After her incredible performance in the final round of the 2015 Bouldering World Cup, Shauna Coxsey hit the road (or more accurately the air) as she travelled to Rocklands, South Africa. She had big plans in mind, but her long-standing finger injury proved to be a limiting factor. Climbing isn't always about physical progression however and Shauna used her time in Rocklands to unwind with friends and reflect on her progression as an athlete. She also cranked out a send of the Rocklands über-classic 'The Rhino' (7B+) which isn't too bad going for someone with a dodgy finger!
Shauna Coxsey Rediscovers The Fun Side Of Climbing In Rocklands
One of the most successful athletes on the competition circuit, Shauna Coxsey, takes us along for the ride as she trains competes and crushes outside. We take a look inside her carefully regimented training regime, go backstage with her at the final round of the bouldering World Cup in Munich and join her as she winds down on the blocs of her native UK.
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