Youth A Highlights | Innsbruck YWCH

Here you have highlights from the Qualification and Final of the Youth A Category. With stars like Ashima Shiraishi, Filip Schenk or Brooke Raboutou.

Filip Schenk and Ashima Shiraishi, Youth World Champions

Filip Schenk and Ashima Shiraishi have won the Youth A World Championships. The podium was completed by Keita Dohi, Luiza Emeleva, Mizuki Tajima and Brooke Raboutou.

Ashima doesn’t disappoint | YWCH Day 2

Ashima Shiraishi goes to finals of bouldering youth A in first place after the semifinal tonight. On the male side, Filip Schenk, from Italy, leads the board. In the morning we had the Qualification for the youngest category, youth B.

Biggest IFSC Comp Ever! The Youth World Championships in Innsbruck

More than a thousand climbers are to compete in Innsbruck over the next 12 days. The Youth World Championships will be the biggest IFSC event ever. The competition started today with the Youth A boulder qualification and will run until the 10th of September.

Hojer and Garnbret take the gold in a final full of epic moments

The biggest world cup ever ended on a very high note, with a final that offered lots of memorable moments. The route setters walked a thin line that ended up working in part due to the creativity of the climbers involved.

Results | Munich Bouldering World Cup 2017

Jan Hojer and Janja Garnbret have won the 2017 Munich Bouldering World Cup. Shauna Coxsey, Tomoa Narasaki, Akiyo Noguchi and Taisei Ishimatsu completed the podium.

Semifinals | Munich Bouldering World Cup 2017

Stasa Gejo and Jan Hojer have won the European Bouldering Championships, that took part during the semifinal round in Munich. Alexey Rubtsov finished 10th in the World Cup which means that Jongwon Chon is the Overall Champion.

Qualifiers | Munich Bouldering World Cup 2017

Demanding problems, heat, and a very long qualifying round in Munich. Fujii, Chon, Nonaka and Garnbret lead the board. Watabe didn’t make finals and can’t be overall champion.

Preview | Munich Bouldering World Cup and European Championships

The Bouldering World Cup season comes to an end this weekend in Munich. The Bavarian capital will host the biggest IFSC World Cup ever, with 292 climbers on the starting list. This event will decide the male overall title as well as the European Championships.

The European Bouldering Champs format explained

The upcoming Bouldering World Cup in Munich will also serve as European Bouldering Championship. The solution to accommodate that second competition in a World Cup can be a bit confusing and it has been surrounded by controversy. In this video, I try to explain it all as clearly as possible.