In this video Adam projects two exciting bouldering lines that sometimes have grips that even Adam Ondra can barely hold.
Adam Ondra is used to making short work of difficult routes. However, this route demanded more attempts than ever before: Victimas Perez (9a). The following video shows Adam Ondra on the route.
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 IFSC World Cup (discipline bouldering) of the season will take place in Meiringen on April 16 and 17, 2021.
As part of his video series, Adam Ondra exchanges ideas with the American Alex Honnold on numerous topics. How did the two first meet? How do the two deal with their celebrity status? The two of them get to the bottom of these and other questions.
In this video Adam Ondra presents the route El Toro Salvaje (9c) in Margalef and dares to try the first part of the route.
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.
Adam Ondra manages the first ascent of the El Potro route in Margalef, which he rates 9a. AND: He suspects a 9c line in the same sector.
In this edition of his video series, Adam Ondra shows what it means to produce an episode and who accompanies him on climbing trips.
In the following video, climbing greats Adam Ondra and Tommy Caldwell talk about Olympia, The Dawn Wall, the connection between sport climbing and multi-pitch climbing, and their personal plans for the future.
Incredible: Adam Ondra has climbed a total of 1662 routes with a difficulty level of 8a or more in his career.
Do Kneepads change the level of difficulty? Does a special assessment have to be introduced? This is what Adam Ondra, Alex Megos and Co. say
Adam Ondra climbs six routes in the upper eighth French grade in southern France, four of them onsight. That and more on LACRUX.
After more than 40 days in Margalef, Adam Ondra has to admit defeat by the Route Perfecto Mundo - he is denied the red point ascent.
In the latest edition of his video series, Adam Ondra shows how important route memory is in competitions and thus also for onsight ascents.