Picking up from a 2023 season that saw him first become the men’s U20 Speed world champion, and book a spot at the Olympic Games Paris 2024, New Zealand’s 19-year-old climber Julian David has already received his first award in 2024.
The Executive Board of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) has voted to include the Palestine Social Sport Climbing Club Association (PCA) as the newest Member Federation of the organisation.
The IFSC is about to launch its first podcast, with the inaugural episode going live on Facebook and YouTube on Thursday, 15 February, and featuring Tokyo 2020 Olympian Sean McColl of Canada, and IFSC Host Matt Groom.
On Monday, 5 February, IFSC President Marco Scolaris had the pleasure to welcome two important guests at the IFSC office in Torino, Italy.
The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) has become the first International Federation to introduce comprehensive regulations related to Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (REDs), with the implementation of a new event policy for athletes ahead of the 2024 season.
Following the presentation of Catalogue P24 back in September 2023, the IFSC have released S24: Holds, Macros, and Volumes for the Olympic Qualifier Series (OQS) Budapest 2024.
The IFSC, in accordance with the Chinese Mountaineering Association, announce that the first event of the IFSC World Cup Series 2024 has been relocated and will take place in Keqiao, a district of the city of Shaoxing, China, in the Zhejiang province.
Following a successful 2023 campaign, capped off by the qualification to the Olympic Games Paris 2024, US Speed climber Emma Hunt has been nominated as the Sport Climbing representative in the race for The World Games Athlete of the Year award.
The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) African Qualifier in Pretoria, South Africa, closed the curtains on the 2023 season, with almost half of the tickets to Paris 2024 being awarded at the IFSC World Championships in Bern, Switzerland, and at the five Continental Qualifiers that took place in Rome, Italy; Laval, France; Jakarta, Indonesia; Melbourne, Australia; and lastly, Pretoria.
When the schedule for The World Games Chengdu 2025 was released over the weekend, one point stuck out for what will be Sport Climbing’s sixth appearance at the multi-sport event – this time, it’s all about Speed.
The International World Games Association (IWGA) has celebrated the 600-days-to-go to the next edition of The World Games – set to take place in Chengdu, China, from 7 to 17 August 2025 – by announcing the official sports programme of the event.
The IFSC African Qualifier ended today, 9 December, at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa, crowning two home climbers with the gold medal, and most importantly, awarding them with an Olympic quota to the Olympic Games Paris 2024.
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