Keyword: Jakob Schubert
The semi-finalists in bouldering have been determined. Adam Ondra manages to qualify at the last minute.
This video shows Jakob Schubert inspecting the deep water soloing routes Alasha and Es Pontas on Mallorca.
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.
The highlight of the current competition season is the Climbing World Championships in Bern in less than two months. We asked various professionals in the DACH region how they prepare for this superlative event.
This Friday to Sunday, June 4th to 6th, 2023, the fourth IFSC Bouldering World Cup of the season will take place in Prague. And it promises to be exciting: With Adam Ondra and Janja Garnbret, the two big dominators are back in the competition. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
Since the first ascent of DNA (9c) by the French climber Seb Bouin, Jakob Schubert could hardly wait to climb the steep face of La Ramirole. In November the time had come and the Austrian climbing pro took a closer look at the Mega line. In the video, Jakob Schubert takes you into the gigantic overhang.
In 2013 Adam Ondra set up a line at Hanhelleren Cave in Flatanger that seemed too intimidating to even climb: Project Big. Nine years after his first attempts, Adam Ondra is targeting the route again, this time together with Jakob Schubert.
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