Articles tagged with: Matt Segal
Last time it seemed everyone liked the group of fake ads we created, so me and Andy Chasteen got together and made a few more for you. I think I might pitch a few of these to TNF and 5.10. They have to go for them right? I should have gone into advertising. The last one is one Andy made for Wig’s super awesome advice column.
We are a little upset over here at P&C. I don’t feel like a whole lot of badass climbing has been happening lately. I mean there are a few things. Like that V16 that old guy did in that other country. And little Matt Segal sent new super scary and hard thing in Eldo recently too, but on the whole I feel like not too much is going on aside from Chris Sharma’s ever expanding list of 5.15′s going up in Spain and frankly it’s old news. Maybe I’m just …
Have you ever seen a man with sun beams coming out his ass? Ander Rockstad is this man. The man is a beacon of happiness. When he gets sick he throws up rainbows and jelly beans. I’ve never seen anything like it. Dude is seriously psyched all the time.
If you don’t live under a rock then you probably know that the U.S. Bouldering Championships were this past weekend at the Spot gym in Boulder. If you paid any attention at all you know Daniel Woods and Alex Johnson crushed hard enough to clench the titles. Their accomplishments are worthy enough to drink to tonight except for the fact that neither one of them are old enough to buy their own alcohol.
We are still trying to round out our end of the year awards so here’s another bunch.
Remember all of those COOL kids from your high school got that page in the yearbook with clever little predictions and stupid little attributes like best smile, biggest flirt, most likely to make a million dollars? Well none of us geeky climbers probably got those, (except me, I magically won most athletic which is odd because I weighed 114 lbs in high school…) and none of us made a million dollars either, and we …
Matt Segal made climbing history with his first free ascent of Iron Monkey, Eldo’s hardest traditional route to date. Lately, Matt’s been climbing up a storm, bringing fresh ambition to the trad world, plus a little attitude. We met up for a morning interview at the Trident, Boulder’s favorite Buddhist-owned cafe/office. The next day he sent his project up at Independence Pass near Aspen. What’s next? Only at P&C, this Miami compkid turned stonemonkey tradster comes clean about ethics, the Czech and his love life.