• July 1, 2015 - A new deep-water soloing, or psicobloc, competition will be held in Quebec from July 3 to 5. Fifty climbers will compete for $4,000 in prize money at the Chewpod Extrême Bloc 2015 competition. Read More

  • Magic Wood in Switzerland is famous for V14 and V15 problems like Never Ending Story, New Base Line, and Practice of the Wild. But the forest is stacked with problems of all grades on textured granite. This video by the German filmmaker Robbit shows off about a dozen more accessible problems, from about V3 to V7. Read More

  • Three climbers use a drone to haul a rope over an unclimbed peak in Colorado, allowing them to make the first ascent. Read More

  • "My buddy on the ground noticed that the young lady had clipped directly to the anchors with a gear loop on the side of her harness and had begun untying her knot to clean the draws." Read More

  • 5/22/15 - The Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee has announced its shortlist for sports to be included as additional events in the 2020 Olympic games. Climbing, along with seven other sports, made the cut, down from the original list of  26 that applied. Read More

  • Sean McColl from Vancouver, Canada, has won the Bouldering World Cup in Chongqing, China. The 27-year-old, who last won a World Cup comp in 2013, is now ranked third for the 2015 season. Read More