Join us in welcoming Sport Climbing and its game changers to the Olympic stage!
This Saturday, the 3rd edition of the Summer Youth Olympic Games opens in Buenos Aires, Argentina, welcoming to the Olympics the first ever Youth Olympians of Sport Climbing, game changers of the sport.
The IOC informed the IFSC shortly before the deadline for entries in September that another quota, 1 female athlete and 1 male athlete, is given to the Sport Climbing event at the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. The additional quota raises the number of qualified athletes to 21 female athletes and 21 male athletes.
The IFSC is pleased to welcome Daniel Torchia, who is joining the team as Paraclimbing Development Officer.
Two weeks after the conclusion of the IFSC World Championships, Lead world champions Jessica Pilz and Jakob Schubert (AUT), Combined world champions Janja Garnbret of Slovenia and Schubert and Bouldering world champion Kai Harada (JPN) head to Kranj, Slovenia, for the 5th Lead event of the 2018 IFSC World Cup season.
Even if you can’t make it to the Olympic parks and venues, you can get involved with the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018 by following the torch relay and using the official app.
With the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018 just around the corner, Olympic Channel invites viewers on a journey around the world in search of the Olympic champions of tomorrow in Heroes of the Future. The twelve-episode original series premiered worldwide on Monday, September 24th on the Olympic Channel global digital platform, and is available on-demand at olympicchannel.com and its mobile apps.
On September 19th, the IFSC Executive Board met to discuss ongoing projects and developments in the IFSC at its monthly teleconference.
IFSC World Championships Innsbruck 2018 reached audiences as never before due to numerous broadcasting deals secured by the IFSC.