A Crimp-Fest for a Crimp Master | Sunday Sends

Today we gonna see Crimp Master Dmitry Sharafutdinov doing his thing: making crimpy, finger-breaking boulders look easy. This week’s ascent showcases Dmitry’s legendary finger strength.

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!

The Lord of the Crimps is back! Sunday Sends

The second season of Sunday Sends is here and we gonna start by watching 3-times World Champion Dmitry Sharafutdinov flashing a problem that no other climber managed to top. Enjoy!

Sunday Sends Video: Dmitry in Munich

This is the first post and video on a new series that I’m calling ‘Sunday Sends’. In this series I will share individual ascents that for some reason I find interesting, giving some context and explaining why I find them interesting. We start with Dmitry Crushing the hardest problem in the 2014 World Championships in Munich.

Dmitry Sharafutdinov and Ekaterina Kipryanova, 2017 Russian Bouldering Champions

This past week Russia celebrated its climbing nationals, including the 3 IFSC disciplines (speed, lead, and bouldering). Over 4 days the best climbers in the country competed in the city of Ufa. Dmitry Sharafutdinov secured his 10th National title and Ekaterina Kipryanova her 2nd.

Finally! Footage from Haiyang 2015 Male Qualifiers!

Well, this took a while… about 8 months… but it is finally here. I recorded all this back in June and, since it was almost impossible to upload videos from China, I never sat down to edit it.

European Bouldering Championships 2015 – Semifinals

Really hard problems in the semifinal round in Innsbruck. Many big names are out, and we have a very unusual lineup for the finals.

2014 Bouldering World Championships – Semifinals

We’ve had a great semifinal round in Munich. The problems were hard (2 flashes were a direct ticket to finals) but doable, all of them were solved by more than one climber. Two big surprises: Kilian Fischhuber is out and Michaela Tracy is in finals.

2013 Vail Bouldering World Cup – Results

Dimitry Sharafutdinov celebrating his gold medal in Vail

Anna Stöhr has done it again… her 6th gold medal of the season! With her, on women’s podium, Akiyo Noguchi and Alex Puccio. On Men’s side Dmitry Sharafutdinov has won ahead of Rustam Gelmanov and Jorg Verhoeven.

Weekly Bouldering Digest – 24 March 2013

General Disarray 8B | V13

The IFSC Competition season has begun with some of the best boulderers on Earth competing in Chongqing’s World Cup. Meanwhile, on real rock, some other strong guys (Robinson, Nakajima, Webb…) have been establishing and repeating really hard boulder problems. Oh, and Chris Sharma has red pointed the hardest route on the planet.