Adam Ondra : I found that it was difficult to train during the first weeks of lockdown. The fact that we hadn’t been told that the Olympics were to be postponed made it even harder to manage. However, I continued to train 5-6 hours per day as I normally do. I’m glad to fortunately have a little gym where I can train at home. In fact, all the gyms in my city were closed during lockdown. I spoke to a Spanish friend of mine who has been stuck in his apartment in Barcelona and hasn’t been able to train at all.
Adam Ondra : At the start I thought that the Olympics getting pushed back would mean I would have to continue practicing speed climbing for another year, and let’s just say that I wasn’t too keen on that. Then, I thought about it, and saw it rather
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