Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson (c) Archiv Robinson

Ausschlafen, "PC-Stunde", Frühstücken, Bouldern bis in die Abenddämmerung hinein, Chillen, Essen und ... REPEAT! So seit Jahren an den meisten Tagen des Jahres der "ausgeglichen glücklich machende" Life-Style DES Amerikaners, der die jüngste Sportkletterdisziplin, das Bouldern, wie kaum ein anderer prägte.

On The Road With Paul Robinson In South Africa (c) prAna

After 6 trips and more than a year spent in South Africa, prAna Ambassador Paul Robinson finds himself looking further and further off the beaten path in search of new rock. Follow along as Paul Robinson finds an area that yields more than he could have ever imagined.

The 22nd Hueco Rock Rodeo

The 22nd Hueco Rock Rodeo hosted by the American Alpine Club and presented by Petzl and Five Ten was another great year! Thanks to Mind Frame Cinema for capturing these world class boulderers doing what they do best! Watch, Enjoy, Share!!!

The Thrill of Brazil Ep. 1

The Thrill Of Brazil: After meeting US climber Paul Robinson five years ago during a visit to Colorado, Brazilian local Felipe Camargo has been desperate to show Paul the climbing in his native country. After years of nagging/gentle reminders, Paul is finally in Brazil and straight out of the gate, things are looking good for a successful trip.

[VIDEO] Generations: Fred Nicole

Fred Nicole, Paul Robinson and Jimmy Webb share a day of climbing in Hueco and talk about the early years of bouldering. Fred was a pioneer of many of the steepest, most desperate boulder problems on the planet. Paul and Jimmy honor his achievements and talk about the future of the sport.

[VIDEO] Daniel Woods RAGE Sends a New V15 Highball in Mexico | Viva Peñoles

In the dramatic conclusion to the Viva Peñoles series Daniel Woods climbs the 'omega king line' of the boulder of his dreams/nightmares in the beautiful but foreboding Mexican desert. After Jimmy Webb spots the overhung, highball problem, it claims a casualty when Dave Graham pops his tendon on it.

[VIDEO] This Boulder Is Like Something from Mars. Its Problems Are Even Crazier | Viva Peñoles

As the crew digs deep into the Peñoles landscape to uncover the area's true potential for hard bouldering, one boulder in particular captures the crew's attention. It's a massive monolith that looks like it fell out of the sky and oooh, mama, does it have some hard lines on it. Meanwhile Daniel Woods sends one of the hardest problems of the trip, 'El Lado Activo Del Infinito' (V14 8B+).

[VIDEO] The Bouldering Dream Team Discovers Amazing New Problems in Mexico | Viva Peñoles

In this episode the bouldering dream team continues to deliver by taking down many of the hard, established boulders and putting up some of their own in Peñoles, Mexico. Shawn Raboutou, a kid crusher who tagged along with the crew, gets his first FA and tackles a highball V12 called 'Señor de Cielos'. Daniel Woods continues his tear by flashing a testpiece V12 named 'Palabras', and Paul Robinson puts up a new V12 called the Prince.

[VIDEO] Daniel Woods

In this episode, the team adjusts to the harsh conditions of desert life and tackle their hardest bouldering ascents yet. Dave Graham repeats an overhanging face problem known as Corona Sin Ray v13 (8B), Jimmy figures out some wild moves to send Zugwang, V13 (8B), and Daniel nabs the second ascent of Markame V14 (8B+).

[VIDEO] You Won't Believe How Cool (or How Hard) These Boulder Problems Are | Viva Peñoles

A dream-team of Americas strongest boulderers, including Jimmy Webb, Daniel Woods, Dave Graham, Paul Robinson, and Shawn Raboutou, has traveled to the hidden boulder fields of Peñoles, Mexico with the goal of repeating test-pieces and establishing the hardest climbs in the Chihuahua desert. Now settled in, the team explores the landscape and repeats some of the areas classic lines included Hungry Ghost (V11, 8A), Fumanchu (V11, 8A) and Herencia Del Fuego (V12/13, 8A+/B).

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Jakob Schubert auf dem Weg zu seinem ersten Weltcup-Sieg 2017 (c) KVÖ/Heiko Wilhelm

In der Wiege des Wettkampfkletterns schlugen die österreichischen Kletter-Asse im Leadweltcup zu: Jakob Schubert eroberte vor dem tschechischen Spitzenkletterer Adam Ondra in Arco seinen ersten Weltcupsieg in dieser Saison.