The Austrian Jakob Schubert manages the first repetition of one of the most difficult deep water soloing routes in the world: Alasha (9b) near Port de Sóller.
At the beginning of the year, the reigning lead world champion and Olympic bronze medal winner Jakob Schubert paid a visit to Ticino. This video shows the ascent of three difficult boulders.
Yesterday the final of the Lead World Championships took place in Moscow. The Austrian Jakob Schubert won the men's competition, and Seo Chaehyun from South Korea won the women's competition.
Only a few Olympic participants travel to the World Championships in Moscow. One of them is Jakob Schubert. In a personal report he talks about the time after the Olympics and his goals for the World Championships in Moscow.
The Olympic bronze winner is on the rock again ... and how! He flashes the Silvretta Tespiece Anam Cara (8b +) and is then also successful in Memento (8b / 8b +) - despite a painful incident.
Jakob Schubert has set himself the goal of winning a medal at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Said and done. Jakob Schubert won the bronze, behind Alberto Gines Lopez and Nathaniel Coleman. In the following article he reports personally what the medal means to him and how satisfied he is with his performance.
In this video, Jakob Schubert shows the athletes' perspective in an international competition.
Shortly after the lifting of the first corona lockdown, Jakob Schubert managed to climb the 9a route Weisse Rose at the Schleier waterfall. Now the Austrian publishes a video in which he comments on his ascent step by step.
At the start of the international lead season in Innsbruck (AUT), Sascha Lehmann shines in a thrilling final on Friday evening and is third behind Jakob Schubert (AUT) and Stefano Ghisolfi (ITA). For the reigning lead European champion, it is the second World Cup podium in his career.
Jakob Schubert is one of the strongest climbers in the world. In an interview with Dominik Osswald and Remo Schläpfer, Jakob Schubert talks about his ambitions on rock and plastic as well as the challenges in the life of a professional climber.
On Thursday June 10, 2021, Jakob Schubert will be a guest at the Mammut Climbing Talk on YouTube. During the event, viewers have the opportunity to ask Jakob questions.
Together with the Tyrolean company ArtRock, Jakob Schubert has developed an outdoor version of the Freewall. And this is now in the garden of his shared apartment, in which Alfons Dornauer, Lukas Köb and Michael Piccolruaz also live.
The first IFSC World Cup (discipline bouldering) of the season will take place in Meiringen on April 16 and 17, 2021.
This boulder really bothered Jakob Schubert: Ill Thrill (8b +). Here is the video.
This video shows Jakob Schubert during the Flash inspection of the Magic Wood classic The Never Ending Story (8b +).