Caution: Body tension required! | Sunday Sends

Today we go back to the 2013 European Championships in Eindhoven. We gonna see one of the few ascents of the last problem in the female semifinals. It was a long problem that required careful movement and lots of body tension. Slovenian star Mina Markovic spent a lot of time on the wall but she […]

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Too powerful!? Less than 5% got this top! | Sunday Sends

Today we gonna see 2018 Overall Bouldering World Cup Champion Miho Nonaka sending a very powerful problem from Munich 2015. This problem shut down 81 out of 85 climbers! The last move, in particular, was very hard, the top was a massive jug, but it was a looong reach away!

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Competition catch-up: USA, Japan and Ukraine

Just because the IFSC Comps are over it doesn’t mean that there are no big bouldering comps left. Several national-level events are taking place along with the Asian Continental Championships. Let’s do some catch-up!

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This first move pissed off a lot of people! | Sunday Sends

This week we gonna review an ascent of a very frustrating problem. The first qualifying boulder in Log Dragomer 2013 featured a very annoying start. Climbers spent up to 18 tries to top this line. Swiss star Cedric Lachat managed to get the top on his 10th attempt, let’s see it!

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She didn’t stop until she found the way! | Sunday Sends

Today we gonna see former US Champion and World Cup winner Megan Mascarenas giving a very long and tiring try to a qualifying boulder from the 2016 World Cup in Meiringen. She flashed the problem but it took her about a minute and a half to get to the top. An example of determination and […]

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It doesn’t get much flatter than this! | Sunday Sends

Today we celebrate Jan Hojer’s ascent of Es Pontas with footage from a radically different problem: a super flat and technical slab from the 2015 World Cup in Munich. It only got two tops (out of 59 climbers) but Jan made it look pretty easy!

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Clever way to use your hip! | Sunday Sends

This week we are going to review an ascent by British climber James Garden. Not a big competition star but a really strong climber that was part of the UK Team for a few years. We are going to see him topping a problem during the World Cup in Innsbruck in 2013. Enjoy!

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Buenos Aires 2018: Combined Youth Olympic Finals today and tomorrow

The Youth Olympic Games are taking place in Buenos Aires and climbing is part of it. The combined finals will take place today and tomorrow and our sport will have its first Olympic Champions.

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Bloc Shop Open and Portland Boulder Rally catch-up

While the European comp scene is pretty much done for the season, a couple of big bouldering events took place on the other side of the Atlantic. In Canada, The Bloc Shop Open attracted many international stars while, in the USA, the Portland Boulder Rally gathered some of the strongest boulderers in North America.

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What do you mean “run and jump”?? | Sunday Sends

If last week we saw a very old-school problem, today we gonna go to the other extreme. We gonna revisit a modern-style problem that got some climbers confused about how they were supposed to start the problem. Enjoy!

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