from the Mountain Hardwear video that featured him and Matt Wilder climbing together in Boulder Canyon. Read below to find out about his first-ever trad lead! My friend Kevin and I were looking at getting on some stuff on the Rincon Wall but ended […]

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  • Months of planning. Hours crawling through snow and clawing up vertical ice. Hundreds of nonstop pull-ups. And when climber Sean O’Neill reached the top of Telluride’s daunting Bridal Veil Falls, a 365-foot fang of treacherous ice, he felt reborn. Watch: Video of O’Neill’s ascent up Bridal Veil Falls. “You are at the top, and it’s […]

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  •   Paradox Sports and Adaptive Adventures are hosting a Paralympic Game Night at Dave & Busters on Friday, March 7 starting at 6 p.m. This is a great way to meet people from the Front Range Adaptive Climbing Club and cheer on your favorite athletes competing in Sochi!   Go Heidi Jo Duce!!!!

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