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Jun 09, 2017
IOC starts discussions on awarding hosting rights for 2024 and 2028 Olympics at onceThe plan fits the IOC's effort to make Olympic bidding less costly, with cities often spending tens of millions of dollars only to come up empty handed.
Jun 05, 2017
Researchers create a system that uses 3-D modeling to recreate challenging mountain climb indoorsUsing digital fabrication, the team developed a system that replicates the hardest stretches of the climb, so that it can be practised on indoor climbing walls.
Aug 07, 2015
Remains of two Japanese climbers on Matterhorn identified after 45 years | ReutersGENEVA The remains of two young Japanese climbers missing on the Matterhorn mountain since a 1970 snow storm in the Swiss Alps have been identified through DNA testing of their relatives, police said on Thursday. Human bones spotted by a climber last September on a shrinking glacier at an altitude of 2,800 metres were sent to the medical examiner for identification, cantonal (state) police in the Valais said. The two men disappeared on the famed peak above Zermatt almost exactly 45 years ago, on Aug
Apr 30, 2015
Climbing to resume on Mount Everest by next week: officialClimbing will resume on Mount Everest by next week despite an earthquake-triggered avalanche that left 18 people dead on the world's highest peak, a Nepalese government official said Thursday.
May 26, 2014
On top of the world: Andhra girl is youngest female to scale EverestA 13-year-old girl from Andhra Pradesh became the youngest female climber to scale Mount Everest on Sunday.