I'm Connor and I've been climbing since I could walk. When I blew my A2 pulley (left ring finger), I used one of the early iterations of the SPOrt™ and followed the recovery protocol. The pulley healed fully and now I'm climbing harder than ever! I'm proud to represent the SPOrt™, as I've experienced its impact firsthand. Now I want to share it with fellow climbers who are struggling with finger injuries and get them back in action!
I'm based in Colorado Springs, as Amity (my wife) pursues a Masters in Sports Nutrition. Last year, we converted a Ford Transit into our home on wheels, "[dirt]BagEnd" which serves as our current home. I'm working part-time at CityROCK and part-time as a carpenter, and we're in weekend warrior mode at the moment (Rifle, South Platte, Shelf Road, Penitente Canyon, The Monastery, Estes Park, Vedauwoo).
Indian Creek (late March)
Yosemite (late May)
High Sierras (early June)
Rifle (late June)
Follow along with our adventures - we're on Instagram: @warmewanderings
If you want to get in touch, feel free to email: email@example.com
Connor's personal bests:
The Real Deal (5.13c sport), South Platte
Rodeo Clown (5.13b sport), Maple Canyon
Tiers of Fear (5.12a trad), Shawangunks
Amity's personal bests:
Apocalypse (5.13c sport), Rifle
Sometimes Always (5.13c sport), Rifle
Rude Boys (5.13c sport), Smith Rock
Angry Birds (5.13c sport), The Red
Brothers in Arms (5.12d trad), South Platte
She also represented Team USA in the World Cup ice climbing events in Cheongsong, South Korea, in Beijing, China, and in the World Cup Finals in Denver (February 2019). Check out this mini-feature on her!
Connor on The Path (5.11a)
Lake Louise, AB, Canada. Photo: @janzahula
Connor and Amity on Forbidden Peak (via the West Ridge), North Cascades, WA, USA.