In May, Salt Lake City will host three IFSC World Cups: Bouldering May 20-22, Paraclimbing May 24-29, and Speed and Bouldering May 27-29.
“There’s a really strong generation of Canadian women coming up behind me. Hopefully this pushes them, shows them what’s possible.”
Gnarly Nutrition’s new film, “Home Crag,” profiles the embattled canyon, which plays a centering role for the Salt Lake climbing community.
Little Cottonwood Canyon Boulders Threatened by Infrastructure Plan: Hundreds of Problems May Disappear
To alleviate 30-ish days of extreme ski traffic each year, the Utah Department of Transportation is deciding between two $500 million infrastructure projects, both of which would destroy priceless Utah boulders. Make your voice heard now.
Twelve athletes have just earned their places in the final round of this weekend's Bouldering World Cup. Among them: Four Americans! In the lead are the usual suspects: Janja Garnbret and Tomoa Narasaki
By the round’s end, Garnbret had topped all five boulders, but so had Japan’s Miho Nonaka, the United States’ Natalia Grossman, and Japan’s Futaba Ito.
Video replay of the Boulder World Cup in Salt Lake City. Natalia Grossman takes the gold. Brooke Raboutou wins bronze.
The new facility is purpose-built to help American climbers compete on the international stage and prepare for the Olympics
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