2016 Bouldering World Championships | Male Results

Tomoa Narasaki is the new Bouldering World Champion. The young Japanese secured the title in a tense and spectacular final. Adam Ondra and Manu Cornu completed the podium.

2016 Bouldering World Championships | Female Semifinal

Japan won’t stop crushing! Noguchi and Nonaka lead the board after a female semifinal full of, again, very hard problems (but still easier than the ones the males suffered).

2016 Bouldering World Championships | Male Semifinal

Very hard problems in the semifinal round for the men. A flash and 3 quick tops were enough to make it to the final round. Great results for the French Team, which has 3 climbers in the top 6.

2016 Bouldering World Championships | Female Qualifiers

Another good round in Paris with spot-on difficulty. Almost all the favorites made it through to semis, with Fanny Gibert being the most painful exception. Japan keeps dominating: Akiyo Noguchi and Miho Nonaka are tied in 1st position.

2016 Bouldering World Championships | Male Qualifiers

Good qualifying round for the men in Paris. Very doable problems, of styles ranging from pure power to technical slabs. Most of them full of risky moves. Great results for the Japanese and French teams.

2016 Bouldering World Championships | Preview

The grand finale of the IFSC Bouldering Season is here. This week Paris is hosting the Climbing World Championships and it will be the biggest event of the year.

Munich Qualifiers, the videos

I’ve finally finished the editing of the qualifying videos from Munich. Enjoy!

Munich 2016 Photo Gallery!

Our gallery from Munich 2016 is ready over on our facebook page. Have a look!

Munich 2016: Aftermath

The 2016 IFSC Bouldering World Cup came to an end in a packed Munich’s Olympic Stadium. Tomoa Narasaki and Miho Nonaka took the gold, confirming the impressive superiority of the Japanese team. Moreover, Narasaki also won the overall title.

2016 Munich Bouldering World Cup | Semifinals

Tomoa Narasaki is the 2016 Overall World Cup Winner. The Japanese goes to finals in 2nd place and has secured the title mathematically. The problems in the semis were, once again, easy, (especially for the men, 8 of them topped all the problems) but very fun to watch.