The IFSC World Cup returns to China. From the 18. to 20. October 2019 Xiamen hosts both speed and lead competitions.
Lead World Cup Kranj 2019: Among the women, the Korean Chaehyun Seo was on top of the podium. In the men's race Adam Ondra won.
On Sunday, 29. September 2019, the Lead Climbing World Cup takes place in the Slovenian Kranj. Information, program and live stream are available here.
As part of the competition Arco Rock Master numerous climbing sizes competed against each other. This year Jakob Schubert won ahead of Adam Ondra.
This weekend, the elite of the international sports climbing scene once again gathered for a very special kind of competition: Adidas Rockstars.
On the 13. and 14. In September, the annual Adidas Rockstars competition takes place in the Porsche Arena Stuttgart. You can find infos and live stream here.
Climbing excuses are quick: too warm, too cold, too humid, too dry. Adam Ondra dedicates his latest video episode to this topic.
The third lead competition season 2019, in Briançon, won the Korean Chaehyun Seo and the Japanese Hidemasa Nishida.
The following video shows the work of the international route builders, they have their say and talk shop about the future development of the route style.
Swiss Sascha Lehmann and Slovenian Janja Garnbret win the first IFSC World Cup in the Lead discipline in Villars, Switzerland.
This weekend the IFSC World Cup takes place in the disciplines Lead and Speed in Villars, Switzerland. Information and live stream are now available on LACRUX.
Adam Ondra explains in his recent video blog how a bouldering World Cup works and what the numbers in the respective rankings mean.
In the latest issue of the Road to Tokyo video series, Adam Ondra talks about the screw-in style of climbing competitions and explains why he still trains on small, scratchy bars and the campus board.
On the 31. May / 1. June, the Austria Climbing Festival takes place in Ginzling, Austria. Climbing, bouldering, a cozy get-together and partying in the morning in one of the most beautiful climbing areas, the Zillertal, are on the program.
Slovenian Janja Garnbret Gold took another win at the fourth bouldering world cup of the season. For the men it was the Japanese Tomoa Narasaki.