In preparation for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Adam Ondra and his team built a sauna - with a climbing wall. No joke.
Adam Ondra has never made a secret of his aversion to speed climbing and has always criticized the combined Olympic format. But he still found a little joy in the discipline, as he reveals in the latest edition of his four-part video series "Beyond Focus".
The decision to take part in the Olympic Games presented Adam Ondra with the greatest challenge of his life. In this video (part 1 of 4) Adam Ondra gives personal and extremely interesting insights into the time before the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Much has now been discussed about the controversial combination format that was held at the Olympics and selected the first Olympic champions. The main focus was on the question of whether the speed discipline falsified the ranking. We say yes. But the vertical sprint was good for the spectacle.
Our sport celebrated its debut at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. In the women's category, Janja Garnbret won after an impressive performance in the disciplines...
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.
The Slovenian Janja Garnbret once again confirms her absolute dominance in sport climbing for women. She wins the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Two Japanese women, Miho Nonaka and Akiyo Noguchi, follow in second and third place. Jessica Pilz falls to 2th place shortly before the end of the competition.
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