WINNERS: Helium Friends...£1,000 worth of Prizesby Michael Ryan Sep/2011
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Three 1st Prizes: Three people will receive a set of 3 Helium Friends each: worth £150 each
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.
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
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. From the company that made the first ever camming device, Helium Friends are stylish, dynamic and ergonomic. The Helium Friend is designed to be the ultimate Friend and has been superbly re-engineered to achieve this aim with a unique mix of classic and new features. It's the Friend that completes the sharpest, lightest racks, the Friend for the hardest sends and the most insane cracks; the Friend to lead the next generation.
And here is your chance to win some.
This competition ends on 24th September.
Read about Ray Jardine, Mark Vallance, Wild Country and the first Friends in this UKC article The Story Of The First Wild Country Friend.
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