Last weekend in Chongqing, for the first time in IFSC history, an IFSC World Cup in China was streamed LIVE on the IFSC YouTube channel!
Iuliia Kaplina broke her own Speed world record this weekend in Chongqing, China, and her Russian teammate Vladislav Deulin stood atop the Speed podium for the first time. Decorated athlete Janja Garnbret won her first Gold in Bouldering, and Jongwon Chon returned to the top of the podium.
After the successful test of a new solution today, the IFSC is pleased to announce there will be LIVE streaming on YouTube of IFSC Climbing World Cup Chongqing!
It was made a mistake and we apologize for that.
The live streaming for IFSC will remain free of charge, the same as it was at the 1st World Cup in Meiringen, Switzerland and in previous years.
The deal - despite having been announced - has not been signed and thus has not been concluded.
Any possible future variation of this policy will be discussed inside the IFSC and subject to the approval of our key stakeholders.
Let's keep climbing together.
The Monthly Meeting of the IFSC Executive Board takes place today at 14:00 GMT+2, and among the topics to be discussed is the IFSC live streaming strategy.
In the run-up to The Worlds Games 2017, the International World Games Association has updated its website.
The Olympic Channel and the International World Games Association (IWGA) today announced a cooperation agreement which includes media rights to The World Games 2017.
The monthly meeting of the IFSC Executive Board takes place on Wednesday, and IFSC live streaming strategy will be among the discussions.
IFSC Bouldering World Cup Meiringen will be live streamed on the IFSC YouTube channel and on the IFSC homepage.
The IFSC is entering into a partnership with FloSports, that would grant this young company live streaming rights.