Lead and Speed European climbers are heading to Chamonix for the IFSC European Championship 2013 on Thursday 11th, Friday 12th and Saturday 13th July.
The IFSC Speed World Cup Baku 2013 has ended with a scintillating final, with Iuliia KAPLINA of Russia setting a new world record of 8.05 seconds. Here are the results of the competition.
The IFSC is delighted to announce that sport in Bahrain is scaling new heights tonight as the first-ever demonstration of Speed Rock Climbing is taking place at the Al A’ali Shopping Complex.
A huge step forward for “paraclimbing’ has taken place after the USA climbing hosted the largest bouldering competition ever in the United States on June 9th, 2013.
Speed climbers are heading to Baku for the next IFSC Speed Climbing World Cup on Saturday 22nd June.
The IFSC Bouldering World Cup Vail 2013 just ended after thrilling Finals. Here are the results and the replays.
The Paraclimbing Cup in Baku (AZE) scheduled 23 June 2013 is cancelled. Please note that the first Paraclimbing event of the year, the European Paraclimbing Lead Championship, will be held in Chamonix (FRA) 9-14 July 2013.
Best climbers are flying to Vail (USA) for the next IFSC Bouldering World Cup on June 7-8.
Many of you supported our 2020 Dream in the last few weeks. Once again, we would like to thank you very much for your constant support throughout the bidding process.
The IFSC Bouldering World Cup in the Canadian province of Ontario turned out as a real “golden soil” for the Austrian climbing team: With her fifth win in 2013 highflyer Anna Stöhr cinched her overall World Cup victory already two competitions before the end of the season, while Kilian Fischhuber climbed to gold overseas!
We would like to inform German climbing fans that Youtube will open their Live platform to Germany next week. Until then, you will find a back-up solution on this website that allows you to watch Live IFSC World Cup Toronto 2013 this weekend.