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Genesis 103, June 2016
DOSSIER: Excellent body Introduction Manuel Schotté, p. 3 “Mountaineering is something more than a sport”. The Ethics of Alpinism in Victorian England Delphine Moraldo, p. 7 The invention of the ‘best French workers’ competition (1920-1930) Stéphane Lembré, p. 29 Georges Carpentier, birth of a sport...
The conquerants of the needless. Expression and dissemination of a model of heroic masculinity in the French post-war alpinism
The alpinism, a sport historically practised by men, takes a conquerent and heroic connotation during episodes of conquest new massifs. One of these episodes is the period from the 1950s to 1960s, the golden age of himalayism, which saw a competition between nations for the first rise on the fourtee...
Des gentlemen anglais à l’origine de l’alpinisme
Pendant des siècles, les montagnes sont considérées comme des endroits à éviter. La naissance de l’alpinisme comme discipline sportive est ainsi, en premier lieu, conditionnée par un changement de représentation des montagnes : comment passe-t-on de la vision d’une montagne fondamentalement inhospit...
Sport and tourism - An Effective Cooperation: Canoeing and Mountaineering in France before the First World War
International audience In the second half of the nineteenth century, sport and tourism developed simultaneously under British inspiration. The models of the Alpine Club and the Touring Club set examples which were emulated in France, thus benefiting the development of physical activities and the pla...
Energy expenditure of extreme competitive mountaineering skiing.
PURPOSE: Multi-hour ski mountaineering energy balance may be negative and intake below recommendations. METHODS: Athletes on the 'Patrouille des Glaciers' racecourses (17 on course Z, 27 km, +2,113 m; 11 on course A, 26 km, +1,881 m) volunteered. Pre-race measurements included body mass, stature, VO...
When alpinism became a vocation
We opened this third strand with a description of the changes that affected alpinism after the war, focusing on the major upheaval of the generalisation (for the ‘big’) of himalayism. We have already considered certain consequences, both for the recruitment of the alpinists and for the management of...
SERA conference: Romantic climbing
as part of its annual conferences, SERA is pleased to invite Simon Bainbridge, who will connect on Friday 3 July from 16 a.m. to 18 p.m. to talk to us about his latest work, Mountaineering and British Romanticism: The Literary Cultures of Climbing, 1770-1836 published just a few months ago at Oxford...
The sports passions of Italian leaders
‘titrebSummary’/titrebSi, in the first half of the 20th century, the Italian leaders exhibited their sporting practices — one thinks of Victor-Emmanuel III, alpinist Pie XI or all Benito Mussolini, this was much less so later. The posture displayed became more that of the enthusiastic spectator, fro...
[b][/b]The influence of 9-day trekking in the Alps on the level of oxidative stress parameters and blood parameters in native lowlanders
Background. The stimuli acting on a person in a high mountain environment (such as hypobaric hypoxia with subsequent reoxygenation, physical exercise) can significantly increase oxidative stress, stimulate erythropoiesis, lead to changes in the blood count and participate in the development of altit...
A contribution to the understanding of the history of mountaineering in Liburnia: historical overview of activities of the "Orljak" Mountaineering Club (1984-2010)
Activities of the “Orljak” Mountaineering Club from Opatija (hereinafter: the Club) are underrepresented in the history of Croatian mountaineering. However, a quarter of a century of existence and notable activities in Liburnia justify the need to document such an important episode in local, regiona...
Macroplastics contamination on glaciers from Italian Central-Western Alps
Plastics are synthetic organic polymers playing an irreplaceable role in our everyday life. However, their massive use, improper management and end-life disposal cause plastic accumulation in the environment. Plastic contamination is ubiquitous in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, including mounta...
Effects of climate change on high Alpine mountain environments: Evolution of mountaineering routes in the Mont Blanc massif (Western Alps) over half a century
In high alpine environments, glacial shrinkage and permafrost warming due to climate change have significant consequences on mountaineering routes. Few research projects have studied the relationship between climate change and mountaineering; this study attempts to characterize and explain the evolu...
