Katie Lamb writes climbing history: She is the first woman to conquer an 8C+ boulder with Box Therapy.
The Czech professional climber Adam Ondra returned to the competition circuit at the beginning of June at the IFSC World Cup in Prague. His debut could hardly have gone better. He wins silver in front of a home crowd and competes in what he will remember as one of the most intense of his career.
From June 14th to 18th, 2023, the world's best climbers will meet in Innsbruck for the IFSC Bouldering and Lead World Cup. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
Natalia Grossman conquered all four final boulders at the IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Brixen and thus secured the gold medal. For the strong American it is already the ninth Boulder World Cup precious metal of her young career. The Korean Chaehyun Seo secured second place, the podium was completed by Stasa Gejo.
He's not getting any younger, but seems to be getting stronger. Bouldering pioneer Dave Graham opens another mega boulder in Val Bavona: Celestite (8C +). The breakthrough came on the very day that Chris Sharma opened his new King Line in Siurana.
Six years after the first ascent by Nalle Hukkataival, Will Bosi succeeds in repeating Burden of Dreams (9A) in Lappnor, Finland. In the video you can look over the shoulder of the strong Scotsman on his way to the world's toughest boulder.
From June 9th to 11th, 2023, Brixen in South Tyrol will become an international bouldering stronghold. For three days, the climbing elite will compete at the IFSC Boulder World Cup. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
At the end of last year, Will Bosi managed the third ascent of the 9A boulder Alphane near Chironico. Now the Scot has released the video of his inspection. The Ticino classics Vecchio Leone (8B, flash) and Forgotten Gem (8C) can also be seen in the video.
Film tip: Hard routes, greasy holds, long departures – Kruder & Piccolruaz during deep water soloing
In this video, Lacrux TV accompanies climbing professionals Jernej Kruder and Michael Piccolruaz during deep water soloing. A must see!
Jakob Schubert communicates the name of the climbing route that has become known as Project Big: It is called BIG. He rates the line 9c.
Professional climber Michael Piccolruaz is the second climber to repeat Sharma's Kingline Alasha, the most difficult DWS route in the world.
For the upcoming climbing autumn, we present you 5 perfect autumn climbing spots with routes in the sixth and seventh French degrees.