What an event! The Combined IFSC Climbing World Championships was some of the best climbing ever seen indoors – Read the article to see who won and who literally just missed out
What a crazy Combined final for 2019 – With Speed results out of nowhere and really hard boulders, it was all up to the Lead – See who won and how it went down now
A huge congratulations Aleksandra Miroslow of Poland in Women’s and Ludovico Fossali of Italy in Men’s for taking Gold in the IFSC Speed Climbing World Championships finals. They both had a great competition and performed incredibly in finals.
After a hard competition that saw him not topping any of the Bouldering problems in finals – Adam Ondra has proven he is the world’s best lead climber. In Finals Adam Ondra of the Czech Republic managed to get one hold further than anyone else – taking Gold in the IFSC Lead Climbing World Championships.
A record breaking event in Women’s Lead saw the top competitors, including dominant Janja Garnbret fighting for Gold at the Lead Climbing World Championships
The Men’s Bouldering IFSC World Championships Final took place, featuring the dominant Adam Ondra as well as Jakob Schubert, Tomoa Narasaki, Yannick Flohé and a host of insanely hard problems. Qualifications for lead happened today with some incredible results
Find out about Alex Honnold Climbing Shoes – He uses a few different shoes for different rock climbs – Find out what climbing shoe Alex Honnold wore for Free Solo
The dominant Slovenian Janja Garnbret once again proves her Bouldering superiority with IFSC Gold at the IFSC Climbing World Championships. She takes the Bouldering Gold today, and is expected to do very well in the upcoming Lead – possibly leading to a Combined win. Today is the second main day of the IFSC Climbing World […]
Sasha Digiulian’s expedition to Pico Cao Grande in an epic, rain-filled, choss fest of dangerous hard routing, Jacopo Larcher’s hardest trad climb revealed, 9b sent back to back in Rodellar – More news and updates in the climbing world
Mishka Ishi at 13 years old has today become the youngest person to climb a V15 / 8C boulder problem. This is a truly astounding feat, given that only three women have ever climbed V15. Ishi is a year younger than the previous youngest – Ashima Shiraishi