IFSC Welcomes New Event Sponsor & Media Officer

The IFSC is pleased to welcome Marco Vettoretti (ITA) as Event Sponsor & Media Officer. Reporting to the IFSC Marketing & Communications Director, Marco will be responsible for managing sponsors and media on site at World Cups, Youth World...

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Two Wins for Japan

The speculation of who would come out on top of the Men’s 2019 Bouldering Season was the central focus of the Men’s Vail World Cup. Adam ONDRA (CZE) and Tomoa NARASAKI (JPN) were neck-in-neck in the rankings with NARASAKI needing to place both second...

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GARNBRET Sweeps the Season

The women’s final featured four heavy hitters and two newcomers to the IFSC World Cups. While GARNBRET had already secured the season title after her win in Munich, the places on the final bouldering podium for the year were still to be determined.

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A Battle to the End for Both Sides

The sunny weather, enthusiastic crowd and sheer determination of the athletes made the 5th Bouldering World Cup of 2019 an unbelievable competition to watch. The aesthetic black and red holds were the backdrop to a fierce battle between the competitors,...

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An Olympic Wall for Olympic Dream

A few days ago, the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic Games announced the event line-up for each session of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Meanwhile, the first contracts have been signed with the manufacturers to complete the venue, especially...

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The Penultimate Bouldering World Cup of 2019

After two back-to-back competitions in China, the IFSC Bouldering World Cup 2019 returns to Europe for the second to last Bouldering competition 2019 held in Munich, Germany from May 18-19. Munich is a fixture in the Bouldering series, regularly hosting...

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IFSC Refreshes Website Design

Bringing comprehensive coverage of international Sport Climbing athletes, events and latest news to its stakeholders and fans worldwide, the IFSC website is getting a makeover on the climb to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and Paris 2024.

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4 Bouldering Medals for Japan

The 2019 Wujiang Bouldering World Cup saw strong overall performances from the Japanese team, who claimed four of the total six podium places. The women’s competition was also highly anticipated featuring the return of Miho NONAKA (JPN) to the world...

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2 New Gold Medalists in Wujiang

Despite the early conditions on the wall appearing less than ideal, this weekend’s Speed World Cup in Wujiang, China was full of personal bests and surprising results. As the 2019 speed season progresses, climbers are speeding up with average times...

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World Cup Wujiang to be Watched Around the World

The Chinese segment of the IFSC World Cup Series continues this weekend with Bouldering and Speed events in Fenhu Wujiang, located in the Eastern province of Jiangsu, China. As with the first three events of the season the IFSC World Cup Wujiang will...

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