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Welcome to our New Staff!

The IFSC welcomes Silvia Verdolini, who is joining the Sport Department as Sport Officer. Under the direction of the Sport Director and with the help of the IFSC Technical Commissions, she will coordinate and oversee the different Sport programmes (regulations changes and improvements, consultative groups, etc.).

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5 medals for Japan in Youth B Bouldering

As the rain let up and the teperatures dropped the Bouldering mats welcomed the finalists of Youth B tonight. The conditions seemed perfect for Team Japan who managed to secure five of the six spots on the podium.

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Youth A Race up the Speed Wall

The athletes from Youth A provided the audience with the first taste of speed for the Youth World Championships as the youngsters launched themselves up the 15 meter high wall.  Competition was delayed as nearly 200 climbers attacked the distinctive red route in the hopes of speeding their way to the podium.

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President Scolaris Declares Innsbruck Open

On Wednesday night, roughly one thousand athletes and spectators assembled at the outdoor area of the Kletterzentrum Innsbruck to attend the opening ceremony of the IFSC Youth World Championships.

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Watch Innsbruck YWCH LIVE


With 1172 athletes registered and running over eleven days, the Innsbruck Youth World Championships are the biggest event in the 2017 calendar. There are several ways in which fans at home can follow all of the action, as the competition will be streamed and broadcasted around the globe.

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Hard Fought Returns to the Top at Arco

Veteran Lead athletes Jain Kim and Jakob Schubert won their first gold medal of the season at IFSC World Cup Arco, and Speed standouts Vladislav Deulin and Anouck Jaubert returned to the top of the podium.

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Olympic Channel One-Year Old

On the 21st of August, the Olympic Channel celebrated its one-year anniversary. Launched at the conclusion of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the channel has helped display the best of sport. In one year, the Channel can be proud of more than 6,000 videos representing all Olympic sport disciplines and 206 countries, 30 original series, partnerships with 54 international sport federations and organizations and availability in 11 languages.

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