Massive slab + coordination dyno! | Sunday Sends

We still have room for yeat another World Champion! To celebrate Jule Wurm’s comeback from retirement (don’t get too excited, she’s just taking part in Dock Masters 2019) we gonna see her topping a very hard slab during her most successful competition season, 2014. That year she won the Bouldering World Championships in Munich.

3 Times Climbing World Champion vs. Horrible Pinches | Sunday Sends

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an unpichable pinch? That’s more or less what we gonna see today. Dmitry Sharafutdinov facing a brutal problem during the semifinal round of the 2014 World Cup in Chongqing, China. Most climbers fell on pretty much the first move, but Dmitry almost flashed the boulder!

He completely misread this sequence! | Sunday Sends

This week we continue with yet another World Champion (after Adam Ondra and Petra Klingler). Today we gonna see Sean McColl crushing during the semis of the 2014 World Cup in Toronto. There, he made his way to the final with an ascent of the hardest semifinal problem. He could have flashed it, but during […]

A Shoulder + Finger Test! Sunday Sends

This is the last Sunday Sends of 2018! We gonna bid farewell to an amazing year of bouldering with a hard ascent by Russian crusher Vadim Timonov. During the 2014 Innsbruck Bouldering World Cup, he was one of the 5 climbers who managed to top the third qualifying problem. Let’s see it!

A flashing masterclass by Kilian Fischhuber | Sunday Sends

This week we gonna review an ascent by the one and only Kilian Fischhuber. During the qualifying round of the 2014 World Cup in Innsbruck, he offered an impressive flash of a very hard, crimpy and technical problem. We can learn a lot about climbing movement just watching him make his way to the top!

The only time this happened in a World Cup! | Sunday Sends

This week we gonna review a very unique ascent, done by Shauna Coxsey. It is unique because it was the only time that a problem has been used for both men and women during an IFSC senior bouldering World Cup. In 2014, in the Chongqing event, the last qualifying problem for the men was also […]

This boulder will make your fingers hurt! | Sunday Sends

Today we gonna see Australian crusher James Kassay topping a very crimpy problem from the World Cup in Chongqing in 2014. The holds were so tiny I bet you will cringe while watching!

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!

She won’t let go! Sunday Sends

This Sunday we gonna review an ascent by one of the best competition climbers ever, Anna Stöhr. She recently announced her retirement from competitions, sadly she couldn’t compete in Innsbruck due to a back injury. During her long and super successful career, she left us many great moments, including this climb that we gonna see […]

Adam Ondra, from mad to focused in 15s | Sunday Sends

This Sunday, to celebrate the Climbing World Championships that are taking place in Innsbruck, we gonna see World Champion Adam Ondra facing his demons during the 2014 World Cup in Innsbruck. When he fell from the top of a semifinal problem he got quite mad, but he was able to change his mental state in […]