Penrose Step, V14 by Alex Puccio

Alex Puccio has climbed her fourth V14 (8B+), Penrose Step, in Leavenworth, Washington state. Puccio was very close to climbing the problem about a year ago, when she fell from the top.

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The footholds were all wrong! | Sunday Sends

Happy Sunday! This week we gonna go back to the World Championships of 2014 in Munich, where Italian crusher Gabriele Moroni had to top a technical problem to get his ticket to semifinals. Enjoy!

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April Fools’ Day: Moving holds to be used in the World Cups

The International Federation has just announced that moving holds will be allowed in the World Cups during the 2018 season. This is the first time such holds are permitted in an official competition and marks a huge change in the nature of the sport.

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3 Reasons why 2018 will be the best season to date

The 2018 IFSC Bouldering World Cup is about to start. Given the current state of competition live streaming, the competition calendar and how incredibly strong and tight the field is, this season will probably be the best to date!

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The Real Thing, the original bouldering movie, free on YouTube!

Moon Climbing has just released on YouTube the 1996 bouldering movie The Real Thing, the first 100% bouldering movie ever!

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How to set a tricky dyno, with Niklas Wiechmann

German setter Niklas Wiechmann, from Beta Routesetting, shares his setting process while creating a 1-2 dyno. A short and sweet video that helps us understand setting and the decisions it involves a bit better.

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An epic top by Shauna Coxsey | Sunday Sends

This Sunday Shauna Coxsey is the star of the show. We gonna see her topping a long and exhausting problem during the final of Toronto 2014. An epic attempt that gave her the silver medal!

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The North Face Bouldering Master and Crux Open, the international comps continue!

The comp season is in full swing. This weekend we have more high-level comps to watch. Chile is hosting the North Face Bouldering Master and Poland has yet another massive open vent, the Crux Open, in Warsaw.

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2018 Hueco Rock Rodeo: Hard problems and hard rain

It doesn’t rain often in Texas’ desert, but when it does, it pours! An intense rainstorm forced the 2018 edition of the Hueco Rock Rodeo to be rescheduled. Frustrated climbers had to wait in their tents for the rain to stop and the rock to dry. But when it did, the climbing felt better than […]

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Anthony Gullsten climbs The Big Island 8C | V15

Finnish climber Anthony Gullsten has repeated The Big Island, an iconic compression line in Fontainebleau. It is graded 8C | V15 and was first climbed by Vincent Pochon in 2009. Since then, it has been climbed by stars like Hojer, Hukkataival, Robinson or Webb.

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