The IFSC Bouldering World Cup will take place in Prague next weekend. In the video below, Adam Ondra shows which boulder simulations he uses to prepare for the home game.
Three IFSC World Cups have already taken place this year – without Adam Ondra. The Czech makes his debut in his country's capital, Prague. Accordingly, Ondra prepares meticulously for the upcoming competition. He invited several route setters to the Jungle Sport Park bouldering hall to set up a competition simulation.
What style of bouldering did the route setters use? How hard are the boulders? How did Adam Ondra do in the boulders? You can find out in the following video.
Adam Ondra at the bouldering competition simulation
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Credits: Cover picture Adam Ondra