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Ondra reports great progress on his 9c Flatanger project Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news rockclimbing women(cool, nice) - 708b027cc7a5fca43d8634756da213da - 2017-05-24-12-11-48 Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news Rock On - 4dc3b785be1fed69353204464ec13d5a - 2017-05-24-12-07-23 Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news Ready for some AZ sending soon ? Photo: JustFab Photography
Ready for some AZ sending soon
The first preparation meeting between TOCOG (Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games), the IFSC and the JMSCA - Japanese Mountaineering and Sport Climbing Association - took place in Tokyo on May 8 and 9. The IFSC team was led by IFSC President Marco Scolaris and the JMSCA delegation was headed President Mr. Yagihara Kuniaki, while IFSC Vice-President Mr. Toru Kobinata attended the meeting in his function of Sport Manager for the TOCOG Sport Department for Sport Climbing.
The two-day meeting included an inspection to the Odaiba area for the preparation of the Sport Climbing Event to be held at Tokyo 2020. Representatives visited the venue and met the main authorities to discuss the progress made and developments still ongoing.
IFSC Sport Director Jerome Meyer, Marketing and Communication Director Anne Fuynel, Technical Delegates Christophe Billon and Graeme Alderson, who previously attended the Bouldering World Cup in Hachioji, attended the meeting as well, while on the JMSCA side Vice-Chairman Yoshio Ogata, Secretary General/Director Hitoshi Onodera, and Yuji Hirayama, from the JMSCA Sport Climbing Commission joined also the meeting. Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news pokmajom: tundertapl Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news Onsighting the Salat
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Some twenty years ago, an Italian World Cup climber fell to the ground and injured himself badly, as he had not tightened his bowline knot. Directly afterwards IFSC made it mandatory to use the eight knot during comps. At the same time, in every WC competition there is a problem to untie the knot that sometimes results in 1 - 2 minutes delay. The O-Key device solves this problem by squeezing it in the knot before climbing. Back on the ground you just take the it out and untie will become much simpler. Possibly IFSC will make it mandatory to use on World Cups. On the other hand, the O-Key is in fact also a Safety First innovation because by squeezing it in, it is like confirming that you have finished your eight knot. Most us have forget this once or have had friends who have forgotten it and in some cases it has resulted in bad injuries. Most of us re-check the knot high up on the route and with the "Safety First" device, all these guys will feel more comfortable. After having used it for some days in Kalymnos, I am very positive about it and possibly this is a game changer when it comes to safety. Once my belayer says, - On belay!, I check my knot answering with - Safety First! Having kids, I will make it mandatory for them to use it and it will be nice to pass it over to my friends, showing I care. The O-Key or "Safety First" device is an invention by Albi Schneider, who ten years ago introduced the belay glasses to the market. He will present the O-Key at Outdoor in Friedrichshafen in June. Yesterday, he got the message that his O-Key made it to the finals where they are about to present the best new products of 2017. The price will be 4 or 5 Euros but Albi also plans to sell them in packages of five for Euro 10, so you can have a package in your rucksack and give away to friends. The O-Key can also be used as your small stick opening your carabiner while going for a stick clip. Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news notjustlikethat: Oka
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The IFSC is pleased to announce a new Sport Climbing event for this exciting 2017 season!
Thanks to the joint effort of the IFSC and the Chinese Mountaineering Association (CMA), the IFSC China Open is now confirmed for November 17th-19th, 2017.
The event will take place in Guangzhou, one of the most influential international metropolises in China. In 2016, Guangzhou hosted the IFSC Youth World Championships, an annual event gathering top young athletes from around the world in all three Sport Climbing disciplines.
The IFSC China Open will showcase Boulder, Lead and Speed as well. A combined ranking under the Olympic format will be calculated. For each discipline, the following athletes will be automatically selected to the Event:
• 10 best athletes of the World Ranking
• 2 best Chinese athletes (selected by the CMA)
• 8 athletes selected for the finals rounds from the Open event held the previous day
Please stay tuned to the dedicated event page for further updates. Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news mu-neutrino:Barbara
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Mixing up the training today :) It helps to train at many places to keep the motivation fresh! (at Phoenix Rock Gym)
Training guru and author of the Rock Climbers Training Manual Mark Anderson recently turned 40 (happy birthday from TrainingBeta!). To celebrate, Mark wrote a blog post in which he outlined 40 climbing lessons he’s learned during his year involved in […]