Keyword: Tomoa Narasaki
Schubert grabs second World Cup gold and Olympic ticket | Result final combined format Bouldering & Lead men
Jakob Schubert wins the combined Bouldering and Lead format and thus his second World Cup gold plus an Olympic ticket.
This Friday to Sunday, June 4th to 6th, 2023, the fourth IFSC Bouldering World Cup of the season will take place in Prague. And it promises to be exciting: With Adam Ondra and Janja Garnbret, the two big dominators are back in the competition. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
After the first tour stops of the year in Asia, the international climbing elite will compete at the IFSC Bouldering and Speed World Cup in Salt Lake City from May 19th to 21st. Here you will find the most important information and the live stream.
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.
The Japanese Tomoa Narasaki is one of the strongest boulderers in the world. In this video he reveals the best way to hold underhand grips and what to look out for.
A few hours ago the final of the IFSC Bouldering World Cup took place in Meiringen, Switzerland. With an impressive performance in the last boulder, Tomoa Narasaki catapulted himself onto the podium. Closely followed by his compatriot Yoshiyuki Ogata. Third place went to Frenchman Mejdi Schalck.
Indoor boulders are always dynamically screwed, as is often the case. Accordingly, techniques are required to find a solution that are rarely used in outdoor climbing. One such case is the pogo technique. The Japanese professional climber Tomoa Narasaki explains what it is and how the technique works in the following video.
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