Organ Needle is the highest point of the Organ Mountains in the south-central part of the U. S. state of New Mexico. It lies in Doña Ana County, 13 miles east-northeast of Las Cruces and 4 miles southwest of White Sands, headquarters of the White Sands Missile Range, it is at the southeast end of a narrow ridge of vertically jointed granite called The Needles. Organ Needle is one of the most dramatic peaks in the state. True to its name, it is a pointed summit. Moreover, it rises 4,000 feet above the edge of the Tularosa Basin to the northeast in only 2 miles, 5,100 feet above Las Cruces, giving it as large and as steep a degree of local relief as any peak in the state, including Big Hatchet Peak, Sandia Crest, Shiprock. Climbing Organ Needle involves tricky route-finding, a vertical gain of about 4,000 feet and a difficult scramble
Clementina Ciana Agricole is a Seychellois female weightlifter, competing in the 58 kg and 63 kg category and representing Seychelles at international competitions. She competed including at the 2015 World Weightlifting Championships, she won the bronze medal at the 2016 African Weightlifting Championships. She was the flag bearer at the 2014 Commonwealth Games Parade of Nations. Agricole entered the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in India. Before the competition she had seen doctors about headaches she had been suffering which were put down to migraines. During the competition she managed to finish in fourth place. During the competition she was still having bad headaches, but while in the games village she lost her vision and blacked out, she was rushed to hospital. Aater undergoing an operation, she remained in Delhi for another 45 days to help her recovery, she underwent another major operation in November 2011. 12 months she was declared fit to begin weightlifting again, entered the National Championships in November 2012.
Since her return she came second at the 2013 Commonwealth Championships, fourth at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, 26th at the 2015 World Weightlifting Championships. Agricole won three medals at the 2015 All-African Games held in Republic of the Congo. In 2015 she began to train with an American coach Kyle Pierce and ranked first at the IOIG, she won three medals in the 63 kg category at the 2015 African Games held in Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo with a 91 kg snatch, a 115 kg clean and jerk. She ranked 26th at the World Weightlifting Championships. Despite winning three bronze medals at the African Weightlifting Championships in 2016, the Seychelles Weightlifting Association did not put Agricole on the team to participate to the Olympic Games, she stopped training with the national coach William Dixie and September 2016 began to train with a French-Lebanese coach and physical trainer, Zaher Hamdan, who had lived in Seychelles since 2007. In March 2017 she was banned by the SWA for "misbehavior" and was not allowed compete in weightlifting locally or internationally.
She had the decision revoked. Despite not being permitted to compete in weightlifting she kept on training doing powerlifting with Hamdan, after six months she managed to become the 2017 French Open Champion in weightlifting, she participated in the African Championships and the Commonwealth Championships where she won the Gold medal. In 2017 the International Weightlifting Federation banned nine countries for doping - Armenia, Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine. In 2017, Agricole ranked amongst the top 10 athletes in the world in the 63 kg category in snatch, top three athletes in the world in 63 kg category in clean and jerk and in the top six in the world in the 63 kg category. Agricole participated to the 2018 Commonwealth Games, held in Gold Cost, Australia. Six weeks before the competition she had an injection of cortisone in her right shoulder. In the competition she suffered a dislocated shoulder in her third attempt in snatch after doing 85 kg with her second snatch and failed on all of her attempts in clean and jerk.
She was rushed to hospital where a scan showed two tears on the supraspinatus muscles and on the biceps tendons. She underwent an operation and remained in Gold Cost for another two weeks before being allowed to return home. In 2014, she won the Seychelles Sportswoman of the Year Award for the second consecutive year. Eleven years earlier she had won the Young Female Athlete of the Year Award, she has twice won the Seychelles Female Lifter of the Year in 2009 and 2013