[LISTEN] These two teen climbers will represent SA at the 2018 Youth Olympics
South Africa is sending two young climbers to represent us at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games.
In total, Team SA will be sending 70 young athletes who will represent us in 19 different sporting codes.
The third Youth Olympics kick off in Buenos Aires on October 6 and run until October 18.
17-yeard-old David Naude says he started climbing five years ago and has never looked back.
18-year-old Angie Eckhard says she's been climbing since the age of seven.
The pair discussed their passion for the sport and how they have trained to prepare for the Games.
Listen to the discussion on The Pippa Hudson Show:
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