The XXI Rock Master is about to take place in Arco, Italy, this weekend on 7-9 September 2007 with participation of Czech climbers: reigning World champion Tomas Mrazek will compete in the lead competition, Silvie Rajfova the bouldering and Libor Hroza the speed climbing. ... full story
Bouldering competition and Film festival in Zakopane, Poland
invitation- 6-9 Sept 07
Invitation for the bouldering competition Zako Boulder Power 2007 which will take place in Zakopane on 9th of September came from Poland. The competition will be as a part of the mountain film festival Spotkania z Filmem Górskim in the town of Zakopane which takes place from 6th to 9th September 2007 ... full story
Adam Ondra about his Silbergeier climb in interview etc.
Czech young climber Adam Ondra (14), who attracted world climbing media by his recent climb of hard multi pitch route Silbergeier 8b+ in Swiss Alps, says in interview on planetmountain.com he intended to climb the route OS, but already the first pitch surprised him how hard it was. ... full story
Red Bull Bloc Buster: Elite climbers on natural rock sculptures
Vienna 1 September 2007
The world elite from bouldering, including the Austrian Kilian Fischhuber, Angela Eiter, Anna Stöhr and David Lama, are invited to the Red Bull Bloc Buster, world’s first inside-city bouldering event on natural rocks to be held on 1 September 2007 at the Austria Center Vienna (AUT). ... full story
Czech Cup competition and Czech Championship one week postponed
The competition of the Czech cup in lead climbing in Brno, on the indoor wall Rajce has been postponed from 24th November 2007 to 1st December 2007, the Czech Championship in lead and speed climbing was moved from 1st-2nd December 2007 to 8th-9th December 2007. ... full story
Adam Ondra and Tomas Mrazek recently added some hard sends to their diaries here on czechclimbing.com, which is nothing new. But non-czech readers may notice that they recorded them in the style of pink point (PP), prompting the question, 'What the hell is Pink Point?'... full story
Alex Chabot climbs the new may be hardest route in Deverse
At least 9a?
Last week, French climber Alex Chabot did what he thinks to be the hardest route of Deverse: "PuntX" (Gorges du Loup, France), service Kairn.com informs. So it should be at least 9a, if there are other routes of the 9a grade: Abysse or Kinematix. ... full story