VIDEO: Ondra and Markovič Crush in Kranj

At the end of October, Italian climber Niccolo Ceria spent one week bouldering in Albarracin, Spain, flashing and sending multiple hard problems.

By Rock and Ice | November 17th, 2015

Adam Ondra and Mina Markovič take the gold! Ondra (Czech Republic) contorted his way to victory in Kranj, defending his 2014 overall Lead World Champion title. Markovič (Slovenia) reclaimed the overall title from Jain Kim (Korea) for the first time since 2012—they have swapped first and second place for the past six World Cup seasons.

In the video, Ondra says, “Out of all the three wins that I’ve made in Kranj, this one was the hardest.”

 

Read the full competition report here.

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