2008 Vail Bouldering World Cup Media

2008 Vail Bouldering World Cup Media

Media from this past weekend’s Bouldering World Cup event at the Teva Mountain Games is starting to trickle in. Check out LVMRock.com for footage from finals including Kilian Fischhuber’s impressive flash of the last finals problem as well as Alex Johnson doing her thing.

Here a few additional videos from DenverBouldering.com of Chris Sharma climbing in the Semis:



Also at DenverBouldering.com are pictures from the Citizen’s comp as well as additional videos.

More footage to come later this week at MVM.

I will update this post as additonal media becomes available so check back often.
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Update: Mike Doyle has pictures

Update 2: Routesetter has a full recap

Update 3: Videos at Active.com

Update 4: “Interview” with Alex Johnson

Update 5: Pictures from pimpinandcrimpin

Update 6: Pictures of Petzl athletes taken by John Evans

Update 7: Pictures of the 1st place women’s medal(s)

Update 8: Video at the TMG Site

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4 Responses to 2008 Vail Bouldering World Cup Media

  1. denverclimber June 10, 2008 at 3:18 pm #

    i heard from one of the coursesetters that Paul was bitching up a storm about how unfair it was that he had to climb in the sun, i thought it was too bad he couldnt have a better attitude about competing

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  2. The Narc June 10, 2008 at 3:37 pm #

    Interesting. Not sure if that means he has a bad attitude about competing or not.

    It seems from reading a few different reports that first timers learned a lot about how important it is to maintain ones composure.

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  3. mc June 11, 2008 at 1:47 pm #

    MVM has some cool soundbites from the climbers and organizers today… highlight reel tomorrow.

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  4. peter June 5, 2009 at 8:43 pm #

    I don’t think that wanting to compete in the same conditions as the other competitors is having a bad attitude at all. These people are professionals whose success or failure at these events has a material impact on their lives. Not every climbing competition needs to be just a friendly get together.

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