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a climber's rope

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  • Rope climbing — is a sport in which competitors, usually men, attempt to climb up a suspended vertical rope using only their hands. Rope climbing is practiced regularly at the World Police and Fire Games, and is enjoying a resurgence in France, where… …   Wikipedia

  • Rope drag — In rock climbing, rope drag is the friction felt when pulling a rope through a number of pieces of protection, or over rock prominences. It is exacerbated by having great numbers of anchor placements, and especially if they form a zig zag rather… …   Wikipedia

  • Rope — This article is about non metallic ropes. For other uses, see Rope (disambiguation). Coils of rope used for long line fishing A rope is a length of fibres, twisted or braided together to improve strength for pulling and connecting. It has tensile …   Wikipedia

  • Climber (BEAM) — In BEAM robotics, a Climber is a robot that goes upward or downward with gradual or continuous progress on a track (such as a rope or wire). v · …   Wikipedia

  • Tom Higgins (rock climber) — Tom Higgins (Thomas John Higgins, 1944 ) is a California rock climber with many first and first free ascents primarily in the western United States. He is noted for pushing standards using a purist, free climbing style.Early Climbs, Tahquitz… …   Wikipedia

  • Kernmantle rope — is rope constructed with its interior core (the kern) protected with a woven exterior sheath (mantle) that is designed to optimize strength, durability, and flexibility. The core fibers provide the tensile strength of the rope, while the sheath… …   Wikipedia

  • John Gill (climber) — John Gill (1937 ) is an American mathematician who has achieved recognition for his rock climbing. He is considered the Father of Modern Bouldering by many climbers. Sherman, John (1994). Stone Crusade: A Historical Guide to Bouldering in America …   Wikipedia

  • Paul Preuss (climber) — for the writer, see Paul Preuss (author) Paul Preuss (19 August 1886 – 3 October 1913) was an Austrian climber who achieved recognition for his bold solo ascents and for the purity of his climbing style. Born in Altaussee, he attended Gymnasium… …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Hudson (climber) — Charles Hudson Charles Hudson (4 October 1828 – 14 July 1865) was an Anglican chaplain and mountain climber from Skillington, Lincolnshire, England. Hudson was one of the most important climbers of the golden age of alpinism. An immensely strong… …   Wikipedia

  • top rope Climbing — noun a rope lowered from above to the lead climber in a group, to give assistance at a difficult part of a climb. verb (top rope) climb (a route) using a top rope …   English new terms dictionary

  • top rope — 1. Climbing n. a rope lowered from above to the lead climber in a group, typically to give assistance at a difficult part of a climb 2. v. (top rope) [trans.] climb (a route or part of one) using a top rope …   Useful english dictionary


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