Keyword: Brooke Raboutou

Janja Garnbret submits | Results lead qualification women

Sport Climbing World Cup Qualification Lead Women: Janja Garnbret lives up to her role as a favorite and is the only one who manages both routes.

IFSC Boulder & Speed ​​World Cup Salt Lake City | Info & live stream

After the first tour stops of the year in Asia, the international climbing elite will compete at the IFSC Bouldering and Speed ​​World Cup in Salt Lake City from May 19th to 21st. Here you will find the most important information and the live stream.

Mejdi Schalck and Miho Nonaka win the World Cup in Seoul

France's Mejdi Schalk confirms Hachioji's strong performance to win his second gold medal of the season in Korea. In the women's category, Miho Nonaka from Japan is back on the podium.

Raboutou wins first World Cup gold, Meul takes silver

At the first IFSC Bouldering World Cup of the season in Hachioji, Japan, the American Brooke Raboutou wins gold and thus the first World Cup medal of her career. Hannah Meul secures the silver medal and thus seamlessly follows on from her successes of the past competition season. Place goes to the Japanese Anon Matsufuji.

Natalia Grossman wins double gold, Hannah Meul secures the silver medal

The American Natalia Grossman finished the last Bouldering World Cup of the season again as the best and also crowned her overall World Cup victory with the gold medal in Innsbruck. Hot on their heels was Germany's Hannah Meul, who won her second silver medal in a row. The podium was completed by the Japanese Miho Nonaka.

Youngsters dominate Bouldering World Cup in Salt Lake City

At the IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Salt Lake City, Team Austria had a strong start and had two finalists each. The youngsters then secured the podium places: 18-year-old Mejdi Schalck won ahead of the Japanese Ogata and Kawamata. In the women's category, Grossman won ahead of Raboutou and Nonaka.

Brooke Raboutou and her impressive Ticino ticklist | Video

In January, Brooke Raboutou stayed in Ticino and enjoyed the variety of boulders in the Swiss sun room. During her stay in Switzerland, she managed some difficult boulders, including Kings of Sonlerto (8a +), La Proue (8b), Iur (8b +) and Heritage (8b).

Alexander Megos as a guest in the studio | Action Talk TV

In the seventeenth edition of BETA we have Alexander Megos as a guest in the studio. We talk to Megos about the devaluation battle in Spain, the impact of videos on climbing grades and how he dealt with the devaluation of his 9c route bibliography.

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