12/3/13 - On November 30, six of the world’s top climbers gathered in Stockholm, Sweden, for the third annual La Sportiva Legends Only bouldering competition, where American Jimmy Webb took top honors.
11/18/19 - Jain Kim from Korean and Sachi Amma from Japan have won the women's and men's overall Lead World Cup for 2013, following the final stop on the circuit in Kranj, Slovenia, this past weekend.
8/26/13 - Alex Puccio of the U.S. wrapped up the 2013 Boulder World Cup season on a high note as she earned a silver medal in Munich, Germany. With this strong result, her best finish of the year, Puccio concludes the 2013 bouldering season ranked in third place, the second time she has reached this milestone.
The 2013 IFSC World Youth Championship concluded Monday evening at the Boulders Climbing Gym on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, with Team Japan and Team Austria leading the medal count in lead climbing, each with four medals including two golds.
Five members of the U.S. team have made finals in the World Youth Championship, which wraps up tonight at the Boulders Climbing Gym in British Columbia, Canada.
Russian climbers dominated the speed climbing events at the IFSC World Youth Championship in British Columbia, Canada, this weekend, winning gold in four out of six competition categories. But U.S. climbers were hot on their heels in several categories, taking two silver medals and two bronzes.
The biggest annual comp for young climbers, the IFSC World Youth Championships, gets under way today, and for the first time it's happening in North America.
8/14/13 - The 2013 Lead World Cup series continued August 10 in Imst, Austria, where Japan's Sachi Amma and Slovenia's Mina Markovic took first place.
8/3/13 - Women's favorite Sasha DiGiulian and dark horse Jimmy Webb took first place in the deep water soloing competition held in Park City, Utah, on Friday, August 2.
7/23/13 -Spain's Ramón Julian Puigblanque and South Korea's Jain Kim took top honors at 2013's first Lead World Cup in Briançon, France, on July 20.
The Spanish runner Kilian Jornet, 25, ran up and down Mont Blanc, the 15,781-foot high point of Western Europe, in just under five hours, taking more than 13 minutes off a 23-year-old record.
Mia Manson, Colin Duffy, Ross Fulkerson, and Chloe Massenat may not be household names in the climbing community. But as national champions in their age groups, they probably will be soon.