A look behind the scenes of the competition with Jakob Schubert

In this video, Jakob Schubert shows the athletes' perspective in an international competition.

When you talk to competitive climbers, you keep hearing how friendly it is behind the scenes of a competition. Solutions are discussed together, while the participants warm up, they motivate each other and wish each other good luck.

In the video “Inside the Comp”, the Austrian takes us Jakob Schubert into the isolation zone of the World Cup in Innsbruck, into the training area, the competition route and thus offers exciting insights into the competition as a whole.

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In June Dominik Osswald and Remo Schläpfer had the opportunity to talk in detail with Jakob Schubert about his career, future plans and Olympia to speak.

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