Megos strikes in Allgäu

Friday, 29 May

Alex Megos, who has qualiefied to Tokyo 2021, reports on Insta that he has spent five days in Allgäu having done seven routes 8c and harder including X-Hale 9a, Iron Dome 9a and Kreuzigung 8c+/9a. (c) Jenya Kazbekova

How could you train during lockdown and how has it been climbing after the lockdown? Really enjoying climbing outside at the moment. There were a few options for me to train during lockdown. The German alpine club had a deal with most gyms so national team members could still train most of the period. I do as well have a fingerboard at home so I was sorted. Going to Allgäu was my first trip since the pre lockdown trip to Sheffield for the CWIF.

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