/ OI NEWS: Leo Houlding Signs 5 Year Sponsorship Deal With Berghaus

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Leo Houlding signs extended five year sponsorship deal with Berghaus #1, 5 kbLeo started working with Berghaus at the age of 17. Alongside Sir Chris Bonington, he is one of the longest serving members of the company's team of sponsored climbers. His profile has risen fast in recent years, on the back of a series of spectacular expeditions, many of which have been turned into award winning films...

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creag - on 08 Feb 2011
In reply to UKC Gear:
I heard he was signing for Chelsea...
Tony the Blade on 08 Feb 2011
In reply to creag:
> (In reply to UKC Gear)
> I heard he was signing for Chelsea...

They couldn't afford him!
Roberttaylor - on 08 Feb 2011
In reply to UKC Gear: Bring back the Berghaus extrem crag 45+10, ditch the heavy and awkward verteplate. Instead use a concertina'd foam mat.

mattmurphy - on 08 Feb 2011
In reply to UKC Gear:
5 more years of posing...
Byronius Maximus - on 08 Feb 2011
In reply to mattmurphy:
> (In reply to UKC Gear)
> 5 more years of posing...

If 'posing' is what opens up routes like The Prophet, then long may it continue.
plyometrics - on 10 Feb 2011
In reply to mattmurphy:
> (In reply to UKC Gear)
> 5 more years of posing...

As I hope you would expect, that's part and parcel of being sponsored.

Equally, in order to be sponsored, generally you've got to be very good at what you do - Which Leo appears to be.

Long may his 'posing' continue.
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Duncan Campbell - on 10 Feb 2011
In reply to mattmurphy: I'm sure you are far more worthy of sponsorship, but you aren't prepared to put in any effort to help Berghaus and therefore, you haven't been signed...

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