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There were 202 entries in the METOLIUS BOULDERING PHOTO COMP. The winners below were decided by a combination of readers votes and the judgement of Rick Legge and Mike Lloyd of Beyond Hope.
Next March we plan to have another bouldering photo comp based on the theme of a winter bouldering day: bare that mind when you are out and about bouldering... TAKE YOUR CAMERA!
Thank you to all who entered and congratulations to the winners below. We have attempted to contact all the winners but haven't received everyone's address so that we can send you your prize. (Drop me an email email@example.com).
FIRST: Simon Rogers
Prize: Behemoth Crash Pad: £225 and a Bouldering Brush Kit: £30
SECOND: Rosie Henstock
Prize: Boss Hog Crash Pad: £160 and a Bouldering Brush Kit: £30
THIRD: Dan Arkle
© Dan Arkle
Prize: Stomp Crash Pad: £130 and a Bouldering Brush Kit: £30
All runners up also get METOLIUS Superchalk and M16 Bouldering Brush and fingertape.
: Adam Long
Keith Bradbury on Cornelius, highball 7C, Ina's Rock.
© Adam Long
: Adam Lincoln
: Tom Woodcock
: Keith Bradbury
: Jason Darke
Nick on Le Flipper
: Thomas Schermer
: Michal Medera
Not To Be Taken Away
© MYSSAK, Sep 2009
Metolius equipment is born out of respect for the sport we love, rock climbing. We are aunique collection of North American climbers who came together in the1980s to push our personal limits at Smith Rock. We shared a common passion for hard gymnastic free climbing, bouldering and for exploration in the mountains andon bigwalls. Unwilling to punch the corporate clock, we decided to design and build our own equipment, much of which was unavailable at the time. Amazingly, Metolius grew from Doug's tiny garage near the headwaters of the Metolius River (where we take our name), into a respectable business and a brand name that has become synonymous with quality, safety and design excellence. Twenty five years later we are still totally committed to the climbing lifestyle, making the absolute best equipment, helping to educate others and preserving the environment in which we live and play.
Beyond Hope support the following climbers in the UK.