Alex Johnson, who was an early peer on the U.S. Team, recalls the time Coleman won his "first" silver. And what made him stand out.
Sport Climbing was exhausting to watch, four days of high-level focus from the athletes and spectators. It was at times a bumpy and confusing road with many forks, most generated by an oddball scoring system. Here, we present the highs and lows.
The best in the world dominated Boulder finals while Raboutou's strong showing puts her in good shape heading into Lead finals, where the Gold, Silver and Bronze in climbing's first-ever Olympics will be determined.
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Smart setting is giving bouldering the traction it needs to stay an Olympic sport. Can lead keep up?
The speed wall didn't go well for most of the climbers, then one boulder was too easy, the others too hard.
Colin Duffy gives a breakdown on what it was like to compete in Sport Climbing's first Olympic event.
In a surprise lead finish the young Spanish climber took the gold while Ondra finished out of the medals.
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The mens' speed final was filled with slips and a false start. Ondra had personal best.
Don't know who will be competing tonight? Here's the list.