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October Executive Board Meeting Held

The monthly Executive Board meeting was held via Teleconference on October 19, 2017. Topics included an update on the progress regarding the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the goals for the future development of Paraclimbing.

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Stirling Defends Oceania Lead Title

The Oceania Continental Championships took place in Noumea, New Caledonia, on October 12-15. Australia stood on all but one podium and collected 10 medals in total, New Caledonia excelled in Speed and won 5 medals, and New Zeeland brought home 3 medals.

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Speed Finale in Xiamen

The China Tour concludes this weekend with the final Speed and penultimate Lead events of 2017 at IFSC World Cup Xiamen. Tune-in to the IFSC homepage on October 15 to watch the sport climbing!

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Job Opening: IFSC Communications Assistant

The IFSC is looking for a talented Communications Assistant to manage a variety of day-to-day tasks for the Marketing & Communications Department, as well as contribute to the organisation of IFSC events.

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Second Stage of the China Tour

The Speed season concludes this month and Lead champions may also be determined at the upcoming IFSC World Cup events in Wujiang and Xiamen, the second stage of the China Tour.

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IFSC at the International Paralympic Committee General Assembly

The IFSC was represented at the 18th General Assembly of the International Paralympic Committee on the 7th-8th of  September by IFSC Secretary General Debra Gawrych. This was the first time the IFSC was present at the General Assembly of the International Paralympic Committee since it received the status of “Recognised International Federation” in February 2017.

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China, Japan, Indonesia Medal in Tehran

The Asian Continental Championships took place in Tehran last month, and multiple IFSC World Cup athletes excelled. In the end, Japan won 10 medals, China and Indonesia won 3 medals, and Iran and Thailand each won 1 medal.

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