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Busteni adventures 4

Finally, internet again thanks to Stephanie, who gave us the key to her room. Enough to write some e-mails and get some pictures online.The qualifications long behind us, even the semi-finals were already yesterday. Just the finals left, but not for me…(Here the up-to-date info and livestream from the event)This was our last competition of…

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Seoul, Beijing, Frankfurt and Kandersteg: from rice to nice

Today, Kandersteg, after a big week of travelling. There was hardly any ice left, it was even so warm that we could climb in a top!Here my report of the last days in Korea and China and the iceclimbing Worldcup…Going abroad is always something for me. It’s a must. Getting to know different lifestyles, cultures,…

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Semi Finals!

And again, a very bad internet connection. I stole the cable from the media-tent (one internet connection for more then a hundred (!!!) media (tv, newspapers, radio…)But nevertheless…we’re both in the semi-finals!I even managed to get to the difficult semi-finals in the speed climbing! I landed 12th after many Russians and Koreans, ranking-wise not my…

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Worldcup Boulder Eindhoven

Waaa, exciting!I’m going to join the worldcup bouldering in Eindhoven this Summer!It’s now official and on all webpages: climbing.nl, nkbv.nl, the worldcup webpage and more :) Quite scary when people talk about you on webpages and stuff. I’m even in some kind of poll on climbing.nl: “Who is going to be…” bla bla, just vote,…

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Korean Iceclimbing Worldcup 2011

Today some fun news, which will make me work for my climbing! Literary, because I’ll have to get money for a very expensive ticket to…South-Korea!On the website of the UIAA they announced the first ever Iceclimbing Worldcup in Asia.The Korean Alpine Federation (weird signs alert) will organise the Worldcup in 2011.(Picture: Hee Yong Park from…

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