All the best athletes have qualified for Saturday's Semifinal in the Lead World Championship 2007 in Aviles, Spain.
On 09/09/2007 Ramon Julian Puigblanque from Spain and Angela Eiter from Austria won Rock Master 2007. Flavio Crespi from Italy and Tomas Mrazek from the Czech Republic placed second and third respectively, as did Maja Vidmar from Slovenia and Irati Anda Villanueva from Spain.
On 13/07 Flavio Crespi and Maja Vidmar won the third stage of the IFSC World Cup Lead in Chamonix (FRA).
The 6th stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2007 took place in Fiera di Primiero (Italy) last weekend and was won by Dmitry Sharafutdinov from Russia and Natalija Gros from Slovenia.
The fifth stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2007 took place in Grindelwald last weekend and was won by Kilian Fischhuber from Austria and Natalija Gros from Slovenia.
At 15.00 on 22/05 Hans Kammerlander and Karl Unterkircher made the first ascent of the south Face of Jasemba (7350m, Nepal).
Interview with Nives Meroi from Everest Advanced Base Camp after having reached the summit of her tenth 8000m peak.
Melloblocco continues to be a great success. On Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 May more than 1000 boulderers gathered in Val di Mello for the 4th edition of the Melloblocco, the international bouldering meet organised by the Val Masino town council. As always, plenty of climbing, bouldering, parties, chance encounters and fun and games.
On 28/04/2007 Kilian Fischhuber from Austria and Olga Shalagina from the Ukraine won the third stage of the IFSC Bouldering World Cup 2007.
On 31/03/2007 the Ukrainians Mykhaylo Shalagin and Olga Shalagina won the first stage of the IFSC World Cup Boulder at Erlangen, Germany.
David Lama from Austria and Juliette Danion from France have won the European Bouldering Championship 2007, held in Birmingham (UK) last weekend. This is Lama's second big title: in 2006 he was crowned European Difficulty Champion.
Riccarda de Eccher's exhibition "Watercolor, Pastel"is on show in Cortina at the "libreria Sovilla" until 15 April 2007
Patxi Usobiaga and Angela Eiter win the Climbing World Cup Lead 2006. David Lama and Maja Vidmar win final stage in Kranj.
Sandrine Levet from France and Ramón Julián Puigblanque from Spain win the XX Rock Master in Arco (Trentino, Lago di Garda). Flavio Crespi, the best of the Italians, placed 4th.
The first edition of the Arco Rock Legends held in Arco (Trentino, N. Italy) went to Josune Bereziartu from Spain (Salewa Rock Award) and Angela Eiter from Austria (La Sportiva Competition Award).
The XX Rock Master will take place at Arco, Trentino, Italy this weekend.This is the oldest and most famous sports climbing competition and is reserved for the best of the best only.
on 20/05/06 David Lama and Angela Eiter from Austria won the second stage of Lead World Cup in Dresden. The final was called off due to storms.
Male qualification: Fischhuber ahead of Julien, Meyer and the maginficent Calibani and Ghidini.
Stories, facts and adventures directly from the third edition of the Melloblocco, the largest international bouldering meeting which took place in Valle di Mello on 6 - 7 May, organised by the Lombardy Mountain Guides. Special gallery by Giulio Malfer.
On 29/05 Flavio Crespi and Angela Eiter won the first stage of the World Cup Lead in Puurs (BEL). 16 year old David Lama placed 2nd at his debut performance.