Keyword: Action Talk

Climbing professionals in social media stress, climbing ethics under pressure | Lacrux TV

Lacrux TV: Professional climbers have to have a constant online presence. How do they deal with this and how does this pressure influence climbing ethics?

Replicas: Next Level Projecting or Heartless Performance Maximization?

In the race for the first iteration of Burden of Dreams (9A), all stops are pulled out: 3D scans, faithful replicas, pulleys for relief. Is this the future for advancing the sport of climbing? Or do replicas rob climbing of its soul? We spoke to the most important protagonists.

All hooks flexed away: What next in the conflict over the Battert climbing area?

All the bolts on the Badener Wand in the Battert climbing area are gone. History becomes the case of the judiciary. What's wrong? What's next?

Who is the best climbing team? We tested 6 professionals

We were on the road again, namely at the Red Bull Dual Ascent. As part of this superlative event, we have launched our own competition. We wanted to find out which climbing team works best off the face. Find out more in the latest video on Actiontalk TV.

Dispute on the glacier: Tons of non-woven cover causes red heads | How is Elnaz Rekabi?

In the twenty-fifth issue of BETA, we look at the controversial cover fleece on the Rhone Glacier. We also take a closer look at the case of Iranian sport climber Elnaz Rekabi.

Action Directe controversy: That's what Said Belhaj and Hannes Huch say today | broadcast beta

In 2019, Hannes Huch accused the Swedish professional climber Said Belhaj of not having climbed Action Directe. The controversy occupied the climbing scene. What is the status of the Causa Belhaj today? We spoke to the two opponents Said Belhaj and Hannes Huch.

Route Setting in the Crossfire – Does Competitive Climbing Have a Problem?

We accompanied Alexander Megos at the European Championships and looked into the question: does our sport have a problem with route setting?

Everest without artificial oxygen – what is such a feat still worth?

On March 21, the professional alpinist David Göttler reached the summit of Mount Everest solo and without additional oxygen. This is a time when most people are on the mountain with a lot of support and an oxygen mask. What is a visit like this worth?