The trailer of the film that documents Melissa Le Nevé making the first female ascent of Action Directe, the world’s most revered 9a put up by Wolfgang Güllich in the Frankenjura
Mélissa Le Nevé makes first female ascent of Action Directe, Wolfgang Güllich's Frankenjura masterpiece
French climber Melissa Le Nevé has made the first female ascent of Action Directe, the masterpiece established by Wolfgang Güllich in Germany’s Frankenjura in 1991. This milestone 9a is one of the most famous and coveted sport climbs in the world.
French rock climber Mélissa Le Nevé has repeated Bionic commando, an 8c+ sports climb at the crag Jesuswand in Germany.
French climber Caroline Sinno has climbed her first 8B boulder problem, L'insoutenable Légèreté de l'Autre, at Fontainebleau
Swedish rock climber Matilda Söderlund has repeated Pure Imagination 8c+ at Red River Gorge, USA
The video of French climber Mélissa Le Nevé on Golden Ticket at Red River Gorge, USA.
French climber Mélissa Le Nevé has repeated Golden Ticket, an 8c+ sports climb at Red River Gorge, USA.
This evening Stockholm, Sweden, will host the La Sportiva Legends Only 2018. The climbers invited to this international masters bouldering competition are Chris Sharma, Alexander Megos, Jernej Kruder, Jongwon Chon, Alexey Rubtsov and Ray Sugimoto. Live streaming starts at 19.00
The La Sportiva Legends Only 2017 kicks off this evening at Stockholm, Sweden. The climbers invited to this international bouldering competition are Shauna Coxsey, Mélissa Le Nevé, Petra Klingler, Katja Kadić, Fanny Gibert e Staša Gejo.. Live streaming commences at 19:30.
With her recent ascent of Mécanique élémentaire, French climber Mélissa Le Nevé has become the first woman to climb an 8B+ boulder problem at Fontainebleau in France.
At Fontainebleau in France Melissa Le Nevé has sent her first 8B boulder problem while Charles Albert, climbing barefoot, has made the first ascent of the 8C problem La révolutionnaire.
The report about the IFSC World Championships that took place in Paris, France, last week. Janja Garnbret and Adam Ondra hanno won the Lead title, while Petra Klingler and Tomoa Narasaki were crowned Bouldering World Champions.
Within the context of the Rock Master Festival 2016, the Lead World Cup and the Speed World Cup now return to Italy. 199 athletes from 28 different nations will compete on Friday 26 and on Saturday 27 August at the Arco Climbing Stadium (Garda Trentino). Sunday’s competitions continue with the KO Boulder Contest and the 30th Rock Master Trophy. To cap it all, the Arco Rock Legends sport climbing Oscars are scheduled for Friday night.
The last stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2016 started yesterday with the qualifiers. Live streaming today of the semi-finals (11:30) and finals (18:30).
Britain’s Shauna Coxsey placed second in Vail last night to win the Bouldering World Cup 2016. The sixth stage was won America’s Megan Mascarenas and Japan’s Kokoro Fujii.
The sixth stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2016 is currently taking place in Vail, USA from 10 - 11 June 2016.
The fifth stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2016 was won last night in Innsbruck, Austria, by Shauna Coxsey and Jongwon Chon. Janja Garnbret and Tomoa Narasaki won silver, Miho Nonaka and Sean McColl bronze.
The fifth stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2016 takes place at Innsbruck in Austria today. The Semifinals start at 13:00 while the finals take place at 20:00.
The fourth stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2016 was won in Navi Mumbai, India, yesterday by Japanese climbers Miho Nonaka and Kokoro Fujii. Monika Retschy and Tomoa Narasaki took silver, Akiyo Noguchi and Alexey Rubtsov won bronze.
The third stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2016 took place in Chongqing, China and was won today by Shauna Coxsey and Tomoa Narasaki. While Narasaki celebrates his first senior victory, this is Coxsey’s third gold in a row this season.