Last night at Moscow, Russia, during the Climbing World Championships Seo Chaehyun from South Korea and Jakob Schubert from Austria won the 2021 Lead World Championships. Natalia Grossman and Luka Potocar took home the silver medal, Laura Rogora and Hamish McArthur the bronze.
On Saturday at the Climbing World Championships in Moscow Natalia Grossman from the USA and Kokoro Fuji from Japan were crowned Bouldering World Champions 2021.
The Lead Climbing World Cup was won yesterday at Kranj in Slovenia by Stefano Ghisolfi and Janja Garnbret. The last, decisive stage,was won by Masahiro Higuchi from Japan and by Garnbret who, after claiming gold in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, caps a season that has no equal.
Last night Stefano Ghisolfi from Italy and Eliška Adamovská from the Czech republic won the fourth stage of the Lead World Cup in Briançon in France.
The penultimate stage of the Lead World Cup 2021 was won on Tuesday night by Laura Rogora from Italy and Sean Bailey from the USA in Chamonix in France. Stefano Ghisolfi placed a wonderful second, together with America’s Natalia Grossman. Aleksandra Totkova from Bulgaria and Martin Stranik from the Czech Republic won bronze.
The third stage of the 2021 Bouldering World Cup is currently taking place in Salt Lake City, USA. The Semifinals and Finals take place at 18:55 and 00:40 on 31/05/2021 and will be broadcast in live streaming.
The second stage of the Boulder World Cup 2021 was won in Salt Lake City last weekend by Natalia Grossman and Adam Ondra. Oriane Bertone and Mejdi Schalck took silver, Brooke Raboutou and Jakob Schubert took bronze
Live streaming of the second leg of the 2021 Bouldering World Cu, currently taking place in Salt Lake City, USA. The Semifinals and Finals take place today, at 18:55 and 00:40 on 23/05/2021 CET, and will be broadcast in live streaming.
The first stage of the Boulder World Cup 2021 was won by Janja Garnbret and Adam Ondra last weekend in Meiringen, Switzerland.
The first Boulder World Cup since 2019 started yesterday in Meiringen, Switzerland. The Semifinals and Finals take place today at 11:00 and 18:40 respectively and can be followed in live streaming.
Watch German climber Hannah Meul climbing the boulder problem Auf leisen Pfoten 8A in Val Bavona, Switzerland.
Viktoriia Meshkova and Aleksei Rubtsov from Russia have qualified for Tokyo Olympic Games after winning the European Combined Championships in Moscow, Russia. Stasa Gejo and Sascha Lehmann placed second, Eliska Adamovska and Sergei Luzhetskii placed third.
Live streaming at 13:35 CET today from the Finals of the European Combined Championships 2020, currently taking place in Moscow, Russia. Up for grabs the final two European spots at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
In Moscow earlier today Viktoriia Meshkova from Russia and Sascha Lehmann from Switzerland won the 2020 European Lead Championship.
In Moscow today Viktoriia Meshkova from Russia and Jernej Kruder from Slovenia won the 2020 European Bouldering Championship. Chloe Caulier and Sergei Luzhetskii won silver, Stasa Gejo and Nikolai Iarilovets bronze.
Ekaterina Barashchuk from Russia and Danyil Boldyrev from the Ukraine were crowned European Speed Champions in Moscow, Russia, yesterday after beating Elizaveta Ivanov and Lev Rudatskiy. The bronze medal was won by Iuliia Kaplina and Marcin Dzienski. Kaplina set a new Speed World Record in the qualification round, stopping the clock at 6,96 seconds.
At Briançon in France Laura Rogora from Italy and Adam Ondra from the Czech Republic won the first and probably only stage of the Lead World Cup 2020. Rogora is only the second Italian woman to win gold in a Lead World Cup stage after Luisa Iovane who won in Yalta in 1989.
The first and potentially last stage of the 2020 Lead World Cup is currently taking place in Briançon, France, today and tomorrow. Live streaming from today’s semifinals at 19:30 today, and from the finals tomorrow evening at 19.30.
The 2019 Bouldering World Cup 2019 was won by Janja Garnbret from Slovenia and Tomoa Narasaki from Japan. The last stage in Vail, USA, was won on Saturday night by Garnbret and Yoshiyuki Ogata.
The fifth stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2019 was won yesterday by Jakob Schubert and Janja Garnbret in Munich, Germany. Fanny Gibert and Adam Ondra took silver, Mia Krampl and Jan Hojer bronze.