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Mateusz Haladaj

Polish nationality
31 years old
« Climbing will become more common and loose a little of the hippy ambience »
 
 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
 

May 2013, Ciudad de dios, 9a (9a+?) /  Santa Linya, Spain.

April 2013, Open your mind direct  9a (9a+?) / Santa Linya, Spain.

June 2012,  Direct into your Fabelita 9a / Santa Linya, Spain.

March 2013, Fuck the system 9a /  Santa Linya, Spain.

May 2010, Martin Krpan 9a /  Osp, Slovenia.

August 2009, Erfolg ist trainierbar 9a / Adlitzgraeben, Austria.

September 2012, Sprawa honoru 9a /  Mamutowa cave, Poland.

October 2009, Los inconformistas 9a (8c+/9a) /  Rodellar, Spain.

 

His achievements on the field of competition climbing were: winning Bouldermonsters in 2002, the biggest bouldering comp in Poland  and taking part in World championships in Munich in 2005.

 
interview
+ What are your three finest climbing achievements ?
The most memorable of all my achievements is undoubtedly Biographie 8c+ at French Ceuse, on which I had to spent much time struggling at the top sequence. I also remember Austrian Erfolg 9a as one of the purest lines that I’ve tried. Frankenjura’s classic Powerplay appeared to be much harder than I expected, such routes stay in one’s memory for a long time.
+ Who do you enjoy climbing with ?
I prefer to climb with my best friends and my girlfriend, but It’s always great to spend time with any motivated people as you may always learn something new.
+ The best memory you have about climbing ?
Spring 2013 in Spain, with fantastic people and excellent weather conditions…
+ And the worst ?
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+ What do you like to do when you’re not climbing ?
Sightseeing and travelling when I’m on the climbing trip and working with creative people when I’m at home.
+ What’s your involvement with the Millet design center ?
Since 4 years I’m lucky to be one of the technical advisors of the brand, ready to share my 12 years experience on the field of sport climbing.
+ How do you feel climbing will evolve in the next years ?
I presume It will become more common and loose a little of the hippy ambience, but will finally become a serious discipline.