Keyword: Jakob Schubert
This video shows Jakob Schubert planning the Project Big route in Flatanger, one of the most difficult climbing routes in the world.
About a week ago, Stefano Ghisolfi arrived at the Flatanger climbing area. Now Adam Ondra and Jakob Schubert are joining them. Which routes are the three planning to take?
When the skin doesn't want to go any further: Jakob Schubert's rocky path to the European Championship title Video
Jakob Schubert has been European Champion since last Thursday. A title that adds to the collection for which the 31-year-old trains hard every day. This summer, not only the corona virus forced him to take a break, but above all the skin on his hands temporarily gave way.
On the last day of climbing at the 2022 European Championships in Munich, Austria's Jakob Schubert won the gold medal in the combined competition format.
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.
Jakob Schubert is back. After a World Cup break, the 31-year-old is attacking again in Salt Lake City. There are two bouldering decisions on the program this weekend and next. In an interview, the Olympic bronze medalist reveals why he traveled to the USA with good memories, what goals he has for Salt Lake City, how he plans his "Road to Paris" and why the route to the 2024 Olympic Games is not only via Munich, but also the most difficult rock routes in the world.
Jakob Schubert traveled to the Red Rocks near Las Vegas at the end of January with a clear goal: to inspect Sleepwalker (8c +). To achieve this, he put everything on one card - and lost. In an interview, the climbing world champion talks about stubbornness, struggles and dealing with failure.
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