Been doing this climbing thing a long time now, mostly pretty averagely. Follow Jack Longland's principle that 'British climbing is organised cowardice' but have never actually been that organised.
Like most aspects of rock-climbing, with a preference for 'trad'. Opportunities to get out are limited these days but I'm still keen.
I had a hip replacement a while back which worked very well. I had a knee replacement the other year which didn't go quite so well (still time though...). Loads of other accumulated arthritic problems, therefore still rubbish: the 'best onsights' bit over there is pretty much redundant.
Best Climbing Experience Getting to a point where I'm thankful to do anything resembling climbing, so I'd say it's the most recent, whatever that may be.