The “PhysiVāntage 3” Competing in the 2024 Olympics!

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PhysiVantage Pros Natalia Grossman, Alex Megos, and Yannick Flohé are heading to the Paris Games

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The 2024 Olympics Qualifying process has come to an exciting conclusion, and PhysiVāntage Nutrition is proud to announce that three of our pro team members will be competing in Paris!

PhysiVāntage climbers Alex Megos and Yannick Flohé (both of Team Germany), accumulated enough points to become Olympic-qualified by the end of the semi-final round in Budapest. The Budapest competition results were combined with the results from May’s Shanghai Qualifier to determine the final spots for the Paris Games.

Rounding out the PhysiVāntage presence in Paris is Natalia Grossman (Team USA). She did not need to compete in the recent qualifying events, since her win at November’s Pan Am Games got her an early ticket to Paris.

Only 20 men and 20 women will compete in Paris – this time the format being a combined Sport Climbing and Bouldering medal event. Another 14 men and 14 women are qualified for the stand-alone Speed Climbing medal event.

Other Americans who earned a ticket to the Paris Games include Brooke Raboutou, Jesse Grupper, and Colin Duffy. Completing the American team are speed climbers Emma Hunt and Samuel Watson.

The Olympic Games officially run from July 26 – August 11, however, the climbing action takes place between August 5 – 10th. Other big names competing in the men’s division include Adam Ondra (CZE), Jakob Schubert (AUT), Sasha Lehmann (SUI), Sorato Anraku (JPN), Tomoa Narasaki (JPN), and defending Gold Medalist Alberto Ginés López (ESP). Top women who will be challenging Brooke and Natalia, include Jessica Pilz (AUT), Ai Mori (JPN), Oriane Bertone (FRA), Miho Nonaka (JPN), Seo Chae-hyun (KOR), and defending Gold Medalist Janja Garnbret (SLO). (View full list of qualified climbers >> )

It promises to be six days of epic competition climbing — mark your calendars to watch the “PhysiVāntage 3”!

These three Olympic-bound athletes use PhysiVāntage Nutrition to support their training and climbing performance. Some of their favorite products include Sendure-X, Supercharged Collagen, Powerplex (plant-based protein), FLOW, and Weapons Grade Whey (protein). Learn more about PhysiVāntage Nutrition at

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