Climbing

La Sportiva meets James Pearson for a new episode of the “Strange Heroes” series


For all the fans of the "Strange Heroes" miniseries, a new must-see episode is around the corner. To inaugurate this return on the screens, James Pearson will take over the scene, ready to share with us how change and the passage of time could be the perfect springboard for discovering and breaking our limits.

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Climbing

The Olympic calls are celebrated in Japan at the La Sportiva “Climb Tokyo”


Following the IFSC World Climbing Championships held in Hachioji, Japan, from the 11th to 21st of August, 7 of the 20 available places for Olympic qualification were awarded. Schubert, Fossali, Klingler, Noguchi and Raboutou are now looking forward to Tokyo2020.

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Mountain Running®

Kristina Pattison - 5 Do's & Don'ts of Race Week


After a year-long hiatus from races, American based runner Kristina Pattison gives a refresher on race week do's and don'ts

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Climbing

Roger Schaeli and Stephan Siegrist establish Silberrücken up Jungfrau in Switzerland


Swiss alpinists Stephan Siegrist and Roger Schaeli have made the first ascent of Silberrücken up Rotbrätt on the West Face of Jungfrau. With difficulties up to 8a+, all pitches have been freed individually

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Climbing

Jorg Verhoeven: Does projecting come with age?


La Sportiva ambassador Jorg Verhoeven talks about the art of projecting and how the approach to new challenges evolve with age.

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Mountain Running®

Michele Graglia about running "Beyond the Ultra"


Michele Graglia, winner of some of the most challenging ultr marathons on earth as the Badwater Ultramarathon in the Death Valley and the Yukon Artic 100, shares some advice about how to keep the motivation high while running over long distances

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