ARCO ROCK LEGENDS HALL OF FAME

Salewa Rock Award

  • Josune Bereziartu (2006)
  • Patxi Usobiaga (2007)
  • Adam Ondra (2008)
  • Chris Sharma (2009)
  • Adam Ondra (2010)
  • Adam Ondra (2011)
  • Sasha DiGiulian (2012)
  • Adam Ondra (2013)

La Sportiva Competition Award

  • Angela Eiter (2006)
  • David Lama (2007)
  • Maja Vidmar (2008)
  • Kilian Fischhuber (2009)
  • Akiyo Noguchi (2010)
  • Ramon Julien Puigblanque (2011)
  • Anna Stöhr (2012)
  • Mina Markovic (2013)

INTERNATIONAL JURY 2014

President: Giorgio Balducci (regista RAI)
International magazines: Montana (CZE), Desnivel (ESP), Klettern (GER), UP Climbing (ITA), Montagne 360° (ITA), Meridiani Montagne (ITA), Risk (RUS), Man and Mountain (KOR), Gory (POL), The Circuit (INT)

SALEWA ROCK AWARD 2014 NOMINATIONS
(in alphabetical order)

Period: June 2013 – May 2014

Alexander Megos – Germany

After last year's 9a onsight, Megos certainly didn't glued to the sofa. On the contrary, the stopwatch has become the new yardstick to measure his achievements, with 9a+ repeats in less than 2 hours. More impressive though, he has begun to make first ascents at breakneck speed.

Adam Ondra – Czech Republic
Ondra is out to get everything. This year he freed three 9b's and one 9b+ (the third 9b+ in the world, all his) and, as the only person in the world, he onsights two 9a's. To date he has climbed almost 100 9a's or harder, an astounding record. Unsurprisingly he has already won the Arco Rock Legends Awards four times.

Muriel Sarkany – Belgium
Just one route, but what a line! After injuring her wrist and a long lay off, the strong Belgian – known for her thousand victorious competition battles – travelled to the Gorges du Loup to win the fight against a 9a. Another historic feat, for her personal curriculum but also for female climbing

LA SPORTIVA COMPETITION AWARD 2014 NOMINATIONS
(in alphabetical order)

Period: competition season 2013

Sachi Amma – Japan
For the second year running the Japanese has proven that he's the man to beat in Lead competitions. But he's also a force to be reckoned with in bouldering, too, as can be seen from his 3rd place in the Combined ranking

Urko Carmona Barandiaran – Spain

The Spaniard is the man to measure against, and he confirmed this not only this season, but also in 2012 when he won the World Championship. Determination and a smile are his hallmarks, in competitions and elsewhere.

Dmitrii Sharafutdinov – Russia
After years of trying the ace Russian, three times Bouldering World Champion, finally wins his first Bouldering World Cup. Another dream come true.