The video dating back to 2006 introducing the climbers nominated for the historical first edition of Arco Rock Legends: Yuji Hirayama, Maurizio 'Manolo' Zanolla, Daniel Andrada, Josune Bereziartu, Angela Eiter, Flavio Crespi, Tomas Mrazek.
The video including Josune Bereziartu discussing the world's first female 9a sports climb. Featuring Daniel Andrada, Yuji Hirayama, Maurizio Manolo Zanolla, Flavio Crespi, Angela Eiter and Tomas Mrazek.
Tomas Mrazek from the Czech Republic has made the first ascent of Xaxid Hostel 9a+ at Misja Pec, Slovenia
The fifth stage of the Lead World Cup took place in Puurs, Belgium last weekend and was won by Maja Vidmar and Ramón Julian Puigblanque. The two beat Mina Markovic and Johanna Ernst and Tomasz Mrazek and Jorg Verhoeven, second and third respectively.
On 28/06 Johanna Ernst from Austria and Tomás Mrázek from the Czech Republic won the first stage of the World Cup Lead 2008 in Qinghai, China.
Competing in Kranj, on 18/11 Maja Vidmar from Slovenia and Patxi Usobiaga from Spain won the Lead World Cup 2007. The Slovenian stage was won by Vidmar ahead Irati Anda Villanueva (ESP) and Lucka Franko (SLO), while Swiss Cédric Lachat won the men's event ahead of Flavio Crespi (ITA) and Tomasz Mrazek (CZE).
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.
Tomas Mrazek becomes the second person in the world to onsight an 8c - Pata negra at Rodellar, Spain.
On 02/06/05 Tomas Mrazek from the Czech Republic and and Angela Eiter from Austria won the World Championships Lead 2005 held in Munich, Germany.
Tomas Mrazek from the Czech Republic has redpointed Martin Krpan 9a, and onsighted Karisma 8b+ and Bastilija 8b+ at Misja Pec, Slovenia
Tomas Mrazek and Angela Eiter win the the ninth stage in Kranj, Slovenia and therefore climnch the World Cup Difficulty 2004
A brief resumè of hard ascents by Markus Bendler, Steve McClure, Gérôme Pouvreau, Martina Cufar, Tomàs Mrazek, Patxi Usobiaga, Ueli Steck and Ines Papert.
Jérôme Meyer and Sandrine Levet win the Bouldering event in Huzou, while Tomás Mrázek and Angela Eiter win the Difficulty event in Shanghai. Levet and Daniel Dulac win the 2004 Bouldering World Cup
Tomas Mrazek and Natalija Gros win the first stage of World Cup Difficulty 2004 in Puurs (BEL).
Tomas Mrázek and Sandrine Levet win the Master Serre Chevalier 2003
Muriel Sarkany and Tomas Mrazek win the World Championship 2003 in Chamonix
Martina Cufar and Tomaz Mrazek win in Kranj, but overall World Cup Difficulty 2001title to Muriel Sarkany and Alexandre Chabot
The third stage of the World Cup 2001 was won on Saturday by Tomáz Mrazek and Muriel Sarkany.
Tomaz Mrazek, Yuij Hirayama and Christian Bindhammer, win the Rock Master 2001, as do Muriel Sarkany and Martina Cufar.