• IFSC WORLD CUP MUNICH 2019 BOULDER

    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, which showed that the strongest climber doesn’t always win.

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  • IFSC WORLD CUP WUJIANG 2019 BOULDER

    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 cup scene and the opportunity to witness yet another nearly flawless performance by Janja GARNBRET (SLO).

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  • IFSC WORLD CUP WUJIANG 2019 SPEED

    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 decreasing each world cup, particularly among the non-speed specialists.

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IFSC World Cup Munich (GER) 2019

18 - 19 MAY 2019

Boulder
[COMPLETED]

IFSC WORLD CUP Vail (USA) 2019

7 - 8 JUNE 2019

Boulder
NEXT LIVE

IFSC World Cup Villars (SUI) 2019

4 - 6 JULY 2019

Lead - Speed
NEXT LIVE

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Ranking

IFSC LEAD WORLD CUP 18

MEN   l   WOMEN   l   National Team

IFSC BOULDER WORLD CUP 19

MEN   l   WOMEN   l   National Team

IFSC SPEED WORLD CUP 19

MEN   l   WOMEN   l   National Team

IFSC COMBINED 18

MEN & WOMEN

IFSC PARACLIMBING 18

LATEST RESULTS

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LATEST NEWS

  • IFSC Executive Board Teleconference May 2019

    The monthly teleconference of the IFSC Executive Board took place on 22nd May, following the penultimate Bouldering World Cup of the 2019 Sport Climbing season last weekend in Munich, Germany.

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  • IFSC Presents Olympic Engagement Project at the CWA Summit, USA

    IFSC Presents Olympic Engagement Project at the CWA Summit, USA

    On May 15-17th, key stakeholders from the indoor climbing industry gathered in Loveland, Colorado (USA) for the The CWA Summit, an annual conference and trade show organised by the Climbing Wall Association. IFSC Secretary General Debra Gawrych and Charlotte Durif, IFSC Consultant, attended the Summit to meet industry members and present updates regarding Sport Climbing at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

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  • A Battle to the End for Both Sides

    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, which showed that the strongest climber doesn’t always win.

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  • An Olympic Wall for Olympic Dream

    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 the climbing wall.

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  • Second-to-Last Bouldering World Cup of the Season to be Broadcast Internationally

    Second-to-Last Bouldering World Cup of the Season to be Broadcast Internationally

    The IFSC World Cup series returns to Europe this weekend, for the penultimate round of the 2019 IFSC Bouldering World Cup series in Munich, Germany. The event is set to be broadcast across the globe, making certain that as large an audience as possible can tune into the action.

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  • The Penultimate Bouldering World Cup of 2019

    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 the final event of the season, this year it will be the penultimate Bouldering World Cup 2019. 273 athletes are registered to compete to gain ground in the Bouldering season rankings before the last stage that will takes place in Vail this year.

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  • IFSC Mourns the Loss of Paraclimbing Champion

    IFSC Mourns the Loss of Paraclimbing Champion

    It is with a heavy heart that the IFSC announces the loss of Paraclimbing athlete Lorenzo Major (ITA), aged 47.

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  • IFSC President Attends SportAccord 2019 in the Gold Coast of Australia

    IFSC President Attends SportAccord 2019 in the Gold Coast of Australia

    The 17th edition of SportAccord, World Sport & Business Summit, concluded on Friday in the Gold Coast of Queensland, Australia. From May 5-10th, the convention saw 1,700 delegates from 830 Organisations, including 109 International Federations and Associate Members of 84 different nationalities, from 176 cities and regions, travel to the Gold Coast for the annual event.

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  • IFSC Refreshes Website Design

    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

    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 cup scene and the opportunity to witness yet another nearly flawless performance by Janja GARNBRET (SLO).

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  • 2 New Gold Medalists in Wujiang

    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 decreasing each world cup, particularly among the non-speed specialists.

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  • World Cup Wujiang to be Watched Around the World

    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 be broadcast internationally, thanks to a set of broadcasting deals secured by the IFSC which aim to increase the exposure of the sport in the approach to next year’s Olympic Games.

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