Keyword: world Record
Vertical Jungfrau Marathon: Nadine Wallner masters the mega tour with 2 rock routes, a high tour and ridge climbing in 16h20min.
Norwegian Kristin Harila and Nepalese mountain guide Tenjin Sherpa completed their eight-thousander collection yesterday with the summit of K2. It took them just three months and one day to climb the 14 highest mountains in the world.
Kristin Harila has climbed her 14th eight-thousander with Cho Oyu in Tibet. With a time of one year and five days, the Norwegian is currently the fastest woman on the highest mountains in the world. Depending on the interpretation, she even beats record holder Nirmal Purja.
With her ascent of China Climbs near Yangshuo, Yunxi Chen set a new record: She is the youngest person to redpoint a grade 8b+ sport climbing route.
They're young, they're strong, and they're climbing at a level that would have been unimaginable not too long ago. One representative of this new generation of climbers is 13-year-old Andrea Chelleris, who recently climbed his second 9a route with Martin krpan.
Last Thursday, the Nepalese mountaineer Sanu Sherpa reached his goal of climbing all eight-thousanders in the world twice with the Gasherbrum II in Pakistan. He is the first alpinist who has managed to do this so far.
IFSC World Cup in Seoul: Two speed world records, three Indonesians on the podium, Miroslaw with sixth gold
The speed competition at the IFSC Climbing World Cup in Seoul ended with gold for Indonesia and Poland. The men's medals went to three strong climbers from Indonesia. Aleksandra Miroslaw won gold and a new world record for women.
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Red dot and pink dot are no longer differentiated in the same way as before. We asked various climbing professionals why.
Nicola Bertoldo and Diego Dellai open a new mixed route on the north face of Monte Agnèr: Ultima Perla (350m, 5+, M6, 50°).
The Swiss professional climber Cédric Lachat scores Chilam Balam (9a+/b), his 50th route in the ninth grade.