Czech climber Lucie Hrozová has repeated Digital Crack, the famous 8a freed by Thierry Renault and Alain Ghersen above Arête des Cosmiques on Aiguille du Midi in the Mont Blanc massif.
On 16 December 2016 the Ice Climbing World Cup 2017 gets underway with the first stage at Durango, Colorado, USA.
On 31 January 2016 Lucie Hrozová made the first ascent of Saphira, a mixed climb graded M15- at the The Fang Amphitheater in Vail, Colorado, USA.
The first stage of the Ice Climbing World Cup 2016 begins in Bozeman, USA on 11 December 2015.
At the drytooling crag Bus del Quai di Iseo Lucie Hrozova has made the second repeat of Low G Man, the hardest total dry climb in Italy.
The dates and video introducing the Ice Climbing World Cup 2015 with stages scheduled in the USA, South Korea, Switzerland, Italy, France and Russia.
Russia's Maxim Tomilov and Maria Tolokonina won the final stage of the Ice Climbing World Cup 2014 at Ufa in Russia last weekend. In doing so, they won both the European Championship and the overall World Cup. Silver went to Angelika Rainer and Park Heeyong, bronze to Shin WoonSeon and Alexey Tomilov. The Speed Climbing World Cup 2014 was won by Nikolay Kuzovlev and Maryam Filippova.
Czech ice climber Lucie Hrozova has repeated the drytooling route Bafomet M14 at Zakopan in Poland.
Angelika Rainer from Italy and Park HeeYong from Korea won the third stage of the Ice Climbing World Cup 2014 in Saas Fee, Switzerland, last weekend.
The dates and the trailer of the Ice Climbing World Cup 2014, with stages scheduled in Korea, Romania, Switzerland, France, Italy and Russia.
The fifth and last stage of the Ice Climbing World Cup Lead 2013 was held in Kirov (Russia) last weekend and was won by Russia's Maxim Tomilov and Korea's Shin Woon Seon, while the Lead World Cup 2013 was won by Park Yong Hee (KOR) and Maria Tolokonina (RUS). The Speed World Cup 2013 was won by the Russians Julia Oleynikova and Egor Trapeznikov.
The 4th stage of the Ice Climbing World Cup 2013 took place in Busteni, Busteni in Romania was won by Park Heeyong and Lucie Hrozova. Angelika Rainer placed 7th but retains the lead of the overall ranking
On 4/02/2013 Lucie Hrozova from the Czech Republic repeated Ironman M14 at Eptingen, making her the first woman to climb M14.
The second stage of the Ice Climbing World Cup 2013 was won on 19 January in Saas Fee (Switzerland), after two thrilling finals by the Russians Maxim Tomilov and Maria Tolokonina. Angelika Rainer from Italy placed second.
12/01/2013. Cheongsong, South Korea: this is where Italian ice climber Angelika Rainer triumphed once again, becoming Ice Climbing World Champion for the third time in a row after her victories in 2009 and 2011. The men's title was won by Russia's Alexey Tomilov.
The Ice Climbing World Cup 2013 begins in January and takes place in South Korea, Switzerland, Italy, Romania and Russia.
The Rock Master Festival 2012 kicks off on 25 August. This weekend starts with Rock Junior, followed by Rock Master Lead and Boulder, the Speed World Cup, the Paraclimbing Cup and Arco Rock Legends. Nine intense days climbing and outdoors in the Garda Trentino region, with sport climbing champions and special guests such as Paul Pritchard, Stefan Glowacz and Vladimir Netsvetaev.
In February the Czech climber Lucie Hrozovà repeated Illuminati (Dolomites, Italy) together with Mirek Matejc and Palo Rajcan, while in March Mirek Matejc repeated Law and Order (Diebsöfen, Austria).
The last stage of the Ice climbing World Cup took pace in Kirov, Russia last weekend and was won by Angelika Rainer from Italy and Maxim Tomilov. Both these athletes win the overall ranking 2012.
The fourth and final stage of the Ice Climbing World Cup 2011 drew to a close in Kirov, Russia on 8 March and was won by the Russians Maxim Tomilov and Anna Gallyamova. The Russians Maria Tolokonina and Pavel Gulayev were crowned Speed World Champions, while the winners of the Lead World Cup 2011 are Park Hee Yong (KOR) and Anna Gallyamova, and winners of the Speed World Cup 2011 are Maria Tolokonina (RUS) and Pavel Batushev (RUS).