Hard climbs on the Dreamtime Boulder by Cotting and Schubert

The legendary Dreamtime Boulder, in Cresciano, Switzerland, has seen a lot of traffic lately. After the repetitions of The Story of Two Worlds by Khazanov, Rauch and Jelonek, the line has also been climbed by Sebastian Cotting. Meanwhile, on the other side of the boulder, Jackob Schubert climbed Dreamtime.

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Video: Nacho Sanchez sending El Indomable 8C/+ | V15/16

Here’s a short and sweet video covering Nacho Sanchez’s ascent of El Indomable, a super hard line opened by Alberto Rocasolano and considered by Sanchez to be one of the hardest he’s ever climbed.

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Nayuta V16 movie review

Dai Koyamada climbed his V16 | 8C+ boulder Nayuta in April of last year. He recently published a movie following the projecting process and final ascent. It depicts that one boulder in meticulous detail, showing the slow progress made by Koyamada, try after try until he finally succeeded.

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Petra Klingler, Swiss Power | Sunday Sends

This Sunday we gonna see one of the most powerful climbers doing the World Cup circuit, World Champion Petra Klingler, flashing a dynamic problem during the World Championships in Munich, back in 2014.

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Alex Puccio vs. Akiyo Noguchi | Compare and Contrast

Today I wanna share a new experiment. A climbing comparison video in which I (over)analyze and compare how Alex Puccio and Akiyo Noguchi climbed the same problem during the 2013 World Cup in Log Dragomer, Slovenia.

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Noguchi and Narasaki get ready for the season in Innsbruck

The brand new Kletterzentrum Innsbruck is the place to be. Climbers from all over the planet are visiting the state of the art climbing facility to train at the highest level. The latest visitors are Japanese superstars Akiyo Noguchi and Tomoa Narasaki.

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Valeri Kremer, Slabmaster | Sunday Sends

In the World Cups, quite often we get to see relatively unknown climbers kicking ass and making super hard problems look easy. This week we gonna witness how Valeri Kremer hicked a slab that shut down superstars like Shauna Coxsey or Miho Nonaka.

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Dave MacLeod repeats Catalan Witness the Fitness

Scottish climber Dave MacLeod has repeated Catalan Witness the Fitness, a roof problem opened by Chris Sharma a couple of years ago in Catalonia. The 39-year-old considers the line to fall within the 8B+ | V14, concurring with Jakob Schubert’s assessment.

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Nathaniel Coleman, Mind the Finger | Sunday Sends

Yesterday Nathaniel Coleman won his third USA Championship title. Let’s celebrate it reviewing an epic moment from the 2015 Vail World Cup in which he grabbed a hold as a 1-finger undercling.

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The new USA Scoring System, an alternative to the IFSC System?

USA Climbing has a new scoring system for bouldering. A very simple and direct method for assessing the performance of the climbers that tries to keep it as easy to understand as possible while still dividing the field in the fairest way possible.

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