Sportrock In The News
The Washington Post
Love sport climbing at the Olympics? Here’s where you can get started in the D.C. area.
For the first time, Olympic athletes are competing in sport climbing — scaling inverted walls with complicated routes that require physical and mental prowess.
Alexandria’s Sportrock Climbing Center is packed with business after Biden visit
The Sportrock Climbing Center has been pretty packed since President Joe Biden visited with the First Lady and Governor Ralph Northam last month.
Northern Virginia Magazine
Best of NOVA 2020: Fitness
Working out has been a saving grace for many during this surreal time. Whether you’re boxing, spinning or finding your Zen with yoga, these top fitness destinations in NoVA will help you keep your cool.
District Fray Magazine
Sportrock Director Talks Community + Reopening
Many of who have been sedentary for way too long due to necessary restrictions on places hosting large crowds are itching to get back to the physical activities we love as gyms and fitness facilities reopen, but safety precautions must still be complied with. To get a feel for how local gyms are approaching their reopening, District Fray spoke with Sportrock of Alexandria’s director Sean Taft-Morales about their new protocol.
Inside the Hidden Treasure Trove of Small Businesses in Eisenhower West
The West End Business Center (5308 Eisenhower Avenue) and Van Dorn Metro Business Center (5416 Eisenhower Avenue) look like average industrial uses, but several of the businesses inside this suite offer unique services that are relatively hidden from those who don’t already frequent the Eisenhower West area.
The DC Post
Living in DMV Area and Looking for a Climbing Gym?
Washingtonians were super happy when the news emerged that the District would finally have its own climbing gym next year. Till then, however, they will continue to make the trip to either Virginia or Maryland every time they crave a vertical adventure.