The Key To Being World Cup Champion?

With Austrian climbers winning the recent sport climbing World Cup in Boulder as well as the overall Boulder World Cup title, you might be wondering what their secret to success is.  In an appearance on Boulder’s ClimbTalk Radio Show World Cup Champ Kilian Fischhuber let us in on this key tip:

I always climb my problems on my last try.  And I keep doing that.  It’s really cool.

Ok, maybe there’s more to being a World Cup champion than that, but check out the rest of the transcript of the interview for a fun conversation with Fischhuber, Anna Stöhr, Chuck Fryberger, Cody Roth and Jonathan Siegrist.

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One Response to The Key To Being World Cup Champion?

  1. Doug Lipinski October 20, 2011 at 11:20 am #

    I typically like to climb my problems on my second to last try. It’s very satisfying to put in a post send burn where I intentionally fall.

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