With the silver medal in Innsbruck and the bronze medal in Villars, the Lead World Cup season has started successfully for Alex Megos. The German professional climber prepared himself, among other things, in the Magnesia climbing hall in Forchheim - on routes specially screwed for him.
At the first two Lead World Cups of the season Alex Megos made it onto the podium twice. What is his recipe for success? In his most recent video, the Franconian climber provides exciting insights into his competition preparation: His two buddies have him in the Magnesia climbing hall in Forchheim Christopher Hanke and Max robber screwed two tough routes in competition style, on which the 29-year-old could let off steam.
Video: This is how Alex Megos made it onto the World Cup podium
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