• Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
  • Hardest Climbing Moves
    Hardest Climbing Moves The current state of rating hard bouldering/climbing is like the 100m sprint without any direct comparison, face to face competition and before the invention of even a timer... A couple of strong athletes do their thing in some remote areas, come back and report: "It really felt like 9.6 secs yesterday, the track was fast, I was feeling strong, the wind was making this typical 9.6 sound..." So much for the accuracy of rating climbing moves. If you're only in it for the numbers, do comps and show the world how strong you are! If your only contribution to climbing is repeating and downgrading, that's fine, it's just not what you could do with your obvious talent. Why not explain to the rest of us why you liked the climb or not, what is tricky and what is simple about it...
Sonntag, 09 September 2012 14:00

Route Setting at the Boulder World Cup 2010...

... what the competitors think:
Freigegeben in Climbing-Gyms.info

The events couldn't be more different: In China (see below) about 10.000 mostly silent spectators, in Slovenia a small, but enthusiastic and well-informed crowd. See for yourself! Next stop: Vienna...
Freigegeben in Competition
Freitag, 20 November 2009 15:23

Climbing WC 2009 roundup

It has been a while since the rock climbing world and the competition scene could agree on one champion. In 2009 Adam Ondra climbed the most not only hard but also diverse rock routes and won the World Cup. There is nothing super human or magical about Adam, he just brings, for the time being, the most complete climbing skill set to the table.

It is the nature of human progress that we learn. By watching the clips posted here and elsewhere, we will learn about climbing and therefore improve. Somewhere in the world a talented girl or boy, say 12 years old, who watches Adam, Johanna, Chris and all the other great climbers of our time, will be a far better climber in five years time than those guys ever could be!
So read on, watch those clips, watch them again, discuss them - we will keep on making them, for the future of climbing!
Freigegeben in Competition

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