Keyword: Nicolai Uznik
Garnbret and Anraku consistently strong, Schubert upping the ante in the lead: results of semi-finals combined format
Sorato Anraku and Janja Garnbret march straight through the combined semifinals towards the Olympic ticket.
French double victory at the Sport Climbing World Championships: Mickael Mawem is the new Boulder World Champion, teammate Mejdi Schalck wins silver.
The semi-finalists in bouldering have been determined. Adam Ondra manages to qualify at the last minute.
From June 14th to 18th, 2023, the world's best climbers will meet in Innsbruck for the IFSC Bouldering and Lead World Cup. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
France's Mejdi Schalk confirms Hachioji's strong performance to win his second gold medal of the season in Korea. In the women's category, Miho Nonaka from Japan is back on the podium.
Jakob Schubert traveled to the Red Rocks near Las Vegas at the end of January with a clear goal: to inspect Sleepwalker (8c +). To achieve this, he put everything on one card - and lost. In an interview, the climbing world champion talks about stubbornness, struggles and dealing with failure.
News from Las Vegas suggests that Jakob Schubert won't live up to his nickname Mr. Downgrad at Sleepwalker. The Austrian reports that the destination of his US trip is more challenging than he had hoped.
While the women's podium was even, three Japanese took the podium for the men. Austria took fourth place with Nicolai Uznik. Neither Switzerland nor Germany were represented in the final.
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