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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

BMC Hill walking symposium aims to inspire volunteers

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02/10/2018

Are you a hill walker wanting to get more involved with the BMC? Are you passionate about big issues affecting the hills and mountains, like litter, erosion, open access or rewilding? Then come along to the BMC Hill Walking Symposium on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 November.
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YOUTH & EQUITY

Youth Climbing Symposium 2018

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04/09/2018

The world’s first Youth Climbing Symposium returns on 24/25 November! Once again, leading coaches and climbers from around the world will be brought together to coach the youth of the UK at the fantastic Oakwood Climbing Centre.
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SKILLS

BMC Climbing Injury Symposium 2018

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30/07/2018

The UK's most knowledgeable symposium is back! Don't miss the BMC Climbing Injury Symposium in Birmingham on 10-11 November 2018.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Incredible comeback for Hazel Findlay

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17/03/2017

BMC ambassador Hazel Findlay has suffered with shoulder injury for seven years. Despite this, in 2014, she became the first British female to climb an 8c sport route, but it made her shoulder worse. Three years of pain, surgery, and rehab later, Hazel has just climbed another 8c. Sarah Stirling finds out the process behind such an epic recovery.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Top 5 tips from the BMC Climbing Injury Symposium

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12/12/2016

From fragile fingers to popping pulleys, the BMC Climbing Injury Symposium 2016 was packed full of top tips and cutting edge knowledge. Here's our pick of the event's top five learning points.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Breaking barriers: The BMC Climbing Injury Symposium 2016

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07/12/2016

Medical professionals united under a common interest in climbing at the BMC Climbing Injury Symposium 2016. In a year when climbing enters the Olympics, growth and development were the key themes; specialist physio Paul Welford reports.
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YOUTH & EQUITY

Improving communication with deaf climbers

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07/05/2015

When Suzi Rees lost her hearing six years ago, she became curious to explore how she could adapt communication methods used in rock climbing and find new ways of working with her climbing partner that made their lives easier. In Deaf Awareness Week (4-10 May), she shares her tips for communicating with deaf climbers and what the future looks like for deaf climbing.
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YOUTH & EQUITY

14 reasons why you should go to the Women’s Climbing Symposium 2014

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08/09/2014

The Women’s Climbing Symposium (WCS) has gone from strength to strength (that’s core, technical, dynamic, you name it) since its first year at the home ground of its organisers Shauna Coxsey and Steph Meysner in Liverpool. Claire Jane Carter tells us why this year's WCS in Glasgow is the place to be for women climbers everywhere.
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YOUTH & EQUITY

Women's Climbing Symposium 2013: report

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05/11/2013

It was unusually bustling for 9am on a Saturday morning. But this wasn’t just any Saturday at the popular south London climbing wall, the Arch, as this year's much anticipated Women's Climbing Symposium (WCS) had arrived. Katy Dartford was there to find out more…
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COMPETITIONS

Catch up with Coxsey

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11/10/2013

The competition season may be over for Shauna Coxsey but Britain’s top female boulderer still has plenty on the cards. Katy Dartford spoke to Shauna about her year so far.
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