Sports Climber Sean Mccoll is a very happy breed of sport climber. The 29-year-old Canadian is a 4 time international federation of sport climbing world cup overall combined rankings champion. In short, he is as close to a hot favorite as you can get three years out from the Tokyo Summer Games 2020. Fans who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Sport Climbing in Olympic 2020 can get Olympic Sport Climbing Tickets online.
“It’s something I have been dreaming of my whole life said lead bouldering and speed specialist McColl who has already put the label future Olympian on the front page of his website. I love climbing competing for testing myself. I compete in almost every competition I can.”
This passionate affair with sport climbing started when McColl was just 10 years old. From the start he found himself drawn to all 3 disciplines in an era when the sport has been developing at an extraordinary pace and the vast majority of his peers chose to specialize the multifaceted McColl has always stood out from the crowd.
He said. “Preparations and therefore the stronger competitor I will be also I love traveling and getting on planes and seeing new cultures. I don’t mind eating different foods. I am much laid back if I get to a place and something has gone wrong I just think ‘this is how it is’ and I just get on with it.”
World Cup winner also relishes the chance to make up for any poor displays in one discipline with stellar results in another. But he is well aware that it takes a Herculean effort to excel in all three.
McColl said. “Speed climbing is my weakest of the three disciplines I don’t train in it as much. It is much closer to running than lead and bouldering so it is something I will have to focus on more and more in the lead-up to competitions that will serve as Olympic qualification.”
The almost unbelievably minuscule size of the handholds and footholds are very much part of the reason behind this need for practiced strength. And McColl is very hopeful that it is an element of the sport that will reach television viewers and live spectators alike in Tokyo Olympic 2020.
The handholds are as little as 1cm or 0.5cm and you have to move your body 90 to 120cm and the footholds are often terrible you can barely put your feet on them.
He said. “I am really hoping with technology with the cameras and maybe the interviews and the commentary people will be able to see that climbers make the moves look really easy but they are really not.”
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