For the first time this year, I have been given the opportunity to participate at Bouldering World Cups outside of Europe.

The first round took place in Toronto (Canada) a few days before the beginning of my university examinations. I was so tired and under stress because of my studies that I very badly climbed and ranked 33rd.

4 weeks later, my exams had just come to an end that I was traveling to Haiyang (China). Due to my lack of preparation, I went there without any particular ambition and I was surprised to finish 13th, my second best result to date in a world class senior competition.

The following week-end, I was again on the road, but this time to Längenfeld (Austria) for the first and only round of the European Bouldering Youth Cup 2015. 3 climbers of my category (Stasa Gejo, Jessica Pilz and myself) managed to top the 8 qualifying boulders. In the final, the fight between us for the title was very tight and we all flashed 3 of the 4 problems. I finished with the bronze, quite satisfied by this good start of my Junior season.

The next step will be next week in L'Argentière (France) for the European Junior Bouldering Championship.