Ondra comments the quali


Tuesday, 3 August

Team Ondra has sent out a press release with some interesting comments from Adam: "Boulder has probably been the weirdest in recent times. Just after I finished the last boulder, I thought that I did not perform well and I would end up somewhere in the middle of the starting field. But in the end it was third place."

Here he comments on his Lead performance: "As I really wanted to be sure with every single step, I burned a lot of energy. You can't climb like that in such moisture and I am sure it is a good lesson for me for Thursday. I have to take more risks."

IFSC has published their male qualification report including comments by Adam Ondra. “It's a big step for Sport Climbing. In the world of the competition, it's been a big dream for years, and climbing deserves to be here as a sport. Unfortunately there's only one set of medals, but it will be a good stepping stone for the future where hopefully it will be all three single disciplines."

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