IFSC World Cup Series 2021

WHERE TO WATCH THE IFSC WORLD CUP IN CHAMONIX, FRANCE

The penultimate World Cup in the final countdown to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 takes place from 12 to 13 July, where climbers will compete under the shadow of the Mont Blanc in Chamonix, France.

IFSC WORLD CUP SERIES SET TO RETURN TO KRANJ, SLOVENIA

Originally scheduled to take place in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, the IFSC Lead World Cup in September is now to be held 20 kilometres away in Kranj, Slovenia – the 25th time a Sport Climbing World...

BAILEY AND ROGORA TAKE GOLD IN CHAMONIX

The third Lead World Cup of the 2021 season concluded this evening in Chamonix, France, where Italy’s Laura Rogora and the United States’ Sean Bailey achieved first place in the women’s and men’s finals.

WHERE TO WATCH THE IFSC WORLD CUP IN BRIANÇON, FRANCE

The final World Cup before Sport Climbing makes its Olympic debut takes place this weekend in Briançon, France. 140 athletes will compete for a place on the podium in Lead, and a further 83 athletes will participate...

IFSC BOULDER AND SPEED WORLD CUP IN SEOUL CONFIRMED

The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) and the Korean Alpine Federation are pleased to announce that the IFSC Boulder and Speed World Cup scheduled in Seoul, South Korea, is confirmed and will take...

WHERE TO WATCH THE IFSC WORLD CUP IN KRANJ, SLOVENIA

The first IFSC World Cup following Sport Climbing’s debut at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 takes place this weekend in Kranj, Slovenia. It is the 25th time that the city has hosted a Sport Climbing World...

LEAD WORLD CUP SEASON SET TO CLOSE IN KRANJ, SLOVENIA

The Slovenian city of Kranj – located 30 kilometers north of the state capital, Ljubljana – is about to welcome the fifth Lead stage of the 2021 IFSC World Cup Series, marking the end of the discipline’s season.

JAPAN AND SLOVENIA DOMINATE THE LEAD SEMI-FINALS IN KRANJ

The second, conclusive day of the IFSC World Cup Kranj 2021 opened with the men’s and women’s Lead semi-finals, where athletes of Japan and Slovenia respectively took four and six of the 16 final spots available.

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...

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