At Dumbarton Rock in Scotland, French climber Gérome Pouvreau has repeated Rhapsody E11, while Florence Pinet climbed Requiem E8 6b.
Hard trad repeats in Wales by James McHaffie, Angus Kille, Emma Twyford, Gérome Pouvreau, Florence Pinet
Good weather has resulted in a series of hard trad repeats in Wales by the likes of James McHaffie, Angus Kille, Emma Twyford, Gérome Pouvreau and Florence Pinet.
At Badami in India Nicolas Favresse has made a trad ascent of Ganesh 8b+.
The third video of the Petzl RocTrip 2014 and the bouldering stage at Prilep in Macedonia.
On 3 June 2014 Swiss climber Nina Caprez redpointed her first 8c+, Hélix au pays des merveilles at Pic Saint Loup, France.
American climber Paige Claassen has repeated Ganesh 8b+ at Badami, the most difficult sport climb in India.
The video of the Petzl RocTrip 2012 which took place from 22 - 25 November 2012 at Piedra Parada, Argentina.
Paris is hosting the World Climbing Championships 2012 from 12 - 16 September.
From 26 to 30 October 2011 the 10th Petzl Rock Trip took place in Getu Valley, China. Many of the world's best climbers took part in the event dedicated to climbing and partying. Gabriele Moroni from Italy managed to free a new 9a while Dani Andrada from Spain freed his impressive multi-pitch through the Great Arch. The full report by Maurizio Oviglia.
More than 250 new routes have been added to Getu in China for the Petzl RocTrip 2011 which kicks off officially tomorrow.
A look at all the previous sport climbing World Champions as a first preview to the IFSC Climbing World Championship 2011 will be held the small Italian town Arco 15 - 24 July 2011.
The latest news from the crags, or rather, when 9a isn't that difficult anymore and 8c approaches a rest... Dani Andrada, Markus Bock, Edu Marin, Adam Ondra, Gérôme Pouvreau, Chris Sharma, Maja Vidmar but also Dino Lagni and Luca Zardini.
Dmitry Sharafutdinov from Russia and Akiyo Noguchi from Japan won the penultimate stage of the Boudlering World Cup held in Montauban, France, last weekend, while the Austrians Kilian Fischhuber and Anna Stöhr have now won the overall World Cup 2008.
The 5th stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2008 took place in Fiera di Primiero (Italy) last weekend and was won by the Austrians David Lama and Anna Stöhr. Kilian Fischhuber (AUT) and Sean Mccoll (CAN) placed second and third respectively in the men's event, while the women's podium was taken by Katja Vidmar (SLO) and Yulia Abramchuk (RUS).
David Lama and Anna Stöhr have won the second stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2008 on the Reunion Island.
The fifth stage of the Bouldering World Cup 2007 took place in Grindelwald last weekend and was won by Kilian Fischhuber from Austria and Natalija Gros from Slovenia.
On 31/03/2007 the Ukrainians Mykhaylo Shalagin and Olga Shalagina won the first stage of the IFSC World Cup Boulder at Erlangen, Germany.
The Bouldering World Cup 2006 was won by Olga Bibik and Jerome Meyer. Kilian Fischhuber and Yulia Abramchuk win seventh stage in Moscow last weekend.
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).