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Thomas Jaremczak 30.04.2013
- Adam Bielecki about the fight on Mount Everest: broken an unwritten rule (More World / Single) Add to playlist
Nepalese police are investigation over alleged fight, which was to reach the top of Mount Everest between two well-known climbers Simone Moro and Ueli Steck and mountain guides. Italy and Switzerland’s continued ascent defying Sherpas. According to the Nepalese caused a small avalanche. Climbers deny that such an event has occurred.
Adam Bielecki admits that these reports are shocking. He notes, however, that one could have expected after what going on since the beginning of the organization of commercial expeditions to Mount Everest. – Each year there are more and more people. Around the entrance to the top of the industry was built. A Sherpas are there to work, earn a lot of money. Where there is money and big business comes at some point to such incidents – Bielecki said.
Polish climber recalled that the Sherpas are at home and all records enter the Everest belong to them. A sport climbers, focused on performance, are in the minority. Sherpas are not used. – When there are next, they go quickly without oxygen, then break the unwritten rules that exist there. It can irritate the Sherpas. I suspect that some aspect of the ambitious could take place – Bielecki said.According to Bielecki
??sports stunts on Mount Everest are now very difficult. In fact, they are not in the spring season, when the input is the easiest and the best weather. He recalled that he greatly angered Simone Moro last season, the public images of Mount Everest, where you could see the queue of climbers heading for the summit. Create traffic jams. – Fortunately, not all of the Himalayas as they look. Not all Everest so it looks like what is happening on two classic road from the north and from the south – Bielecki said.
Listen Dariusz Rosiak conversation with mountaineer Adam Bielecki .