This story is to say thanks to all who have been and supported me before and after the accident. This story is to share my experience with all who need that kind of support, good word and mental power to fight the injury. And finally this story is f… See more
Our lives are full of transformative moments, and April 26, 2012 was one of them. It was the day I took a groundfall that shattered my back, pelvis, arm and both ankles, and changed my life forever. This is my story. My husband Nathan and I awoke th… See more
Here is my story, my accident and the route of recovery. Sharing it with hope it might be inspirational to anyone dealing with injury. I felt depressed and wanted to give up many times... and even though climbing almost killed me, I love it more tha… See more
“Up there, there is nothing. Just the story you wrote with your own life to get there”,
Alfonso de Vizán PREVIOUS NIGHT'S SYNDROME (PAULO) The biggest doubts always assault me by night.
I imagine every detail of the climb, I try to guess each step.
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- SÉAN !! How does one fall when climbing a chimney ?!?!? - YOU DON'T FALL !!! - Great… … See more
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Injuries come with the territory of sports, especially climbing. It’s an unfortunate side effect of pushing your limits, that sometimes you fall. The strength comes in getting back up and trying again. The stories come from the ridiculous moments in… See more
“Come to my mountains, they’ve never been climbed” The facebook messaged intrigued Milosz Pierwola, prompting his response: “Where are you from, Mars?” The answer became the spark to start his next journey “No, Iraq.” Pierwola is a self-procl… See more
In January 2018, Michaela Kiersch made the first female ascent of the fiendishly thin Necessary Evil (5.14c) in the Virgin River Gorge, Arizona. We got the pleasure to interview her… Q: Is it true that you used to drive 14 hours round-trip to the R… See more