• JAKOB SCHUBERT AND SEO CHAEHYUN ARE THE 2021 LEAD WORLD CHAMPIONS

    Olympic bronze medallist Jakob Schubert, of Austria, and fellow Olympian Seo Chaehyun, of South Korea, claimed gold medals in Lead in the finale of the 2021 IFSC World Championships in Moscow, Russia.

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  • FUJII TAKES TITLE FROM TEAMMATE NARASAKI IN MEN’S BOULDER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    Having won seven IFSC Boulder World Cup medals throughout his career so far, Japan’s Kokoro Fujii took the win in the men’s Boulder final, climbing atop the podium to claim his first World Championship medal.

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  • GROSSMAN SEES GOLD IN WOMEN’S BOULDER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    Topping all four problems in the women’s Boulder final, Natalia Grossman of the USA earned her ninth medal of the year after a stellar 2021 World Cup season – the first senior World Championship medal of her career, and a gold one at that.

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  • VICTORY FOR AUSTRIA, FRANCE, GREAT BRITAIN, ISRAEL, AND JAPAN IN MEN’S PARACLIMBING FINALS

    Seven men’s Paraclimbing finals took place in the 2021 edition of the IFSC Paraclimbing World Championships, with Team France and Team Japan each taking two gold medals, and further first places being awarded to Austria, Great Britain, and Israel.

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  • GREAT BRITAIN, BELGIUM, AND FRANCE CLAIM WOMEN’S PARACLIMBING WORLD TITLES IN MOSCOW

    Four women’s finals were contested during the 2021 IFSC Paraclimbing World Championships, with two trophies going to France, and Great Britain and Belgium securing one apiece.

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  • DANYIL BOLDYREV AND NATALIA KALUCKA ARE THE FASTEST CLIMBERS IN THE WORLD

    The 2021 IFSC World Championships in Moscow, Russia, crowned Danyil Boldyrev, of Ukraine, and Natalia Kalucka, of Poland, as the 2021 Speed World Champions.

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  • JAKOB SCHUBERT AND SEO CHAEHYUN ARE THE 2021 LEAD WORLD CHAMPIONS!

    JAKOB SCHUBERT AND SEO CHAEHYUN ARE THE 2021 LEAD WORLD CHAMPIONS!

    The IFSC Climbing World Championships Moscow 2021 came to a spectacular end tonight, at the Irina Viner-Usmanova Palace, where the men’s and women’s Lead finals closed the six-day competition. At the end of the medal ceremonies, IFSC President Marco Scolaris officially declared the championships closed, receiving the IFSC flag from the hands of CFR President Dmitriy Bychkov, and handing it to Switzerland’s representatives Kevin Hemund and Andrea Kümin.

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  • MCARTHUR AND SEO RANK FIRST IN MOSCOW LEAD SEMI-FINALS

    MCARTHUR AND SEO RANK FIRST IN MOSCOW LEAD SEMI-FINALS

    The penultimate round of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Championships was held at the Irina Viner-Usmanova Gymnastics Palace in Moscow, Russia, this morning. A total of 27 women and 26 men competed in Lead semi-finals, with Olympian Chaehyun Seo (17), of South Korea, and Hamish McArthur (19), of Great Britain, leading the way into tonight’s finals.

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  • SEO AND NARASAKI SCORE FIRST PLACE IN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD QUALIFICATIONS

    SEO AND NARASAKI SCORE FIRST PLACE IN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD QUALIFICATIONS

    The final stage of the 2021 International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Championships commenced in Moscow, Russia, today, where 167 athletes (70 women and 97 men) took to the walls to compete in Lead qualifications.

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  • IFSC BOULDER AND SPEED WORLD CUP IN SEOUL CANCELLED

    IFSC BOULDER AND SPEED WORLD CUP IN SEOUL CANCELLED

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) and the Korean Alpine Federation (KAF) are disappointed to announce that the IFSC Boulder and Speed World Cup scheduled in Seoul, South Korea, from 1 to 3 October 2021, has been cancelled.

