The only time this happened in a World Cup! | Sunday Sends

This week we gonna review a very unique ascent, done by Shauna Coxsey. It is unique because it was the only time that a problem has been used for both men and women during an IFSC senior bouldering World Cup. In 2014, in the Chongqing event, the last qualifying problem for the men was also […]

Climbing in a World Cup: a unique perspective | Sunday Sends

Climbing in a World Cup is quite different from climbing in pretty much any other situation. You don’t get to choose when or what to climb, you don’t get to decide how much to rest, and thousands of people are watching your every move. To get a better idea lets watch some uncut footage of […]

Great interview with Shauna Coxsey

“Your mindset and how you deal with things is a choice”

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!

Oriane Bertone climbs Golden Shadow, 8B+ | V14

French climber Oriane Bertone, just 12 years old, has become the 9th women to ever climb a boulder graded 8B+ | V14 by repeating Fred Nicole’s Golden Shadow in Rocklands, South Africa.

La Sportiva Legends Only 2017 is here!

The 2017 edition of La Sportiva Legends Only takes place tomorrow, at 8 pm, in Stockholm. Petra Klingler, Katja Kadic, Fanny Gibert, Melissa Le Neve, Stasa Gejo and Shauna Coxsey will face 5 very challenging problems in a unique competition format.

Tour de Bloc, TNF Boulder Masters, Hard ascents in Japan… OnBouldering Digest 19/04/17

We have a lot of bouldering news to catch up with! Comps in Europe, Canada and South America and hard ascents all over the world. Tons of links below the video!

Meiringen videos: Male Qualifiers, Daniel Woods and Shauna Coxsey

For those of you that, for some unfathomable reason, are not subscribed to our YouTube channel, here you have some videos from last weekend. Highlights from the male qualifiers (female qualis in the making!) and a couple of interviews, with Daniel Woods and Shauna Coxsey.

Shauna Coxsey on her recovery process

Looks like British star and 2016 Overall World Cup Champion Shauna Coxsey has managed to keep her spirits up during her recovery process. As you know she injured her shoulder during the last World Cup of the year (Munich, in August). Since then she’s been working hard to get back in competition shape and she […]

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.