WINNERS - Win 1 of 3 copies of Mastermind book with Margo Hayes pencil! Competition


The famous Wolfgang Güllich once said: "The brain is the most important muscle for climbing." Utilising the power of your mind will make the most of your existing strength, techniques and ability to perform under pressure not just in climbing, but in all sport. The climbing legend Jerry Moffatt, who inspired generations of climbers, invites you to explore and maximise your mental potential.

Win one of 3 copies of this masterpiece including an exclusive Margo Hayes pencil :)

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3 Dec, 2018

As mentioned when the last time this comp came up - what on earth is a Margo Hayes pencil?

3 Dec, 2018

Is that a recent picture of Margo? She really let herself go.

3 Dec, 2018

Will someone at UKC please explain what's so special about this pencil. The question was asked last time with no reply. No need to be embarassed!

Hi Frank. The pencil has a quote on it with Margo's mantra "Breathe and focus."

3 Dec, 2018

I assume that it'a lead pencil and that top ropers use crayons.

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