Keyword: Climbing World Cup

Climbing World Championships Bern: This is how the professionals prepare

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.

Climbing World Championships 2023 in Bern: This is how the competition format works

From August 1st to 12th, 2023, the World Climbing Championships will take place in Bern. At these IFSC Climbing and Paraclimbing World Championships, the best athletes in the world compete in the disciplines of speed, bouldering, lead and the new Olympic format of bouldering & lead. Here we explain exactly how the competition format works, how the points are awarded and who qualifies directly for Paris 2024.

The sport climbing world championship 2023 will take place in Switzerland

The climbing and paraclimbing world championships will be held in Bern in 2023. The IFSC decided this a few days ago.

Adam Ondra and Janja Garnbret win the Lead World Championship 2019

Adam Ondra and Janja Garnbret are lead world champions 2019. They win the second individual competition at the championships in Japan.

Climbing World Championship Hachioji: information and live stream

From the 11. to 21. August 2019 will host the World Climbing Championship in Hachioji, Japan. Here you can find all infos and live streams for the competitions.

Climbing World Championship 2018 - videos, pictures and results

Innsbruck invites you to the Climbing World Championships from September 6th to 16th, 2018. More than 700 athletes, coaches and officials from all over the world will...


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Are today's professionals all pink point climbers?

Red dot and pink dot are no longer differentiated in the same way as before. We asked various climbing professionals why.

Imposing mixed route in the Dolomites first climbed

Nicola Bertoldo and Diego Dellai open a new mixed route on the north face of Monte Agnèr: Ultima Perla (350m, 5+, M6, 50°).

Move Hard: Seb Bouin's path to silence

With the ascent of Move Hard (9b), Seb Bouin has come another step closer to Adam Ondra's Masterpiece Silence.

Cédric Lachat repeats 85-meter endurance hammer Chilam Balam (9a+/b)

The Swiss professional climber Cédric Lachat scores Chilam Balam (9a+/b), his 50th route in the ninth grade.

A dream, two dirt bags, 3000 meters of climbing

Film tip: The two dirtbags Drew Herder and Ben Wilbur try to conquer the longest climbing route in the world in the Long Wall.
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