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  • FUJII TAKES TITLE FROM TEAMMATE NARASAKI IN MEN’S BOULDER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    FUJII TAKES TITLE FROM TEAMMATE NARASAKI IN MEN’S BOULDER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    Boulder competitions concluded at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Championships this evening, with Team Japan taking two medals and Kokoro Fujii (28) earning the esteemed title of Boulder World Champion. Having won seven IFSC Boulder World Cup medals throughout his career so far, Fujii took the win in the men’s final tonight, climbing atop the podium to claim his first World Championship medal.

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  • GROSSMAN SEES GOLD IN WOMEN’S BOULDER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    GROSSMAN SEES GOLD IN WOMEN’S BOULDER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    The USA’s Natalia Grossman (20) claimed the title of Boulder World Champion at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Championships this evening in Moscow, Russia. Topping all four problems in the women’s Boulder final, the American earned her ninth medal of the year after a stellar 2021 World Cup season – the first senior World Championship medal of her career, and a gold one at that.

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  • IFSC OFFICIAL STATEMENT

    IFSC OFFICIAL STATEMENT

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) would like to deeply apologise to Johanna Färber, Austria Climbing, all the athletes, and the entire Sport Climbing community for the images that were broadcast today during the women’s Boulder semi-final at the IFSC Climbing World Championships Moscow 2021.

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  • NATALIA GROSSMAN, CAMILLA MORONI LEAD THE PACK OF SIX CLIMBERS THAT WILL BATTLE FOR THE BOULDER WORLD TITLE

    NATALIA GROSSMAN, CAMILLA MORONI LEAD THE PACK OF SIX CLIMBERS THAT WILL BATTLE FOR THE BOULDER WORLD TITLE

    In the women’s Boulder semi-final of the IFSC Climbing World Championships Moscow 2021, United States’ Natalia Grossman and Italy’s Camilla Moroni were the only two climbers that closed with four tops and four zones, with Grossman taking first place thanks to a lower number of attempts.

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  • VICTORY FOR AUSTRIA, FRANCE, GREAT BRITAIN, ISRAEL, AND JAPAN IN MEN’S PARACLIMBING FINALS

    VICTORY FOR AUSTRIA, FRANCE, GREAT BRITAIN, ISRAEL, AND JAPAN IN MEN’S PARACLIMBING FINALS

    Seven men’s Paraclimbing finals took place this evening in the 2021 edition of the IFSC Paraclimbing World Championships, with Team France and Team Japan each taking two gold medals, and further first places being awarded to Austria, Great Britain, and Israel.

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  • GREAT BRITAIN, BELGIUM, AND FRANCE CLAIM WOMEN’S PARACLIMBING WORLD TITLES IN MOSCOW

    GREAT BRITAIN, BELGIUM, AND FRANCE CLAIM WOMEN’S PARACLIMBING WORLD TITLES IN MOSCOW

    The final act of the 2021 IFSC Paraclimbing World Championships went down at the Irina Viner-Usmanova Palace in Moscow, Russia, where 11 World Champion titles have been awarded in an emotional night.

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  • FLOHÉ AND FUJII TOP THE MEN’S BOULDER QUALIFICATION ROUND IN MOSCOW

    FLOHÉ AND FUJII TOP THE MEN’S BOULDER QUALIFICATION ROUND IN MOSCOW

    Following on from the women’s Boulder qualification round, which concluded at the CSKA arena in Moscow, Russia, earlier today, this afternoon it was the men’s turn to take to the walls, with 97 athletes participating in the men’s event.

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  • US DUO TAKES TOP POSITION AT THE END OF THE WOMEN’S BOULDER QUALIFICATION IN MOSCOW

    US DUO TAKES TOP POSITION AT THE END OF THE WOMEN’S BOULDER QUALIFICATION IN MOSCOW

    With Speed world titles in the books, the 2021 IFSC Climbing World Championships in Moscow, Russia, shifted its focus on the Boulder walls, where the women’s qualification round took place today.

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OLYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020: SPORT CLIMBING MEDALLISTS

Women's

JANJA GARNBRET (SLO)

GOLD

MIHO NONAKA (JPN)

SILVER

AKIYO NOGUCHI (JPN)

BRONZE
Men's

ALBERTO GINÉS LÓPEZ (ESP)

GOLD

NATHANIEL COLEMAN (USA)

SILVER

JAKOB SCHUBERT (AUT)

BRONZE

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