Tomáš Mrázek

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Tomáš Mrázek
Personal information
Nationality Czech Republic
Born (1982-08-24) August 24, 1982 (age 38)
Brno
Height178 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Weight62 kg (137 lb)
Website www.tomasmrazek.cz
Climbing career
Type of climber Sport climbing
Highest grade
Sport
Retired2010
Updated on 13 May 2013.

Tomáš Mrázek (born August 24, 1982, in Brno) is a professional Czech rock climber specializing in lead climbing competitions. He won two World Championships, in 2003 [1] and 2005, [2] and one Lead World Cup, in 2004. [3]

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Biography

Tomáš started climbing on the rocks of Stránská skála near Brno in 1997. Only two years later, he could climb his first 8a and in the subsequent year managed to win the Czech Championship in lead climbing.

Tomáš has been keeping to win the Czech Championships annually.

Rankings

Climbing World Cup [11]

Discipline2000200120022003200420052006200720082009
Lead233261833216
Bouldering736942
Speed52
Combined13123

Climbing World Championships [12]

Discipline20012003200520072009
Lead211318

Number of medals in the World Cup

Lead

SeasonGoldSilverBronzeTotal
2000
200122
2002314
200322
20044419
2005
2006134
20072114
20081113
200911
Total1011829

Rock climbing

Redpointed routes

9a+  (5.15a):

9a  (5.14d):

Onsighted routes

8c  (5.14b):

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