Sport Climbing

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  • Disbelief

    In the Canadian Rockies Adam attempts Fight Club (5.15b) in a day, and gets obsessed with an unclimbed project, Disbelief (5.15b), that could be the hardest vertical rock climb in the world.

  • Action Directe

    French powerhouse Melissa Le Nevé spends seven years battling insane moves, inner doubt, and the burden of history to climb Action Directe (5.14d), one of the most revered sport routes on earth.

  • First Round First Minute

    Chris Sharma lays down 5.15 first ascents and has an epic battle with a Spanish mega-project.

  • Ethan Pringle Jumbo Love

    Ethan Pringle spends years attempting his hardest climb, a repeat of Chris Sharma's iconic Jumbo Love (5.15b)

  • Age of Ondra

    Adam Ondra establishes Silence (5.15d), before attempting to be the first person to on-site 5.15. This is a rare, intimate journey with one of the greatest athletes at the peak of his powers.

  • Yangshuo

    An exploration of the limestone towers of Yangshuo, China with French climbers Michael Fuselier and Axel Ballay.

  • Adam Ondra 5.15 Flash

  • Chris Sharma First Ascent

  • Break on Through

    In her quest to become the first woman to climb 5.15, Margo Hayes, a little known 19-year-old from Colorado, moves to Europe to battle La Rambla and Realization.

  • Realization

    In summer, 2001, Chris Sharma returned to Ceuse to wrap up unfinished business, making the historic first ascent of Realization, the world's first consensus 5.15.

  • James Pearson

    James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini send fantasy routes at 13,000 feet in Borneo, and more.

  • Es Pontas

    A raw edit of Chris Sharma's historic ascent of Es Pontas, the iconic arch in the Mediterranean Sea.

  • King Lines

    Follow Chris Sharma on his ultimate global quest to redefine the possible in the vertical world. Includes his first ascent of Es Pontas, the iconic arch over the Mediterranean Sea.

  • Adam Ondra and Chris Sharma go big on Spanish limestone.

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  • La Dura Dura

    Chris Sharma, the "king" of sport climbing battles with Czech wunderkind, Adam Ondra, to make the first ascent of the world's most difficult climb.

  • La Dura Complete

    Pure and simple, this is the real footage of Adam Ondra and Chris Sharma making the first and second ascents of the hardest route in the world, La Dura Dura. If you want to get psyched to yank hard, watch this film.

  • Young Guns

    15-year-old Ashima Shiraishi and 16-year-old Kai Lightner are the leaders of the next generation. A trip to Norway puts their skills to the test, and Ashima attempts to make history on a V15 boulder in Japan - the first of its grade by a woman.

  • Jumbo Love

    Chris Sharma returns to Clark Mountain to complete Jumbo Love, the world's first 5.15b.

  • Rumney

    Dave Graham, Luke Parady, and Joe Kinder demonstrate the funky angles and powerful moves that have made Rumney, NH the East Coast's premiere sport climbing destination. Featuring Livin' Astro (5.14c), China Beach (5.14b), Mr. Gerbik (5.13d), and Barracuda (5.13b).

  • Unfinished Business

    In September, 2000, Chris Sharma went to Ceuse, France to try a legendary project known as Biographie. It had been bolted years before, but never climbed. Sharma came agonizingly close but left without completing it, maintaining a healthy outlook on failure and vowing to return...

  • Dreamcatcher

    In September 2005, Chris Sharma made the first ascent of Dreamcatcher (5.14d) in Squamish, B.C. Dreamcatcher is one of the hardest routes in North America, and it represents the current progression of today's strongest boulderers bringing their dynamic, powerful movement to bear on a new generati...

  • The Impossible Climb

    Sharma discovers the limestone of Clark Mountain where he envisions Jumbo Love (5.15b)-- what will become his latest king line, and the first of its grade. Training for months, enduring hundred-foot falls, Sharma is pushed to his absolute limit.

  • The Insiders

    A delight of visual inspiration to pull plastic. With Ashima Shiraishi, Sasha DIgiulian, Paul Robinson, Vadim Vinokur and Chris Daniels.