CAITLIN CONNOR is a multi- disciplined climber and adventure seeker from Cambuslang, Glasgow, Scotland.

Caitlin is a member of the GB Climbing Team in both the Junior and Senior teams.

Foundation Coach Training.

RSA2, Routsetter at the Glasgow Climbing Centre.

Vice Chair and Coach of the Scottish Dry-Tooling Club

Having been in competition climbing of all disciplines from the the start of her career in climbing, Caitlin, after 3 years found herself drawn to Scottish Winter and Alpine Climbing. This opened up the doors to the world of Drytooling and Ice climbing Competitions.

Caitlin is a member of the GB Ice Climbing Team competing in the Under 19 category (Youth) and the Adult tours both European and World.

Caitlin also competes at home in the British Drytooling Series and Scottish Mixed Masters.

Caitlin is the youngest female in UK to climb M10, aged 17yrs, 9 months and 1 Day.

Caitlin has concentrated more on getting outside on the rock and in the hills and mountains over the last 3 years gaining much valuable experience that she is passing on to other climbers in the Glasgow Gorillas and Glasgow Silverbacks, both clubs specialising in climbing indoors and out based out of the Glasgow Climbing Centre. Caitlin has been helped along the way by individuals like; Simon Ward, Will Morris, Anna Wells, Her parents, the climbing venues in Glasgow and the climbers in them.

Caitlin is currently training for the upcoming winter 2020/21 competition season.

Caitlin is also a founding member and coach of the Scottish Dry-tooling Club along with Will Morris. This was founded in between lockdowns during the 2019-21 pandemic and aims to bring drytooling and ice climbing to the general climbing community but also promote competition in those areas.

Caitlin is also an ambassador for the charity Urban Uprising and has been for the past 7 years. Caitlin raises funds when she can to assist the charity in providing less advantaged Young People an introduction to Climbing through a structured environment and hopefully improve their life chances.