The International federation of Sport climbing has launched a new site on Weibo for our supporters in China. The IFSC weibo page has been created with our partners, Kailas and functions like our current facebook page to keep fans up to date with all the latest news from the IFSC and the climbing world. The site, which was developed as there is no access to American social media in China, already has hundreds of fans. You can sign up to IFSC weibo by clicking on the following link: www.weibo.com.
On May 25-26, 2013, will be held the European Youth Championship (Boulder) in Grindelwald, Switzerland. Do not miss this amazing event and watch the show Live on May 26th, 2013.
Sport Climbing action at the foot of the Nordkette, coming Friday 17th and Saturday 18th May.
Many of you have already watched live IFSC first World Cups on IFSC website. If you do not want to miss October Lead and Speed World Cups, please make a note of the new Asian competitions' dates in your diaries:
The next stage of the IFSC Bouldering World Cup will take place in SLOVENIA, Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th, May.
In a Bouldering final hard to beat on tension last year’s Overall Bouldering World Cup winner Anna Stöhr and reigning Lead world champion Jakob Schubert celebrated an Austrian happy ending in front of their home crowd at the Sports Park Kitzbühel yesterday.
Anna Stöhr and Kilian Fischhuber are the winners of the second IFSC Bouldering World Cup last Saturday in Millau, France! Only in the finals Austria’s top boulderers racked up their victories in a more than thrilling competition.
Every winter, hordes of fans flock to Kitzbuehel to watch the legendary Hahnenkamm Downhill ski race. In April 2013 the focus is shifting to climbing, when the international Bouldering elite is competing at the first IFSC Bouldering World Cup in the Tyrolean Alpine city.
Take part in the iSportconnect poll to ensure Sport Climbing finishes at the top and to have a chance to win a Kindle Fire!
The 2013 season’s first bouldering competition in Chongqing, China, offered no surprises on the winners’ podium with last year’s Overall Bouldering World Cup winner, Anna Stöhr, and reigning world champion, Dmitrii Sharafutdinov, clearly demonstrating their prowess in bouldering, while Aleksandra Rudzinska and Stanislav Kokorin climbed to gold in the speed climbing competition.
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