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We believe that climbing is a powerful tool in creating healthy, purposeful, and inclusive communities and one that should be accessible to all people. When you choose Perfect Descent, you’re choosing to support climbing communities around the world. Sponsorship is an important part of our mission and we seek out partnerships that make a positive impact on the sport of climbing.
**UPDATE** In response to the global closure of climbing gyms, Perfect Descent has provided financial assistance to support the launch of the Climbing Wall Association Membership Assistance Program which aims to give a free, 1-year membership to every climbing gym in the world. Click the button below to learn more about this program and how to register your gym for membership.
At the heart of our sport are the athletes who continue to push the envelope and test the limits of what is possible. We're inspired by their passion, commitment, and perseverance. These athletes stand as global ambassadors for our sport and we're privileged to call them part of the Perfect Descent team.
Sean McColl: Four-time combined World Champion with 5 World Cup victories and 32 World Cup podiums, Sean McColl is a prolific competition sport climber. Hailing from Canada, McColl is also a 2020 Olympic hopeful. A strong competitor in all three competition disciplines, (bouldering, lead climbing, and speed climbing) he is set to be a forerunner in the combined Olympics event.
John Brosler: A 22 year old competitive climber from Dallas, TX, John started climbing in 2008 for Team Texas. It was here he fell in love with competitions and later became obsessed with speed climbing. Since then, John has won 10 U.S. National Championships, 2 Pan-American Championships, graced the podium at multiple Youth World Championships, and is currently trying his luck at the World Cups and the Olympics. John loves climbing outside as well; with his proudest send being The Vice in Rocklands, South Africa. When he’s not climbing, you’ll most likely find him either near an espresso machine, coaching, cooking/eating, or trying to make latte art.
Piper Kelly: A 19 year old climber from Indianapolis, Indiana, Piper has been climbing competitively since she was 11 and started specializing in speed in 2016. Since then Piper has had opportunities to compete in three Youth World Championships, one Youth PanAmerican Championship, one Open PanAmerican Championship, one World Cup, and one Open World Championship. Her proudest accomplishments are winning both the Youth and Open PanAmerican Championships, setting the open national record in the process, as well as placing 11th in her first World Cup.