Osprey Packs, Inc., a leader in creating top-quality, high-performance, innovative packs, announced today the addition of renowned climber Beth Rodden to its roster of 2012 sponsored athletes.
“Osprey is proud to welcome a person of Beth’s caliber and accomplishments to the Osprey family of athletes,” said Gareth Martins, director of marketing for Osprey Packs. “She is a truly exceptional climber and human being and we look forward to utilizing her skills as an athletic ambassador and working with her in 2012 and beyond.”
One of the most accomplished female climbers in the world, Beth has free climbed three routes on El Capitan, more than any other woman. She has also established some of the hardest traditional climbs and sport climbs in the world by a woman, including free climbing the Nose on Yosemite’s El Capitan and the first ascent of Yosemite’s Meltdown. She was the youngest woman to climb a 5.14a, and is one of the only women in the world to have red-pointed a 5.14c/8c traditional climb.