Want to retire when my girlie qualifies as a medic in 2 years time. The deal is, I build us a house somewhere warm and then I can climb and skydive til my hearts content. Think the building thing may have to wait until I have ticked some routes though.
Steep sports routes are my fav at the mo but this will probably change when we get the rack out of the garage in summer.
When I am not climbing I can be found throwing myself out of planes at 14000 ft, turning as many points as possible while looking cool and groovey, then swooping in to make a perfect landing.
Don't know why people say I have a big head;-)
Best Climbing Experience
Everything I have done, especially if followed by an ice cold beer.
Favourite Climbing-Related Discussion Topic
Punters! I'm always amazed by people who struggle up a sports route carring 2 or three belay devices, screw gates and other useless junk!
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Interests Outside Climbing
Skydiving, I love 4 way training with the team at our club in Nottingham or in the Bodyflight tunnel in Bedford, the new chute (floresent green) makes it even more fun!
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Anything Else We Should Know
If I ever win the lottery I'm having my own windtunnel!