Du moderne au pastiche. Questionnement sur l’urbanisme des stations de ski et d’alpinisme
Winter sports and mountaineering resorts have been instrumental in the revival of the mountain image, the opening-up of which to tourism had increased its popularity. Urban development has been summoned to produce functional accommodation and leisure sports facilities, not much to highlight the scen...
Le Cervin, sommet mythique et géomorphosite emblématique des Alpes suisses
Matterhorn, with its pyramidal shape, nearly obsessing in Switzerland, is since its conquest in 1865 an emblematic mountain in the history of mountaineering. But it is also the object of important geological and geomorphologic researches: place in the structure of Alpine range, carving by intersecti...
L’idée nationale en montagne et dans l’alpinisme : le cas du club alpin austro-allemand (DÖAV)
The institutionalization of mountaineering clubs belongs to each nation’s cultural history. These processes were carried out throughout ideological conflicts such as nationalisms. The Austrian-German Club being one of the most prominent examples. Right at the beginning, the club’s original members h...
Hiking Tourism in Spain: Origins, Issues and Transformations
In Spain, hiking is an activity that involves following paths, which may or may not be signposted, on foot, for sporting and cultural purposes. In the country as a whole, although with important regional variations, hiking has traditionally been linked to mountaineering and rambling clubs. However,...
Analysis of ice climber sport performance during competition
Sport discipline ice climbing was built on the reputation of climbing frozen waterfalls and can be defined as a unique discipline under the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA) in artificial, prescribed conditions, and according to certain rules. Due to the lack of articles ab...
Aktivitas Fisik Pendakian Gunung sebagai Olahraga Rekreasi Masyarakat
The purposes of this study were to know (1) focus on society motive in doing the physical activities of mountaineering, (2) to identify the gotten benefit of the physical activities of mountaineering for climbers, and (3) to identify risks and dangers of the physical activities of mountaineering. Th...
Active Holiday in Mt. Zlatibor County
Active holiday presents a new stream in tourism development of Serbia. The most interesting types of active holiday in Serbia are: free and mountain biking, rafting, hiking, mountaineering, free climbing, orienteering, fishing, sailing, rowing, paragliding, cave exploring, skiing, survival in nature...
Himalayan Dreaming : Australian mountaineering in the great ranges of Asia, 1922–1990
How did climbers from the world’s flattest, hottest continent become world-class Himalayan mountaineers, the equal of any elite mountaineer from countries with long climbing traditions and home ranges that make Australia’s highest summit look like a suburban hill? This book tells the story of Austra...
Understanding Extreme Sports: A Psychological Perspective
Extreme sports, those activities that lie on the outermost edges of independent adventurous leisure activities, where a mismanaged mistake or accident would most likely result in death, have developed into a significant worldwide phenomenon (Brymer& Schweitzer, 2017a). Extreme sport activities are c...
The summits of excellence. Sociology of excellence in mountaineering, in Britain and in France, from the 19th century until our time
This thesis proposes a socio-historical approach of excellence in mountaineering, from the creation of the British Alpine Club, the first alpine club in the world, founded in 1856, up until the beginning of the 21st century. Excellence is defined by three relations: a relation to the activity of mou...
From modern to pastiche. Questions about the urban planning of ski and alpinism resorts
Winter sports and alpinism stations helped to renew the image of the mountains, whose openness to tourism had increased its profile. Urban development has been called for to produce functional leisure sports accommodation and facilities, little to showcase a decoration and symbolic value of the iden...
“Go to Autrement” the promotion of tomorrow’s guides: Guide... but not just!
the planet is currently facing a profound environmental challenge, resulting from the blind use of available natural resources for economic growth. Due to its vulnerability, mountains are one of the geographical areas already heavily affected by climate change. The impact is serious: with the decrea...
Mapping potential release areas and runout path of rockfalls and rock avalanches in the French Alps
International audience High mountain environments of the European Alps have been increasingly affected by rockfalls (V > 100 m3) over the past decades, in conjunction with the atmospheric warming and the resulting permafrost degradation. These processes, and their potential cascading effects, consti...