Stories of Ambition: Siddhi Manerikar, India


Siddhi Manerikar picked up climbing when her school built a new climbing wall for the PE class. After falling in love with the sport, Manerikar began traveling three hours daily to access the nearby gym. Manerikar has earned 25 nationals trophies and recently became the first Indian woman to climb an 8a (5.13b).

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