Anna St?hr

Toronto 2014 - Finals

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With 2013 Toronto winners, Austria’s Anna St?hr and Kilian Fischhuber, missing the finals by a few spots, this year’s finals promised to be suspenseful, and it did not disappoint. On the men’s side, Guillaume Glairon Mondet of France topped the podium with three tops, and Germany’s Jan Hojer was right behind him with only one more attempt for his three tops. Rounding out the podium was Canada’s Sean McColl with two tops, securing bronze in front of his home crowd. New to the finals this week was Korea’s Jongwon Chon, who finished in 5th in a great showing.

Grindelwald 2014 - Women's Finals

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Grindelwald’s first IFSC World Cup, only the third stop in the whirlwind World Cup series, stood out by the record number of competitors (139 in total) and the quality of the route-setting, with tough problems and a variety of power, precision, and dynamic moves, allowing our climbers to truly battle.

Boulder Worldcup 2013 Munich: Review

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http://www.bergleben.de/klettern - Great victory for Rei Sugimoto from japan winning his first boulder world cup in his career. He won the world cup final in munich (germany), second place went to thomas tauporn, third was rustam gelmanov from russia. Dmitrii Sharafutdinov won the boulder world cup title 2013. Anna St?hr from austria won the girls competition. She succeeded in seven of eight world cup events in 2013. Second: Alex Puccio (USA). Third: Shauna Coxsey. Here is the review!

Music: Dirty Bass (James Egbert Remix)

Boulder World Cup 2013 report - Millau, France

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Anna St?hr and Kilian Fischhuber are the winners of this second IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Millau, France! Only in the finals Austria's top boulderers racked up their victories in a more than thrilling competition.

Boulder World Cup Finals 2012 in Munich - Women

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bergleben.de/klettern/1241--weltcup_bouldern.html - Akiyo Noguchi won the world cup final in munich ahead of Anna St?hr and Juliane Wurm. Anna won the 2012 World Cup, it?s her third win after 2008 and 2011. Akiyo won the series 2009 and 2010. She flashed all four final boulder problems while Anna needed one try more and Juliane two tries. 6000 visitors in the olympic park in munich saw an epic competition. This our clip of the event.

Boulder World Cup 2012 report - Innsbruck

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The Austrian iron couple, Anna St?hr and Kilian Fischhuber, got a awesome victory in front of their crowd in Innsbruck. In an enthusiastic sold out Marketplatz, the podium was completed by Shauna Coxsey (GBR) and Melissa Le Neve (FRA), and, in the men, by Rustam Gelmanov (RUS) and Sean McColl (CAN).
As a result of this success, Anna Stohr takes the lead (2 points on Noguchi) in the World Cup Ranking, while Rustam Gelmanov is solidly at the top of the men's, 100 points ahead of Fischhuber.

The Scene Official Trailer

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Synopsis

From the director of PURE and CORE, get ready to infiltrate four of the biggest scenes in the world of climbing.

What makes a city a climbing mecca? The Scene takes a comprehensive look into four major epicenters of hard climbing and training, and the characters who define them by their relentless commitment to the sport. Featuring groundbreaking first ascents in bouldering, trad, and sport climbing, including Chris Sharma's Fight or Flight (5.15b) in Oliana, Spain, The Scene is no fluff - just serious rock climbing.

Mammut Teamtrip Urban Climbing

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Mammut gone astray. The Urban Climbing team trip led the athletes Stephan Siegrist, David Lama, Christina Schmid, Anna St?hr, Barbara Bacher and Magnus Midtb? onto unchartered territory for once -- the city. From Italy to Austria to Switzerland, the climbers followed their unchanging mission of bringing the mountains to the city.

Mammut Teamtrip Peak District 2010

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Full steam ahead! The 2010 team trip is taking the Mammut athletes Anna St?hr, Alex Johnson, David Lama, C?deric Lachat, Magnus Midtboe and Jakob Schubert to Sheffield in the north of England. The raw gritstone blocks and puritanical climbing etiquette of the legendary Peak District offer an attractive prospect. Cordless drills have no place in the Peak District, which has a clean climbing ethic.

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