In the latest edition of his video series, Adam Ondra talks about training in the climbing discipline of speed. Here the top climber still has “room for improvement”.
In Toulouse, six athletes qualified for the Olympia 2020. One of the six lucky ones was Adam Ondra. Here Adam tells more about the event.
Although two Japanese athletes were in the top 5, the Olympics tickets went to other athletes. Information and highlights of the competition in Toulouse.
The qualifying round of the men at the IFSC competition in Toulouse is over. Six athletes have already secured an Olympic ticket today.
From 28.11.2019 to 01.12.2019, the next IFSC competition in the combined format takes place in Toulouse. Information, program & live streams are here.
At the IFSC World Cup in Inzai, the Korean Jain Kim and the men of the Japanese Hiroto Shimizu won the gold medal.
Adam Ondra and Chaehyun Seo confidently won the third IFSC World Climbing World Cup on Chinese soil (Xiamen).
The IFSC World Cup returns to China. From the 18. to 20. October 2019 Xiamen hosts both speed and lead competitions.
Adam ONdra and Lucka Rakovec win the climbing European Championships in Edinburgh 2019. The Swiss Sascha Lehmann gets the bronze medal.
Lead World Cup Kranj 2019: Among the women, the Korean Chaehyun Seo was on top of the podium. In the men's race Adam Ondra won.
On Sunday, 29. September 2019, the Lead Climbing World Cup takes place in the Slovenian Kranj. Information, program and live stream are available here.
As part of the competition Arco Rock Master numerous climbing sizes competed against each other. This year Jakob Schubert won ahead of Adam Ondra.
This weekend, the elite of the international sports climbing scene once again gathered for a very special kind of competition: Adidas Rockstars.
On the 13. and 14. In September, the annual Adidas Rockstars competition takes place in the Porsche Arena Stuttgart. You can find infos and live stream here.
On the weekend of the 17. and 18. August the Boulderevent All Senses Jam celebrated its debut. The competition format of the host and bouldering pioneer Bernd Zangerl required not only the use of finger power, but all the senses. Whether climbing no-holds or blindfolded lines, all the senses were involved.