Here’s a video from last week’s IFSC Climbing World Championship Boulder which was held in Munich. It’s an edit by Udo Neumann of the finals for those who missed it.
In the end, Germany’s Juliane Wurm took gold on home soil and the Czech Republic’s Adam Ondra clinched his first Boulder World Champion title. Well done guys!
Climbers, please pay attention to this trailer about South Africa! The scenery is so beautiful, culture, music and world class sandstone climbing. What more do you wish for? Kudos for the producer who put this together.
Africa Fusion is a new film documenting the odyssey of Alex Honnold and Hazel Findlay as they climb their way through South Africa. Though South Africa is often featured in the media for its outstanding bouldering, little is known about the country’s amazing sport and trad climbing. Check out this trailer for a film that features Honnold and Findlay exploring the big lines that exist in South Africa.
Actually I can’t wait to see the full film. Just a few more months until it’s 2015…Check here for more.
WE MISSED THE ONSIGHT BY A FOOT POP, BUT I DIDN’T CARE BECAUSE ALEX FELL OFF AND I DIDNT, AND THAT MAKES A MEMORABLE DAY IN MY BOOK.
- Hazel Findlay
Read Hazel’s trip report here.
This video still gives me goosebumps when I watch it. I just have to share this video because it’s timeless. Press play, turn on your speakers and set to full screen!
Now I’m ready to go to the gym and kick ass! See you.
Would you like to see what it’s like to travel from one worldcup comp to another? Shauna Coxsey takes you behind the scenes of the first four IFSC Boulder World Cups of 2014.
Enjoy watching the video
Have you heard of psicobloc before? In a nutshell, psicobloc is a form of solo climbing (aka deep water soloing) over a deep body of water. No harness, no rope and just climb!!
Chris Sharma explains it very well in this video. Check it out!
Hey hello climbers Let’s go back in time because I have some old news to share!
As you can read from the title, this post is about RE-SET from Friday June 20th. I managed to climb all 12 boulders and earned double points from the final edition. Here are some photos taken by Tanya.
Number 24, which was a white boulder with sloper holds, had one difficult move. When I went for the sloper hold on the side I injured my left shoulder however I continued and sent the boulder.
I quit climbing immediately and took some rest for the night.