Alex Puccio Sends her 2nd V14: Wheel of Chaos
Alex is the first woman to climb two V14’s and the two she sent are completely different styles.
5 weeks 5 days ago
Youth Continue World Championships Spree
The next generation of tide-turning lead and speed climbers flood the dreamy island city of Noumea, New Caledonia this weekend.
5 weeks 6 days ago
Jack of All Trades: Three 8’s in a Day
His goal was to climb an eighth-grade route of three styles: bouldering, trad climbing, and sport climbing.
5 weeks 6 days ago
The Mysterious Difficulty of Alex Megos’ New Route
According to Alex’s Facebook post, it’s not that hard, “just a bit strange.”
6 weeks 2 days ago
Grand Finale of American Ninja Warrior Features more Top Climbers
“USA vs. The World” pits five American Las Vegas finalists, including Brian Arnold, from the past few seasons against two other teams: Team Japan and Team Europe.
6 weeks 2 days ago
Ondra Makes History at World Championships
Adam Ondra (CZE) made IFSC history today by becoming the first climber to win Gold in both the Bouldering and Lead World Championships in the same season.
6 weeks 2 days ago
E9's for Hirayama and Pearson in the UK
Yuji Hirayama has joined James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini for a tour of the trad climbing in the UK.
7 weeks 20 hours ago
Nalle Hukkataival: V15 First Ascent and More in Australia's Grampians
Nalle Hukkataival reports on Facebook that he's sent a new V15 in Australia's Southern Grampians.
7 weeks 21 hours ago
Alex Puccio Sends Freaks of the Industry (V13)
Alex Puccio continues her tear through the boulders of Rocky Mountain National Park with Freaks of the Industry, her fourth V13 of the season.
7 weeks 22 hours ago
More Hard New Routes at Idaho's Fins for Jonathan Siegrist
Jonathan Siegrist has just wrapped up another successful trip of route development at Idaho's Fins including the first ascent of Off to the Wizard (5.14c) and Year of the Ox, a 5.13d R-rated trad route.
7 weeks 23 hours ago
They're Here! 2014 Lead, Speed, and Para Climbing World Championships
Opening ceremony for the 2014 Lead, Speed, and Para Climbing World Championships kicks off today along the picturesque coastal city of Gijon, Spain.
7 weeks 2 days ago
Honnold Solos University Wall in Squamish
Alex characterizes the 900 ft. climb as a "hardman version" of Yosemite's famous Astroman.
8 weeks 23 hours ago