/ NEW ARTICLE: VIDEO: What makes the CWIF special?
It stands for Climbing Works International Festival and this year, on Saturday 20th March, some of the best bouldering talent in the world will descend on Sheffield to compete, and you can too.
There is £4000 of prize money. Percy Bishton one of the owners of the Climbing Works explains what makes CWIF special.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=2516
46 at last count with competitors from France (10), Austria (8), Australia (1 but he is dual nationality Swiss/Aussie so does he count as Swiss as well), Italy (5), Poland (5), Russia (1), Belgium (2), USA (1 but we might count Audrey as a Yank so is that 2), Venezuela (1, ok so Diego lives over here but he is only an honorary Yorkshireman), Ireland (2), the Netherlands (8) & Hong Kong (1). Plus a few Brits of course, some of whom are canny good like.
Between them they have won 1 World Championships, 3 World Cups, 2 Euro Championships plus more World Cup medals than Andy Earl has had hot dinners :-)
Free t-shirts - I'm sold.
I saw you throwing them out in the video, can't be the exclusive ;)
Come on lets see how much we can raise to see Graeme as a Magpie for the day.
Now for a further £50 you need to wear a Sunderland shirt all day at the Team Training and for the CWIF if you make it. Deal?
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