The Italian Gianluca Vighetti repeats the TCT route in Gravere, claiming the title of youngest 9a climber. But is that so?
Stefano Ghisolfi downgraded the 9c-Route bibliography by Alexander Megos to 9b +. We talked to Megos about it.
With a final rank of 9 after the qualification day, Alex Megos just missed the top 8 and thus the final. But the Bassa Mawem placed in front of him is likely to be injured. So will Megos move up to the final?
The climbing sport celebrates its Olympic premiere in Tokyo. Alexander Megos and Jan Hojer compete for the German team. That was how her first days in Japan went.
In a short film by the German Alpine Club, Alex Megos talks about his passion for climbing and his ambitions on rocks and plastic.
From June 22nd to 26th, 2021, four international competitions will take place at the IFSC Austria Climbing Open in the outdoor area of the Innsbruck climbing center. Live streams will be published on LACRUX in due course.
After the Bouldering World Cup in Meiringen, Alexander Megos drove a few colleagues to Brione. This video shows the incredible ease with which he climbs blocks up to 8a +.
During his most recent stay at Margalef, Alexander Megos scored the route Mejorando Imagen (9a) and rated it 9b.
Alexander Megos climbs a new line at the Schneiderloch in the Franconian Jura, Hello Kitty, and rates the tour with a 9a +.
The first IFSC World Cup (discipline bouldering) of the season will take place in Meiringen on April 16 and 17, 2021.
Céüse will not be blocked! The project of the European Space Agency ESA described in the broadcast of April 1st is fictitious.
The European Space Agency ESA is planning a new research site in Europe, in the middle of France - on the Céüse plateau. Climbing could be over by 2030. What is behind it and what can we do about the project?
During a short stay at the foot of Mount Ventoux, Alexander Megos scored numerous routes and opened a new 9a + line: Et pour quelques dégaines de plus.
Alex Megos cancels a number of sponsorship deals. He is new to the team of the French mountain sports outfitter Petzl.
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