/ WINNERS: Helium Friends...£1,000 worth of Prizes
WINNERS: Helium Friends...£1,000 worth of Prizes
Question: Which route at Burbage South does Pete Whittaker take a flyer off in the Helium Video?
Three 1st Prizes: Three people will receive a set of 3 Helium Friends each: worth £150 each. They are:
Dan Lane of Glossop, Derbyshire.
Lucy Blake of Goostrey, Cheshire.
Caroline Craig of Cheltenham, Gloucester.
Seven 2nd Prizes: Seven people will each receive a single Helium Friend: worth between £52 and £55 each. They are:
Chris Smith of Cheltenham, Gloucester.
Wendy Molyneux of Stafford, Staffordshire.
Simon Pelly of Bristol.
Ulrik Hasemann of Denmark.
Loris Doyle of Glossop, Derbyshire.
Laurence King of Sheffield.
C.G Cussell of Wilburtonely, Cambridgeshire.
Ten 3rd Prizes: Ten people will each receive a Wild Country chalkbag + Pure Chalk 350gm worth £20 each. They are:
Howie B Shribman of Rushton Spencer , Staffordshire.
Ross Davidson of Bristol.
Alex Auty of Rossendale, Lancashire.
Chris Smith of Guernsey.
Matthew Murphy of Durham.
Ian Webb of Mossley, Lancashire.
Jo Wheatley of Birmingham.
Graeme Hammond of Sheffield.
Steve Burns of Nottingham.
Andy Benson of Sheffield.
Thirty three years in the making and the distillation all Wild Country's knowledge the new Helium Friends build on the unique heritage of the most inspired and innovative product in climbing. There are 20 chances to win in this Wild Country Helium Friend competition.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=4024
Well I'm stuffed. Can't even figure out which bit is Burbage, let alone which route!
I submitted the wrong answer but now know the right one and can't enter again. Bugger!
But I'm not telling which route it is.
Is the contact address mandatory?
Well i know I've got the name right cause i have been there before, not climbed it though, but that's beyond the point. When do we find out the winners?
Well I'm curious too - it was an interesting challenge trying to find it and required some intepretation. I've also never been there ... but I reckon it was one of two:
- The climber lobbed off Offspring (E5)
- which is also the finish for Captain Invincible (E8)
And based on the belayer being where they are I went for the Captain
Purely voyeuristic in my case - not a chance you'd ever see me on either being a VS punter an' all ..
So scratch my itch and tell me - was my Google-fu strong (or hopelessly wrong)?
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