The newly-appointed Coaches Commission of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) met virtually for an inaugural meeting on 13 October 2021. Chair of the Commission, Pavlos Georgiades, hosted the gathering from the IFSC Headquarters in Torino, Italy, alongside IFSC General Director Piero Rebaudengo and Event Officer Alessandro Di Cato.
The final IFSC Paraclimbing World Cup of the season wrapped up at the Sender One Climbing Gym in Los Angeles, California, USA, where 57 climbers, representing 14 countries gathered for the conclusive event of the 2021 IFSC season.
Paraclimbers from all over the world took the stage at the Sender One Climbing Gym in Los Angeles, California, USA, where the final IFSC Paraclimbing World Cup of the season kicked off today. Each of the seven Paraclimbing classes had to face two qualification routes, with the number of athletes advancing to the final depending on the total number of athletes being in the class.
A few weeks after Sport Climbing made its Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020, the International Olympic Committee made the full programs of the men’s and women’s Combined finals available on its YouTube channel.
Elections for the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Athletes’ Commission took place this week during the 2021 IFSC Climbing World Championships in Moscow, Russia, with Olympian Shauna Coxsey MBE, of Great Britain, elected as President.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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