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    Sport Climbing's Olympic debut at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020  will feature all three disciplines, Speed, Lead and Boulder into one Combined event. But what exactly is the Combined format?

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TOKYO 2020 CONFIRMED QUALIFIED ATHLETES

As of  02.03.2020. Please note this list is not seeded. 

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 1 GARNBRET  Janja SLO     1 NARASAKI Tomoa JPN
 2 NOGUCHI Akiyo JPN   2 SCHUBERT Jakob AUT
 3 COXSEY Shauna GBR 3 KHAIBULLIN Rishat KAZ
 4 MIROSLAW Aleksandra   POL   4 HARADA Kai JPN
 5 NONAKA Miho JPN 5 MAWEM Mickael FRA
 6 KLINGLER Petra SUI   6 MEGOS  Alexander GER
 7 RABOUTOU  Brooke USA 7 FOSSALI Ludovico ITA
8 PILZ Jessica AUT   8 MCCOLL Sean CAN
9 CHANOURDIE Julia FRA   9 ONDRA Adam CZE
10 KRAMPL Mia SLO   10 MAWEM Bassa FRA
11 KAPLINA Iuliia RUS   11 HOJER Jan GER
12 CONDIE Kyra USA   12 PAN YuFei CHN
13 ROGORA Laura ITA   13 GINÉS LÓPEZ Alberto ESP
14 SONG YiLing CHN   14 COLEMAN Nathaniel USA
15 YIP Alannah CAN   15 DUFFY Colin USA

Ranking

IFSC LEAD WORLD CUP 19

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IFSC BOULDER WORLD CUP 19

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IFSC SPEED WORLD CUP 19

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PARACLIMBING 19

LATEST RESULTS

IFSC COMBINED RESULTS

IFSC COMBINED QUALIFIER 2019

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IFSC COMBINED WORLD CUP 2019

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IFSC WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS HACHIOJI 2019

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LATEST NEWS

  • Back to Hope - Set the Dates of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad

    Back to Hope - Set the Dates of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad

    “It was a hectic week-end, but it was worth it. Today, together with the Presidents of the other 32 International Federations, we unanimously approved the dates of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad: July 23rd through August 8th, 2021” announced IFSC President Marco Scolaris. “After many days I finally see a smile back on the IOC President and my colleagues. Now we have the dates, we have the Olympics: source of inspiration and hope for the battle, which is far from being over, yet.”

    The approved decision has had the full support of Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee, the Japanese Government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

    The IFSC is pleased by the way the IOC handled this delicate situation. A considerable amount of time was dedicated to open and profitable discussions with all the parties involved, ultimately sharing all the key decisions with them. Finally all the IFs spoke up with one voice.

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing strongly believes that this decision was taken in the best interest of the athletes, also contributing to the containment of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak.

    At the end of last week it was confirmed that all the athletes that previously qualified for Tokyo 2020 will maintain their status, and that the Olympics will still be contested under their original name: Games of the XXXII Olympiad.

    As of today, 30 Sport Climbing athletes qualified for Tokyo 2020 – 15 women and 15 men:

    Julia Chanourdie (FRA)  Nathaniel Coleman (USA)
    Kyra Condie (USA) Colin Duffy (USA)
    Shauna Coxsey (GBR) Ludovico Fossali (ITA)
    Janja Garnbret (SLO) Kai Harada (JPN)
    Iuliia Kaplina (RUS) Jan Hojer (GER)
    Petra Klingler (SUI) Rishat Khaibullin (KAZ)
    Mia Krampl (SLO) Alberto Gines Lopez (ESP)
    Aleksandra Miroslaw (POL) Bassa Mawem (FRA)
    Akiyo Noguchi (JPN) Mickael Mawem (FRA)
    Miho Nonaka (JPN) Sean McColl (CAN)
    Jessica Pilz (AUT) Alexander Megos (GER)
    Brooke Raboutou (USA) Tomoa Narasaki (JPN)
    Laaura Rogora (ITA) Adam Ondra (CZE)
    YiLing Song (CHN) YuFei Pan (CHN)
    Alannah Yip (CAN) Jakob Schubert (AUT)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    These 30 athletes were all confirmed by their respective National Olympic Committees, and many of them also participated in the conference call with the IFSC President last Friday.

