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September 23, 2007 23:15 - Huber Brothers Going for Speed Record on El Cap

I just got an email from Hans Florine letting me know that the Huber brothers are in Yosemite. They came in on Friday the fourteenth of September.

Getting over their jet lag by climbing the nose the next day in 10 hours. They will be at Yosemite for the next few weeks and will be going for the record.

Hans Florine is predicting 2 hours 36 minutes

I will give you an update whenever I hear anything new.

Ryan

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September 19, 2007 18:01 - Tyler Landman Flashes Rumors of Glory, 8a

In the late 90's Jessie Guthrie bolted two routes on a wall Boulder Canyon. One was done by Ben Moon and is named Borg 8b, the other was done by Jessie himself.

Watch the video of Tyler Landman flashing rumors of glory 8a at the MoonBlog.

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September 19, 2007 17:49 - Robert Bates, a Pioneer in American Climbing Passes

Robert Hicks Bates, a pioneer of American climbing in the Yukon and the Himalaya, died on September 13 at age 96.

This story is provided to you by the great people over at Climbing.com.

Bates was among the generation of great Harvard Mountaineering Club climbers who came of age in the 1930s. Partnered with Bradford Washburn, he made an epic ascent of Mt. Lucania and Mt. Steele in the Yukon in 1935, walking more than 70 miles to escape the mountains after their successful climb when the plane that dropped them off could not return. Bates and others made the first ascents of Mt. Walsh, Mt. Alverstone, and Mt. Hubbard, all major peaks in the St. Elias Range.

During World War II, Bates helped develop climbing gear for the U.S. military, part of a revolution in clothing and equipment that spurred major advances in postwar mountaineering. He also orchestrated an Army expedition that made the third ascent of Denali in 1942.

Bates was a member of the American expeditions to K2 in both 1938 and 1953. His book K2: The Savage Mountain about the epic retreat from K2 during the ’53 expedition, coauthored with Charles Houston, is one of the classics of American climbing literature. He also wrote or edited several other books about his climbs and exploration.

Bates was a much-loved teacher of English at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire for more than 35 years; he retired in 1976. During leaves from his teaching job in the 1960s, Bates served as the first director of the Peace Corps in Nepal and as assistant director of the Outward Bound School. He is survived by his wife, Gail Oberlin Bates.

He certainly will be remembered.

Source: Climbing.com

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September 15, 2007 17:57 - Fred Rouhling Bouldering in South Africa

I just saw this video that someone added to our Bouldering Videos Section and it is sick.

Check it out here.

Ryan

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September 15, 2007 16:45 - Rock Climbing For Life Updates

A lot of things have been going on at Rock Climbing For Life so I am sorry for the delay in posting on the blog.

But I am back in action and get prepared for some really big news in the near future.

Here are some recent updates be sure to check them out.

Video of Tony Lamiche sending two V12's in a day

Check out some sick bouldering videos and share your bouldering videos with others

Sweet Horse Pens 40 Bouldering Video

How to Train at home without any equipment

Here is Sonnie Trotter Training at Vision (a good example of a campus routine)

Have a climbing question? Ask the Climbing Expert

Enjoy some of these recent updates and stay tuned for the big news.

Ryan


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September 15, 2007 14:26 - Climbing News Blog Adds Blog Rush

I wanted to let everyone know about a recent addition that I have added to this blog. It is called BlogRush and you can see what it is on the right hand side of this page.

It is the widget right below the orange RSS button for this feed on the right hand side.

So what is BlogRush and why am I excited. BlogRush is a widget that displays other blog posts on subjects that relate to your topic/niche. Anyone can choose to add their blog to that network for free by clicking the 'Add Your Blog Posts - Free' line at the bottom of the widget. But it is so much more than just that so if you have a blog you need to check this video out at BlogRush.com. It explains how you can get swarms of free targeted traffic to your blog.

If you don't have a blog just enjoy the additional blog posts about rock climbing and the outdoors.


Ryan

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