Keyword: Tomoa Narasaki

Double dynamo for climbing: tips from the professionals

In this video, Japanese professional climber Tomoa Narasaki gives valuable tips on how to properly perform double dynamos.

Climbing elite united in Innsbruck: IFSC Austria Climbing Open 2021

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.

Tips for indoor climbing on volume from Tomoa Narasaki

In this video, the Japanese professional climber Tomoa Narasaki gives valuable tips for climbing to volume.

One of the hardest flash inspections: Tomoa Narasaki with Decided (8b +)

The Japanese Tomoa Narasaki manages one of the heaviest flash-tours of a boulder. He climbs the decided (8b +) on Mount Mizugaki in the first attempt.

Janja Garnbret and Tomoa Narasaki win the combined format of the Climbing World Championship 2019

The last competition of the 2019 World Climbing Championships in Tokyo is over. The combined format was won by Slovenia's Janja Garnbret in the women's and...

Bouldering World Championship 2019 - Hachioji: Janja Garnbret and Tomoa Narasaki win

The Slovenian Janja Garnbret and the Japanese Tomoa Narasaki decide the Boulder World Championship 2019 in Hachioji for themselves.

4. Boulder World Cup in Wujiang: Can Janja Garnbret be beaten?

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.

Jernej Kruder and Tomoa Narasaki win the Boulder qualification at the World Championships

This Wednesday (September 12.9th) the men's bouldering was all about reaching the semi-finals. Defending champion Tomoa Narasaki and Boulder overall World Cup winner Jernej Kruder won the qualification. Austria...


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