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Aidin Bozorgi
آیدین بزرگی
Image of Aidin Bozorgi.jpg
Born(1989-04-11)April 11, 1989
DisappearedJuly 20, 2013 (aged 24)
Broad Peak, Pakistan Pakistan
StatusMissing for 7 years, 1 month and 30 days
NationalityIranian Iran
EducationBachelor of Electrical Engineering
OccupationMountaineering Ice climbing Rock climbing Big wall climbing Student Electrical Engineering

Aidin Bozorgi (Persian: آیدین بزرگی‎, born 1989 in Tehran, Iran – disappeared July 20, 2013 in Broad Peak, Pakistan) was an Iranian mountain climber. He was 13 years old when he started mountaineering. Soon, he had shown how talented he was by climbing Mount Damavand when he was only 15 years old.[1] Bozorgi was good at most mountain-relating climbing sports such as ice climbing, mixed climbing, rock climbing, sport climbing, big wall climbing, traditional climbing, aid climbing and bouldering.

Biography

Bozorgi had grown up in Tehran, Iran. His achievements were in variety of fields like painting, kung-fu and mountaineering. Hasan Najjarian was his motivator into the world of mountaineering. Being his trainee for couple of years, he was accepted in K.N.Toosi University of Technology and continued his mountaineering life with the university mountaineering group. In order to be a professional mountaineer, he joined Arash alpine club in 2007.

Education and career

Bozorgi got third place in Khwarizmi competition 2005. He was educated in Tehran, Iran, receiving a Bachelor's degree in Electrical engineering at K.N.Toosi University of Technology 2013.[2] He was ranked 5th in 18th national Economics Olympiad.[3] He also ranked 11th in the national Master's degree exam in Economics 2013.

Setting Iran route

Bozorgi (with Pouya Keivan and Mojtaba Jarahi) successfully completed a new route on the Southwest Face of Broad Peak they had been working on since 2009.[4] The descent proved to be more complicated than expected.[5][6] Climber Thomas Laemmle, who helped with the unsuccessful search and rescue attempt, stated that he believed Bozorgi and his companions were dead,[7] and the search operation on Broad Peak was formally called off. They have been presumed dead.[8][9]

Climbed mountaineering routes

[10]

2008

  • Chalun (4550m), (winter ascends), Arash club team
  • Siah Sangha (4604m), (winter ascends), Arash club team
  • Siah Kaman (4472m), (winter ascends), Arash club team

2009

  • Shah Alborz (4170m), (winter ascends)

2009/11

  • Broad Peak (8051m), Iran route, 2 attempts, Arash club team

2009/10/11

  • 6 ascends on Sabalan (4811m), north face glacier

2010

  • Damavand (5610m), north ridge (winter ascend)
  • Harze Kuh divide (autumn ascends)
  • Dena divide (autumn ascends)
  • Sabalan ranges, Kasra peak (4420m), west glacier

2010/11

  • Damavand (5610m), south ridge (winter ascends)
  • Kolun Bastak to Sarakchal divide (winter ascends)
  • Damavand (5610m), Yakhar glacier
  • Damavand (5610m), Sioole glacier

2011/13

  • Azad Kuh (4395m), (winter ascends)

2012

  • Damavand (5610m), Daagh ridge (winter ascend)
  • Zard Kuh divide
  • Sabalan ranges, Heram II peak (4450m), west glacier

2013

  • Divide of Pasande Kuh to north Khersan (1st winter ascend), with Pouya Keivan
  • Broad Peak (8051m), Iran route, 1st ascend, without supplemental oxygen, Arash club team

Climbed big wall climbing routes

Alam-Kuh (4850m)

2010

  • Polish 1973 route (52 Lahestaniha)
  • German's arête (Gorde Almanha)

2012

Bisotun

2010

  • Gharargah

2011

  • Harry Rost

2013

Pol-e Khvab

  • Roja
  • Negar (2 pitches)
  • NTM (3 pitches)
  • Chakosh (3 pitches)
  • Marmoolak
  • Gigilikh
  • Omid
  • Brono
  • Sisakht (2 pitches)
  • Arezu (3 pitches)
  • Flash Tank
  • Shirin
  • Doustet Daram
  • H
  • Abroftiha (2 pitches)
  • Kolahak Salaam
  • Darz-e shirin
  • Zire Baran
  • Parastu

Caving

  • Paroo
  • Ghalay Chay
  • Namaki

See also

References

  1. ^ جهان|TABNAK, سایت خبری تحلیلی تابناك|اخبار ایران و. "پدر". سایت خبری تحلیلی تابناك|اخبار ایران و جهان|TABNAK (in Persian). Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  2. ^ "دانشگاه صنعتی خواجه نصیرالدین طوسی". www.kntu.ac.ir. Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  3. ^ "مسير ايرانی بر روی برودپيک | انجمن کوه نوردان ایران". www.alpineclub.ir (in Persian). Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  4. ^ "مسير ايرانی بر روی برودپيک | انجمن کوه نوردان ایران". www.alpineclub.ir (in Persian). Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  5. ^ "Everest K2 News ExplorersWeb - Summer 2013: New Route, Summits, Burials and Summit Bid". www.explorersweb.com. Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  6. ^ "Everest K2 News ExplorersWeb - Iranian Broad Peak New Route: Complications on Descent". www.explorersweb.com. Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  7. ^ "Everest K2 News ExplorersWeb - Iranian route on Broad Peak completed - Thomas Laemmle's search operation". www.explorersweb.com. Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  8. ^ "Search and Rescue operation (SAR) for three lost Iranian climbers on Broad Peak". 4x8000.blogspot.ca. Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  9. ^ "مرجع دانلود زیرنویس فارسی | دانلود زیرنویس فارسی,زیرنویس فیلم,زیرنویس سریال". irsubtitles.com (in Persian). Retrieved 2017-06-11.
  10. ^ "یکصد و نهمین نشست ماهانه‌ی انجمن | انجمن کوه نوردان ایران". www.alpineclub.ir (in Persian). Retrieved 2017-06-11.
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