It was an exciting weekend: On June 5th and 6th, the German Speed and Bouldering Championships took place. In the speed discipline, Franziska Ritter set a new German record. In bouldering, Yannick Flohé and Afra Hönig won the title.
At the Swiss Bouldering Championships last weekend in Pratteln, the two elite athletes Petra Klingler and Dimitri Vogt prevailed and climbed to the top of the podium. In the U18 category, the 2021 Swiss bouldering champions are Lena Schenkel and Louis Guignard.
Last night the final of the second bouldering competition took place in Salt Lake City. Sean Bailey and Natalia Grossman both won gold in front of their home crowd.
The Indonesian Veddriq Leonardo set a new world record in speed climbing with 5.208 in Salt Lake City.
A few days ago we reported that the continuation of the World Cup in Salt Lake City is on shaky legs. The reason for this was a participant who tested positive. A member of the Swiss national team was affected.
This weekend the second part of the IFSC competitions will take place in Salt Lake City. The combination of bouldering and speed is climbed. The IFSC has decided to continue the competitions despite the Corona trap on May 24, 2021.
The International Climbing Association IFSC and the American Climbing Association USA Climbing announced that an athlete tested positive for Covid-19. It is unclear what effects this will have on the course of the competition.
At the second IFSC World Cup of the season in Salt Lake City (USA) Adam Ondra wins for men and Natalia Grossman for women.
On Friday, May 21, 2021 and Saturday, May 22, 2021 the second Boulder World Cup of the season will take place in Salt Lake City, USA. Here you will find the most important information as well as the live broadcasts of the competitions
On April 16 and 17, 2021, the first World Cup of the season took place in Meiringen, Switzerland. The two winners of the first World Cup competition of the season dominated all rounds: Adam Ondra and Janja Garnbret.
The first World Cup of the season will take place in Meiringen, Switzerland, on April 16 and 17, 2021. Here you can find the most important information and live streams about the competition.
The first IFSC World Cup (discipline bouldering) of the season will take place in Meiringen on April 16 and 17, 2021.
A few days ago the International Climbing Association (IFSC) announced the last two Olympic candidates. Koreans Jongwon Chon and Chaehyun Seo complete the list of athletes who will compete in the disciplines of lead, bouldering and speed at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
The successful bodybuilder and physique athlete Anabolic Horse challenged Adam Ondra to a duel. In the following video, the two of them go through different strength exercises.
A few weeks ago the IFSC announced the implementation of the first competition of the season in Meiringen. The first competitions, namely in Wujiang and Seoul, have already been postponed.