Interviews


MyClimber Interview with Iggi Moore

MyClimber Interview with Iggi Moore

Age: As old as my tongue but a little older than my teeth! Country: United Kingdom Q: What is your MyClimb Username? – Igs Q: What are your climbing goals? To get back into 5.13s, 8a or harder! Q: Most memorable climbing experience? I have two memorable moments....
MyClimber Interview with Christopher Moffitt

MyClimber Interview with Christopher Moffitt

Age: 40 – Country: U.S.A. Q: What are your climbing goals? My current goals are to Move up to 5-12 indoor Lead climbing. Also move to Outdoor sport climbing. Trad interests me as well. Q: Most memorable climbing experience? I think my most memorable Climbing...
MyClimber Interview with Alexander Furneaux

MyClimber Interview with Alexander Furneaux

Age: 21 – Country: Canada Q: What are your climbing goals? Recently, I’ve been trying to work on improving my technique on overhanging routes which I’ve always found pretty challenging. Long-term my hope is to get some trad climbing in with my brother who also...
MyClimber Interview with Nat Chittamai

MyClimber Interview with Nat Chittamai

Age: 29 – Country: Thailand Q: What are your climbing goals? My climbing goal now is to feel more comfortable with 5.11+ lead climbing. Q: Most memorable climbing experience? I went to climb at Reimers, Austin TX, last month with friends and it was so much fun....
MyClimber Interview with Alexandra Kaminska

MyClimber Interview with Alexandra Kaminska

Age: 35 Country: Poland Q: How did you start climbing? I don’t remember exactly. Just one day me and my friend started going on the climbing gym. After 6 years break, I decided that it is time to start again, and again with the same friend. Now I’m much...
MyClimber Interview with Tim Cottee

MyClimber Interview with Tim Cottee

Age: 48 – Country: U.K. Q: What are your climbing goals?  In my youth I climbed a lot and then had a period of maybe 10 – 15 years where it wasn’t such a big thing in my life. At that time I was leading up to HVS / E1 and the hardest route I did was an E1/5c. I...