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Synonymous with mountaineering and outdoor apparel, BLACKYAK has launched a collection that will give an all-round cool touch performance. Since its conception in 1973, this South Korean brand has become a global player in design and performance combined with highly technical fabrics for mountaineering through to winter sports.
Ropes tearing, a fall into a crevasse, the descent of an avalanche – young pro athlete Jost Kobusch has already had to go through it all. And yet he continues to be a successful solo climber.
The German manufacturer of climbing and mountain sports equipment Edelrid mourns the loss of Carsten von Birckhahn. He died during a landing approach while paragliding in Val di Mello, Italy.
When it comes to “hanging” around, Nika Potapova isn’t like other teenagers. The 15-year-old Ukrainian set a new record on the Zlagboard. 2:02.94 minutes – that’s how long Potapova’s finger strength lasted while clinging onto the two-centimeter-deep holds on the fingerboard in Chamonix.
How can we tear kids away from games consoles? Thanks to the augmented reality climbing wall from Entre-Prises Climbing Walls, the solution seems to be that little bit nearer.
The number of mixed competitions in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be doubled to 18. That was announced by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). “I am delighted that the Olympic Games in Tokyo will be more youthful, more urban and will include more women,” said IOC President Thomas Bach.
Here, top climber and entrepreneur Stefan Glowacz analyzes the state of his sport – and the success of bouldering.