Sit back and… match? | Sunday Sends

This Sunday we gonna feature another Japanese superstar. If last week we saw Miho Nonaka in action, today we gonna witness Akiyo Noguchi topping a problem in a very unorthodox way. Enjoy!

If Picasso was a route setter… | Sunday Sends

Miho Nonaka just won her first Overall Bouldering World Cup title. To celebrate it, we gonna see her topping a very hard boulder from Haiyang 2015. A boulder that looks like a piece of modern art!

Here comes the Payne! | Sunday Sends

Angie Payne is one of the strongest US boulderers ever. Yesterday’s IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Vail is the perfect excuse to review one of her tops from the same event, but 3 years ago.

A jaw-dropping move by Akiyo Noguchi | Sunday Sends

Akiyo Noguchi just won the World Cup in Chongqing, a perfect excuse to review an ascent from her previous World Cup victory, also in Chongqing but in 2015. During that event, she offered one of the most impressive displays of flexibility we’ve ever seen in a comp.

Can knees do that!? | Sunday Sends

This Sunday we gonna see how Iranian climber Gholamali Baratzadeh used his flexibility to top a very tricky problem during the World Cup in 2015.

Katha Saurwein, Power Endurance | Sunday Sends

This week we look back at the 2015 European Champs in Innsbruck to review an ascent by Austrian crusher Katharina Saurwein. We gonna see her top an exhausting problem that required stamina and lots of determination.

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.

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.

Julija Kruder, A Tricky Dyno | Sunday Sends

In this edition of Sunday Sends we gonna see Julija Kruder, from Slovenia, taking down a very tricky dyno problem during the 2015 Innsbruck European Bouldering Championships.

Jongwon Chon, Crimping Style | Sunday Sends

This Sunday, let’s revisit a problem from the 2015 IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Haiyang. We gonna see Korean star Jongwon Chon climbing a physical and crimpy qualifying problem that shut down many other strong climbers.