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Venerdì, Agosto 18, 2017

Boulder Contest

 

SOMETIMES THEY COME BACK

Cristian Brenna and Marzio Nardi will draw the boulder competition at the San Vito Climbing Festival

They are not aliens, neither terrifying monsters. But at the San Vito Climbing Festival sometimes they come back. We are talking about of two leading figures of Italian and international climbing world.

In the past edition of the festival both have enriched several times the list of "special guest”.

For this edition, with their proverbial friendliness and expertise, they will be engaged as official boulder drawer for the exciting competition which will take place in Piazza Santuario, event added in the large festival program since last year.

Following the tradition, the organization still be able once again to find new actors and offer different experiences.

After the perfect performance in 2015 of the French team lead by Richard Cigna, who professionally managed the bouldering event, this year the athletes will get involved with the new challenges that will offer the two big Italian climbers, on the wall designed for the occasion with new volumes and sockets DocRock. Hurry to sign up then! New drawer, new blocks and so much fun.


Marzio2 web

Marzio Nardi


Cristian Brenna

Cristian Brenna - web



Simon Carter "on Sight"

 

Simon Carter e Monique Forestier

From the far Australia to San Vito Climbing Festival

 

The Australian photographer Simon Carter and his wife Monique Forestier special guests for the 2016 edition.

Extending the horizons of international meetings with two guests this time from the opposite side of the globe, happy to be present at this year's festival and again raising the bar of quality offered by the organizers.

 

Simon Carter, estimated professional photographer as well as excellent climber, has spent the past decade traveling the world to document the climb and its protagonists, making exceptional quality shots and video. Fascinating the contents of his books Climbing World, an incredible collection of pictures, always looking for the "sense of place", climbing moments that combine action and place.

 

Monique Forestier, mother of the beautiful Coco and professional climber, the first Australian woman to climb routes graded 8b and 8b+, in 2012 became the first Australian woman to climb a route of 8c repeating Fish Eye by Chris Sharma at Oliana in Spain. In 2015 the 41 year-old has confirmed this level climbing his second 8c, the way Tiger Cat at Elphinstone, over 30 meters of intense climbing on small lists, in the cliffs near his home in the Blue Mountains. It will be nice to see her engaged on the hardest routes of San Vito, certainly followed by the husband’s camera.

 

Team E9 - Gabriele Gorobey and Andrea Polo

Gabriele Gorobey e Andrea Polo

The 2 super strong E9 climbers will be attendiong the Event!!! they went exploring Madagascar where they found and sent " never the same" a 700 m routes in one of the most amazing wall of the island. San vito will welcome them with a much more goliardic and exuberant atmosphere .. and the long Routes of the new Area Il grande occhio will test their skills.. lets see!!

yoga session

second you climbing

 

Breath deeply, relax your mind and release your muscles. Morning yoga sessions on the beach in San Vito Lo Capo 's beatiful shore. This is the best way to start your day.

Climbing and yoga empy your mindand much more, that's why to let them merge is perfect 

If you are interested to get into this combination you can read YOGARRAMPICATA by Alberto Milani available on the corner  Versante Sud and  YMCA Climbing House via Savoia 195 in San Vito Lo Capo.

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second you yoga for climbers

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