SUBSCRIBE THE NEWSLETTER AND GET FREE SHIPPING ON YOUR FIRST ORDER AND STAY INFORMED
WHO WE ARE
La Sportiva 90th Anniversary Storytelling
Free shipping to Europe for all orders above € 180 (or equivalent).
La Sportiva represented by its athletes on the podiums of Arco. Adam Ondra and Julia Chanourdie winners in the duel, Jakob Schubert and Jain Kim, conqueer the gold medal in the IFSC World Cup Lead stage.
Another Rock Master Festival has turned to the end, with 4 days of highest-level- competitions and the best champions of our times giving their best, in the amazing location of Garda Trentino. Arco continues to attract the most elite athletes in sport climbing. In a competitive field, athletes worked hard for a spot on the podium at the fourth IFSC World Cup of the Lead and the Rock Master festival competition.
The women’s Lead final was defined by a challenging technical line of volumes midway, followed by consecutive dynamic moves. Anne-Sophie Koller of Switzerland was first to complete the crux moves and push into the concluding section. Korean Jain Kim later matched the high point, displaying her smooth style of climbing shown all season. 2017 stars Anak Verhoeven and Janja Garnbret finished the round. Verhoeven stalled at the first dyno and placed 6th, and Garnbret fell at the second dyno for third place, ending her winning streak at three consecutive IFSC Lead World Cup wins. With her victory at Arco and third podium, Kim moved into second place in the season rankings behind Garnbret. Koller, the runner-up, won the first medal of her IFSC World Cup career.
In the men’s final, numerous slopers required open-hand power and efficient footwork of the eight finalists. Austrian Jakob Schubert wowed the crowd by fighting past the previous high point and battling the volcano holds on the roof before the upper panel. His teammate Max Rudigier also pushed into the overhanging section, falling just one move shy of Schubert’s mark. Once again two titans of sport climbing concluded the final round, with Adam Ondra of the Czech Republic and German Alexander Megos last to climb. Ondra fought the pump to match Rudigier’s score, and Megos fell early at a lower dyno. Schubert won his first Gold medal since 2014, and Ondra placed second on countback to qualifications.
Same protagonists fight for the exclusive competition formula ‘invented’ at Arco that even this year has become the final fixture of the Festival. Competing against each other on two difficult, identical and parallel routes, Jakob Schubert and Adam Ondra has been (again) the finalists of the Duel 2017. Tactics, determination, control and explosive desire to take to the wire, to the very last hold, resulted in the Ondra's victory with a rush on the great wall of the Rock Master Climbing Stadium!
After a first round of qualifications and a series of direct elimination rounds, French team's Julia Chanourdie and Janja Garnbret faced the last one for the female Duel title. The Slovenian, like others before her, had some problems on the roof in the final part of the route, letting the La Spo ambassador Julia, reaching the top as first. In third place, Molly Thompson-Smith beats Belgian in the final Anak Verhoeven ranked fourth.
Comano Ursus Extreme Trail: al secondo dei tre appuntamenti siglati CUET, vincono Romeri e Gionghi nella 58km, Trenti e Scanziani nella 34.
Rock Master 2018: questo weekend il meglio dell'arrampicata si sposta ad Arco assieme a La Sportiva
Browsing from one of these Countries?
Accept and Continue
Cookies are small text files that contain information about your visit to our website and are stored on your computer or any other device able to browse the internet, for example a smartphone or tablet.
We use these cookies to make browsing our site easier, to show you content that is relevant to your needs and interests and to help us speed up your future visits and activities on our website. The cookies assist and simplify the interaction between the user and the site and allow the site to remember your preferences and individual activity, thus saving time and contributing to easier and more efficient browsing. Cookies memorise information about your visit online (for example; language, number of visits and dimensions of text) and aid the implementation of various services (user registration, contents of your shopping cart, subscription to newsletters or updates on products, etc.).
Cookies are also employed to create anonymous group statistics that let us analyse how visitors use our site, allowing us to improve the structure, content and services of this site.
Any services present that do not offer complete anonymity will be found in the third-party cookies list and you may deny them consent, safeguarding your privacy.
This site makes use of three different types of cookies:
These cookies ensure that the site works in a correct and fluid manner: they allow you to navigate between pages, share content, they memorise your sign-in credentials making access to the site faster and they keep your preferences and credentials active during browsing and purchasing. Without these cookies we would be unable to provide the services which motivate the user to access this site.
2. Statistical cookies
These cookies help us understand how our users browse the site and navigate the online store so that we may assess and improve its performance and create content that best matches our visitors' preferences. For example, these cookies show us which are the most and least visited pages, how many people access the site, how long is spent on the site by most users and how they find us online. With this information we can find out which are the best features and which could be improved, while ensuring that site content is uploaded quickly and displayed appropriately. The information these cookies collect is anonymous and not associated with any of the user's personal data. These functions on our site are managed by third-party service providers who render the data anonymous and untraceable to any single individual.
These cookies are distributed by third parties and not directly controlled or under the control of Zerogrey. Zerogrey does not therefore accept liability regarding the use of any information collected by the owners of these third-party cookies.
The cookies provided by such third parties can offer advanced features as well as more information and personalisation. These include the ability to share content across social network platforms and to maintain a personalised online site experience on the basis of any preferences expressed on pages previously visited. These services are for the most part offered by external operators. If you browse using an account or if you use third-party services on other websites, these may be able to track a user who has visited our site. The use of the data collected by these external operators through cookies must adhere to the respective privacy policies that you will find on the link copied below. Third-party profiling cookies are identified by the names of their respective operators in the list indicated below which also contains the tools for managing or disabling them.
You can change the settings for downloaded cookies on your computer or mobile device through the appropriate feature on your browser. You may also block the installation of third-party cookies and remove previously installed cookies, including those that define your cookie preferences that you may have may have set here. To check or adjust the settings on your browser you need to consult the instruction manual or your browser's help window.
The instructions regarding cookies for the most widely-used browsers are available here
Chrome : https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en&p=cpn_cookies
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
Alternatively, to disable some or all cookies you can use the following tools.
Disabling our cookies may affect your browsing experience, diminish efficiency in accessing certain parts of the site and erase preferences for future visits to the site.
Remember to set the browser on your devices in a coherent manner so that each one may be adjusted to reflect your cookie preferences.
Further detailed information on cookie features and how to enable or disable them on most browsers is available online at www.aboutcookies.org or http://www.allaboutcookies.org/privacy-policy.htm. For in-depth information and assistance with cookies used for advertising purposes visit http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/