Ice Climbing Championships

Vertigo sufferers need not apply, these are the incredible globe-trotting world climbing championships. The 2012 UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup tour spanned five countries and ended on 10 March with Italys Angelika Rainer and Russias Maxim Tomilov winning their first overall World Cup titles. Climbers competed in two disciplines – known as lead, climbing 30 metres, and speed climbing 20-metre cliffs in the fastest time possible.

Vertigo sufferers need not apply, these are the incredible globe-trotting world climbing championships. The 2012 UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup tour spanned five countries and ended on 10 March with Italys Angelika Rainer and Russias Maxim Tomilov winning their first overall World Cup titles. Climbers competed in two disciplines - known as lead, climbing 30 metres, and speed climbing 20-metre cliffs in the fastest time possible.

Vertigo sufferers need not apply, these are the incredible globe-trotting world climbing championships. The 2012 UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup tour spanned five countries and ended on 10 March with Italys Angelika Rainer and Russias Maxim Tomilov winning their first overall World Cup titles. Climbers competed in two disciplines - known as lead, climbing 30 metres, and speed climbing 20-metre cliffs in the fastest time possible.

Vertigo sufferers need not apply, these are the incredible globe-trotting world climbing championships. The 2012 UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup tour spanned five countries and ended on 10 March with Italys Angelika Rainer and Russias Maxim Tomilov winning their first overall World Cup titles. Climbers competed in two disciplines - known as lead, climbing 30 metres, and speed climbing 20-metre cliffs in the fastest time possible.

Vertigo sufferers need not apply, these are the incredible globe-trotting world climbing championships. The 2012 UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup tour spanned five countries and ended on 10 March with Italys Angelika Rainer and Russias Maxim Tomilov winning their first overall World Cup titles. Climbers competed in two disciplines - known as lead, climbing 30 metres, and speed climbing 20-metre cliffs in the fastest time possible.