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.
Nominations for SALEWA ROCK AWARD and LA SPORTIVA COMPETITION AWARD
Garcia Eduard Marin from Spain and Angela Eiter from Austria have won the third stage of the Climbing World Cup Lead took place in Chamonix, France, on Thursday 13 July.
First verdict from the European Championship in Yekaterinburg, Russia, with climbing's new school taking home the biggest prizes. The men's title goes to the young and super powerful Austrian David Lama, who continues to amaze all, while the women's title goes to the 16 year old Charlotte Durif.
On 25/06 Olga Bibik and David Lama won the 6th stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2006 in Hall, Austria. Frenchman Jerome Meyer won his record third overall title.
On 17/06 Jerome Meyer and Juliette Danion from France won the fifth stage of the Bouldering World Cup2006 in Fiera di Primiero (TN).
On Monday 8th May 2006 Maja Vidmar joined the exclusive club of women capable of sending 8c by redpointing Osapski pajek at Ospo, Slovenia.
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.
The bst videos from the Final of the third stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2006 held in Rovereto on Saturday 13 March.
Juliette Danion and Gerome Pouvreau from France beat stiff competition in Rovereto last night to win the third leg of the Bouldering World Cup 2006.
Angela Eiter and Olga Bibik provisionally lead the III stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2006 in Rovereto.
The entire program of the Rovereto Bouldering World Cup schduled for 12-14 May 2006 at the Palazzetto dello Sport, Rovereto, Italy.
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.
The second round of the Bouldering World Cup 2006 held in Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria) last weekend was won by Kilian Fischhuber from Austria and Olga Bibik from Russia.
20/11 Historic Italian victory in Kranj: Flavio Crespi is the first Italian to win the Climbin World Cup Lead. The Women's World Cup was won by Angela Eiter from Austria.
The penultimate round of the World Cup Lead 2005 was won in Valence, France by Jorg Verhoeven and Angela Eiter.
The seventh stage of the World Cup Lead 2005 took place in Shangai, China, last weekend, and was won by Ramón Julián Puigblanque and Maja Vidmar.
Flavio Crespi, Alexandre Chabot and Angela Eiter win the sixth stage of the World Cup Lead 2005 in Marbella, Spain.
Angela Eiter and Ramòn Julien Puigblanque win the 19th Rock Master at Arco.