Meet the Twins … actually only one of us is a twin…can you guess who?

Nick (left) Miles (right) pitching our rock climbing holds to business moguls at the Peter Farrell Cup

Nick (left) Miles (right) pitching our rock climbing holds to business moguls at the Peter Farrell Cup

 

Miles

Miles at a lush Ton Sai, Thailand.

Miles at a lush Ton Sai, Thailand.

Miles loves to chat, but mumbles a bit. He'll stare at you blankly until you laugh at his jokes and he reckons he's cursed with a big booty that weighs him down when climbing.

He's also excessively extroverted and always up for anything outdoors. Camping, canyoning, ocean swims, music festivals and of course climbing. The adventure of outdoor climbing is what really hooks him.

Miles is a structural engineer with a passion for timber engineering. To make this exciting idea into reality, we need to run an effective business. Working on large infrastructure projects has taught Miles how to manage resources and people. The skills are also great for building home woodys.

 

Nick

Nick is the actual twin of Twin Climbs and was the smaller of his twin duo growing up.

He loves detailed methods and procedures. He harnesses these skills for use in his PhD where he's working to improve solar panels by keeping them cold.

There's no shortcuts when you're with Nick, a keen fact-checker, always googling to make sure he can correctly say "actually, …". He also realised, with some time and research, that we could make outdoor routes accessible using new manufacturing techniques.

He's a strong boulderer, recently getting his teeth (and fingers) into some of Sydney's outdoor problems. Nick uses data to influence his training regime, hopefully accelerating his growth as a climber (and growth compared to his Twin sister). 

Nick at a sandy Bronte, Australia.

Nick at a sandy Bronte, Australia.