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End of the season !
Jeudi, 26 Novembre 2015 08:12

The 2015 Lead World Cup season is over and it's time to have some rest Wink. It was a long season and traveling, training, competing,... can be exhausting sometimes ! But I'm not complaining... I'm very happy about the fact I can travel that much, discover so many great people and cultures and get the chance to compete against climbers from all over the world. And also that I can live my passion ! 


I've already felt some improvement this year among the seniors as finals have been very close a couple of times but I generally felt stronger. But I still feel some weaknesses and I'm very excited to restart training soon so I can change those in strenghts ! 


Overall, I had a 14th place in the general ranking and that's my best place ever. I'm happy about my steadiness as well over the season. 


I want to thank all the people who support me and especially my trainer, coaches, family, friends and training partners !


What's next

Now I have to focus on University as some law exams are coming start of january. So no chance for rock climbing this winter ! After that I will enjoy a one week break before I start training again and hopefully I can plan some trips outdoors ! 


Enjoy the upcoming festive season ! :D


HomeTown Crusher episode
Dimanche, 15 Novembre 2015 08:01

Discover my Hometown Crusher episode ! EpicTV, in collaboration with Adidas Outdoor and Five Ten, has made a four part series where you discover the hometowns of four athletes and how they grew up in their city with their passion. 


My HomeTown is Brussels ! Click on the picture (link) below to see more about my life in Brussels and my daily climbing/student life !

Enjoy !




Big thank you to Adidas Outdoor and Five Ten who made this possible and to the great EpicTV crew I've had the chance to meet ! 

World Cup Imst 2015
Mardi, 04 Août 2015 09:59

The third stage of the 2015 Lead World Cup season took place in Imst / Austria. I know the place very well as I’ve been to Imst many times since I was about 10 years old. The wall suits me pretty well there and has often long endurance routes. I was very motivated to climb and curious about the routes.



                                     - The semi-final route ; Pic by The Circuit Climbing -


The qualification routes were quite technical but I really liked them. I climbed pretty high in both routes and got into semi-finals with a solid 9th place.


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Start of the season / Top-10 in Briançon
Lundi, 20 Juillet 2015 13:04

This year is my first year among the Adults circuit without being a Junior anymore and I'm very excited to see how this season will go !

I have to say I'm pretty happy about how it started and can't wait for the next competititons ! 


                                                       - Semi-final of Briançon / Pic by thecircuitclimbing - 

The 2015 Lead World Cup kicked off in the beautiful city of Chamonix in France. This first world cup of the year was also the European Championship. The first competition of the year is always special as you have to get the sensations back and you don't always know if you're in shape.

This year, we had the opportunity to discover a brand new wall on the "Mont Blanc place". The new wall is much steeper than before and needs a lot of power and pure resistance. I think it's great. 

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European bouldering championship 2015
Dimanche, 17 Mai 2015 17:04

Ce weekend avait lieu le championnat d’Europe de bloc à Innsbruck, en Autriche. C’était ma première compétition internationale officielle de l’année mais aussi la dernière de cette discipline…

Mon objectif sur ce championnat était de me donner à fond et de mesurer mon niveau de force avant la saison de difficulté. La conclusion est plutôt bonne : malgré un résultat assez moyen (51e), j’ai réussi deux blocs sur les cinq proposés et il ne me manquait pas grand chose pour en faire plus et changer la donne. Mais plus globalement, j’avais des bonnes sensations dans tous les blocs et je me sentais fort physiquement également…


This weekend took place the European bouldering Championship in Innsbruck/Austria. This was my first official international competiton of the year but also the last one in this discipline…

My goal for this championship was to go all in and to evaluate my global power level before the lead season starts. Well, the conclusion is pretty good : although the result isn’t that good (51st), I managed to top two of the five boulders and I felt I could do more which could have made a big change. But in general, I felt physically strong and had good sensations in all the boulders.

Now I can't wait the lead season to start and go back training. But first... some exams !

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