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Adam Ondra: Road to Tokyo

Ondra has decided to give his all to indoor climbing in hopes of taking home the gold in Tokyo in 2020.

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Adam Ondra is arguably the best rock climber in the world. In the past, he’s also been dedicated to competition climbing—a format he has excelled in, with countless podiums and world championships—but recently his focus has been on the real stone.

However, with the competition scene entering the big stage during the 2020 Olympics, Ondra has decided to give everything to indoor climbing in hopes of taking home the gold. The first big test? Next week’s Innsbruck 2018 IFSC Climbing World Championships. Check out this video that documents Ondra’s recent training on the long road to Tokyo.


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