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing, will work hard to do its part in holding the outbreak of the COVID-19 and overcoming the pandemic that is affecting our world. Moreover, the IFSC would like to extend a message to the whole Sport Climbing community around the world: stay safe, stay at home and follow the instruction given by the World Health Organization.

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  • April6: Not Just a Day, But a Lifestyle

    April6: Not Just a Day, But a Lifestyle

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing has long been greatly supportive of programmes regarding education, social inclusion, gender equality, and environmental protection.

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  • IFSC Holds Teleconference with Olympic Qualified Athletes to Confirm Their Status

    IFSC Holds Teleconference with Olympic Qualified Athletes to Confirm Their Status

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing held a teleconference on March 27 at 2:00 pm (UTC+1:00), welcoming 15 of its Olympic qualified athletes.

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  • IFSC Holds Teleconference With Board, Officials, Staff and Member Federations, Supports IOC Decision

    IFSC Holds Teleconference With Board, Officials, Staff and Member Federations, Supports IOC Decision

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing held a teleconference today at 1:00 pm (UTC+1:00), welcoming many of its National Federations, along with officials and members of the IFSC Executive Board and IFSC Staff.

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  • Health and Safety Paramount as IOC Executive Board Agrees to Step up Scenario Planning for Tokyo 2020

    Health and Safety Paramount as IOC Executive Board Agrees to Step up Scenario Planning for Tokyo 2020

    To safeguard the health of all involved and to contribute to the containment of COVID-19, the Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee announced that the IOC will step up its scenario-planning for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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  • IFSC Executive Board Met in Teleconference

    IFSC Executive Board Met in Teleconference

    The IFSC Executive Board met today in teleconference at 1:00 pm (UTC+1:00).

    At the beginning of the meeting, IFSC President Marco Scolaris reported on the conference call he attended along with IOC President Thomas Bach, the presidents of all the Summer Olympic Federations and the ASOIF. In the call, the IOC addressed the current global situation and confirmed the commitment to have the 2020 Olympic Games starting on July 24.

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  • Communique from the International Olympic Committee regarding the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

    Communique from the International Olympic Committee regarding the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

    Preamble

    Today, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) continued its consultations with all the stakeholders of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

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  • Update on IFSC competitions

    Update on IFSC competitions

    News updated on March 27 - The International Federation of Sport Climbing, together with the IFSC Continental Councils and in agreement with the National Federations and the Local Organising Committees of the competitions affected by the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus, took some strategic decisions concerning the calendar of the upcoming months.

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  • Olympic Flame sparks Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 to Life

    Olympic Flame sparks Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 to Life

    Hope is now lighting Tokyo 2020’s way as the Olympic flame was lit today in front of the ruins of the Temple of Hera in Ancient Olympia. From the rays of the Greek sun to the Cauldron of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium, the Olympic flame will send a message of peace and hope to the world and will unite the host nation with emotion.

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  • Official Statement from the International Federation of Sport Climbing, IFSC Europe and IFSC Asia

    Official Statement from the International Federation of Sport Climbing, IFSC Europe and IFSC Asia

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing is constantly and thoroughly monitoring the situation caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19, which has now spread in many countries across the five continents.

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  • IFSC Executive Board Confirms Postponed Date of 2020 Plenary Assembly During Monthly Teleconference

    IFSC Executive Board Confirms Postponed Date of 2020 Plenary Assembly During Monthly Teleconference

    Following the first Sport Climbing event of the 2020 season last weekend in Los Angeles, USA, the IFSC Executive Board this afternoon came together for their monthly teleconference to review key developments within the sport. One major topic discussed was the XV IFSC Plenary Assembly, which has been postponed as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.

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  • IFSC Official Sport Equipment Catalogue: Applications Open for 2020 Holds, Macros and Volumes

    IFSC Official Sport Equipment Catalogue: Applications Open for 2020 Holds, Macros and Volumes

    The IFSC is calling for holds, macros and volumes providers/brands to apply for the 2020 IFSC Official Sport Equipment Catalogue.

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