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The Czech professional climber Adam Ondra returned to the competition circuit at the beginning of June at the IFSC World Cup in Prague. His debut could hardly have gone better. He wins silver in front of a home crowd and competes in what he will remember as one of the most intense of his career.
This Friday to Sunday, June 4th to 6th, 2023, the fourth IFSC Bouldering World Cup of the season will take place in Prague. And it promises to be exciting: With Adam Ondra and Janja Garnbret, the two big dominators are back in the competition. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
In the Moravian Karst region of the Czech Republic, there is a 140-meter-deep collapse depression that forms a huge cave. There are climbing routes there, but climbing is only allowed on five days a year. Adam Ondra did not miss this opportunity.
Yesterday Adam Ondra made the first ascent of Zvěřinec (9b +) in the Moravian Karst climbing area in the Czech Republic. According to his own statements, it is the most difficult route of his life after Silence (9c) - and that means something.
In the northwest of the Czech Republic, Adam Ondra swaps the highest levels of difficulty for daring climbing with long runouts and strict ethics. Together with the sandstone legend Tomáš "Tomajda" Sobotka he succeeds in the ground-up first ascent of Falling into Presence (8b).
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