Шаблон:Infobox climber

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Please use this infobox only for sportspeople engaged in climbing. For other sportspeople, either use one of the specialized infoboxes designed for particular sports at "Гурӯҳ:Sportsperson infobox templates", or the generic template {{Infobox sportsperson}}.

Usage

{{Infobox climber
| name            = 
| image           = <!-- name.jpg -->
| image_size      = <!--Only for images narrower than 220 pixels.-->
| alt             =
| caption         = 
| nickname        =
| nationality     = 
| birth_date      = <!-- if alive use {{birth date and age|yyyy|mm|dd}} otherwise use {{birth date|yyyy|mm|dd}} -->
| birth_place     = 
| death_date      = <!-- if applicable use {{death date and age|yyyy|mm|dd|yyyy|mm|dd}} -->
| death_place     = 
| residence       =
| education       =
| occupation      =
| height          = <!-- {{convert|}} (yyyy) -->
| weight          = <!-- {{convert|}} (yyyy) -->
| retired         =
| website         = <!-- {{URL|www.example.com}} -->
| typeofclimber   = 
| highestgrade    = 
| highestredpoint =
| highestonsight  =
| highestboulder  =
| knownfor        = 
| firstascents    = 
| namedroutes     = 
| majorascents    =
| worlds          =
| medaltemplates  =
| show-medals     = 
| updated         = {{subst:CURRENTDAY}} {{subst:CURRENTMONTHNAME}} {{subst:CURRENTYEAR}}
}}

Parameters

Parameter Description
headercolor To change the default color of headers, indicate a color name (e.g., lightblue or orange) or a hex triplet (e.g., #2468A0). To determine the hex triplet of a color, see List of colors; or go to List of colors#Colors by shade, click on the article associated with the desired color, and look up the hex triplet.
Personal information
name The name of the subject.
image An image of the subject. Type the name of the image file without adding File: before it or wikilinking it. If no image is available yet, do not use an image placeholder.
image_size The image size. Only use this parameter if the image is less than 220 pixels in width. If so, than indicate the image's respective width in pixels, like this: image_size=200px.
alt Alt text for the image displayed.
caption A caption for the image displayed.
nickname Nickname of the subject.
nationality The subject's nationality. Should only be used if nationality cannot be inferred from the birthplace. Do not use a flag template.
birth_date The subject's birth date. If still alive, use {{birth date and age|year|month|day}}, otherwise use {{birth date|yyyy|mm|dd}}.
birth_place The subject's place of birth. Do not use a flag template.
death_date The subject's death date, if applicable. Use {{death date and age|death year|death month|death day|birth year|birth month|birth day}}.
death_place The subject's place of death, if applicable. Do not use a flag template.
residence The subject's place of residence. Do not use a flag template.
education Education, e.g. degree, institution and graduation year, if relevant.
occupation Occupation(s) as given in the lead.
height The subject's height, if relevant.
  • If the subject is American (or primarily notable in English for playing on an American team, or for participating in U.S. sports) put measurements in feet and inches first, and use a template to convert to meters in parentheses, for example:
    {{convert|6|ft|2|in|m|precision=2}} — giving "6 фут 2 дюйм (1.88 м)*"
  • If he or she is not American, place measurements in metres first, then use template to convert to feet and inches in parentheses, for example:
    {{convert|1.7|m|ftin|precision=0}} — giving "1.7 метр (5 ft 7 in)*"
  • If the subject's height stated in a source is the converted measurement, use the order=flip option to reverse the output, for example:
    {{convert|1.82|m|ftin|order=flip}} — giving "6 фут 0 дюйм (1.82 м)"
  • For sportspersons who have not reached their adult height, it is very important to add the year when the height was measured, in parentheses (round brackets) after the height.
  • Provide a reference for the information after the year, in parentheses, indicating in the footnote both the source and the original units, like this: "[source of information] (original measurement in feet and inches)"; see Wikipedia:Manual of Style (dates and numbers)#Unit conversions.
weight The subject's weight, if relevant.
  • If he or she is American (or primarily notable in English for playing for an American team, of for participating in U.S. sports), put measurements in pounds first, then in kilograms in parentheses, for example:
    {{convert|120|lb|kg}} — giving "120 pounds (54 кg)"
  • If he or she is not American, place measurements in kilograms first, then in pounds in parentheses, for example:
    {{convert|62|kg|lb|0}} — giving "62 килоgrams (137 lb)"
  • Note that the final zero is necessary for correct rounding of kilogram-to-pound conversions.
  • After the weight, add the year when the weight was measured, in parentheses. Please supply a reference in the same manner as for the subject's height.
retired Date of retirement from competitions (if applicable)
website Official website only. Unofficial websites should be placed under ==External links== in the body of the article. Use {{URL}} as in {{URL|examplesite.com|ExampleSite.com}}. Do not include the www. part unless the server is misconfigured and requires it. Use camel case capitalization to make multiword domain names easier to read.
Climbing achievements
typeofclimber The specialty of the climber. For example, mountaineering, sport climbing, or bouldering. If the climber has more than one specialty, use a bulleted list.
highestgrade Highest grade the climber has successfully achieved. Consider using highestredpoint, highestonsight, or highestboulder instead.
highestredpoint Highest redpoint the climber has successfully achieved. If highestredpoint, highestonsight, or highestboulder is used, highestgrade is ignored.
highestonsight Highest on-sight the climber has successfully achieved. If highestredpoint, highestonsight, or highestboulder is used, highestgrade is ignored.
highestboulder Highest boulder problem the climber has successfully achieved. If highestredpoint, highestonsight, or highestboulder is used, highestgrade is ignored.
knownfor Any particular activities, whether climbing or not, for which the person is noted.
firstascents List of important first ascents.
namedroutes Routes the climber has named.
majorascents The most important of the climbers ascents, whether a first ascent or not.
Achievements and titles
worlds Significant titles the subject has earned at world or international, regional and national competitions
Medal record
medaltemplates The medals the climber has won in the usual format, but without {{MedalTop}} or {{MedalBottom}}
show-medals If "show-medals=yes", the medal table is displayed. Otherwise, it is hidden and will only be displayed if the "show" link is clicked.