Steve McClure puts up a new 8b boulder problem at Stanage, England
Will Gadd and Kim Csismazia win Ice Boulder in Cortina, Italy
Will Gadd on tour and in form in Europe - M9
Courchevel structure collapses - competition first suspended, then halted altogether.
Mauro Bole discards leashes and repeats X files, M10.
Marco Anghileri makes the first winter solo ascent of Solleder, Civetta, Dolomites
The Canadian company receives two of the 20 APEX awards for the best products manufactured in Polartec®.
The second stage in this year's Ice World Cup will take place in Courchevel from the 23 - 25 January.
François Lombard and Irina Ryzhenkova win first stage of the Ice Climbing World Cup 2000 in Austria.
The appeal by Argentinean mountaineer Rolando Garibotti to safeguard the future of the Fitz Roy massif.
The 1999 Piolet d'or was awarded to the Frenchmen Lionel Daudet and Sebastien Foissac for their new route on Burkett Needle, Alaska.
The Italian Mauro Bole confirms his reputation as one of the best ice climbers in the world by repeating Stevie Haston’s Welcome to the Machine M10 in Valsavarenche and then onsighting Lionel Daudet’s Quartier Nors M10.
The first stage in the first ever Ice Climbing World Cup circuit will take place in Pilztal, Austria on the 14 -16 January 2000.
10th Rassemblement International des Glacieristes du Fournel - the programme
From the 28-30 January 2000 Cortina d'Ampezzo will host, for the second consecutive year, the Ice Bouldering Competition.
The “Rassemblement International des Glaciairistes du Fournel” will celebrate its 10th anniversary from the 3rd to the 9th of January 2000.
After the World Cup in Birmingham many athletes travelled east to Sheffield to compete at the Urban Rock FIBO Boulder Challenge.
Born in 1998 and consolidated in 1999, the Ice World Cup 2000 will take place from January to March 2000 and be held in 7 different venues.
The 1999 World Championship, held in Birmingham, was won by the Italian Bernardino Lagni and the French Liv Sansoz.