The best climbers in the world to compete in Arco for the 19th Rock Master this weekend.
Patxi Usobiaga and Angela Eiter win the World Games 2005 held in Duisburg, Germany on 22-23 July
Salavat Rakhmetov and Olha Shalagina win the Bouldering World Championships 2005 in Munich.
The finalists for the Bouldering World Championships 2005 held in Munich Germany
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.
Angela Eiter and Cedric Lachat win the fourth stage of the Lead Worldcup 2005 in Zurich, Switzerland.
The third round of the Bouldering World Cup 2005 takes place in Italy's Fiera di Pimiero today and tomorrow
Flavio Crespi and Angela Eiter have won the third round of the Lead Worldcup 2005, held in Imst, Austria, last weekend.
Angela Eiter from Austria and Ramón Julián Puigblanque from Spain have won the second round of the Lead Worldcup 2005 held in Puurs, Belgium, last weekend.
The Lead Worldcup 2005 started in Bulgaria's Veliko Tarnovo last weekend and was won by Italian Flavio Crespi and Austrian Angela Eiter.
Tomas Mrazek and Angela Eiter win the the ninth stage in Kranj, Slovenia and therefore climnch the World Cup Difficulty 2004
The eigth stage of the Difficulty World Cup 2004 was won last weekend by Flavio Crespi and Alexandra Eyer.
Angela Eiter and Alexandre Chabot have won the seventh stage of the World Cup Difficulty 2004 in Aprica (Italy)
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
The fifth stage of the World Cup 2004 took place in Marbella, Spain last weekend and was won by Tomas Mrazec and Muriel Sarkany.
Angela Eiter e Alexander Chabot win the Rock Master 2004 in Arco
The Rock Master 2004 will take place in Arco di Trento on 3-4 September 2004.
Chabot and Sarkany win the third stage of the World Cup Difficulty 2004 in Chamonix, France.
Ramon Julien Puigblanque from Spain and Bettina Schopf from Austria are the new European Champions. The two held off strong competition, in the form of Alexandre Chabot and Francois Auclair, and Natalija Gross and Katharina Saurvein, second and third respectively
Alexander Chabot and Angela Eiter won the second stage of the World Cup Difficulty 2004 held in Imst, last weekend.