• THE IFSC PRESENTS ITS 2021 COMPETITIONS CALENDAR

    The 2021 Sport Climbing calendar is here: the International Federation of Sport Climbing is glad to present its highly anticipated 2021 season, where Sport Climbing will finally make its debut on the Olympic stage.

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  • ROGORA AND ONDRA TAKE GOLD IN AN EMOTIONAL NIGHT

    The IFSC World Cup in Briançon (FRA) concluded in front of a masked, yet electrified audience, who celebrated the effort of 17 great climbers in what became, exceptionally, the first IFSC World Cup of 2020.

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  • IFSC Combined Olympic Format Explained

    Sport Climbing's Olympic debut at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020  will feature all three disciplines, Speed, Lead and Boulder into one Combined event. But what exactly is the Combined format?

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New on IFSC TV: GOLDEN MEMORIES

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SASCHA LEHMANN (SUI)

Iuliia Kaplina (RUS)

Alexander Megos (GER)

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  • IFSC STAFF ATTENDS FIRST INTERNAL SEMINAR IN THE LEAD UP TO TOKYO 2020

    IFSC STAFF ATTENDS FIRST INTERNAL SEMINAR IN THE LEAD UP TO TOKYO 2020

    An intensive, fruitful seminar held at the IFSC Headquarters, today, saw the participation of the entire IFSC Staff, who officially resumed the preparation for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

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  • OLYMPIC HOPEFULS IN SURFING AND SPORT CLIMBING FEATURED IN NEW OLYMPIC CHANNEL ORIGINAL SERIES

    OLYMPIC HOPEFULS IN SURFING AND SPORT CLIMBING FEATURED IN NEW OLYMPIC CHANNEL ORIGINAL SERIES "ROAD TO TOKYO: THE QUALIFIER STORIES"

    Showcasing the dreams of first-time Olympic hopefuls from around the world, the Olympic Channel presents "Road to Tokyo: The Qualifier Stories" starting with the premiere of its surfing series on Thursday, 17 September and followed by its sport climbing series on Thursday, 1 October. Surfing and sports climbing are scheduled to make their debut on the Olympic Programme at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 now taking place in 2021. All episodes will be available to stream on the IOC’s global Olympic Channel platform which is available subscription-free at olympicchannel.com and its apps for mobile, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and the Roku platform.

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  • IFSC STAFF MEMBERS TO ATTEND IF GENDER EQUALITY WEBINAR SERIES

    IFSC STAFF MEMBERS TO ATTEND IF GENDER EQUALITY WEBINAR SERIES

    The International Olympic Committee, along with ASOIF and AIOWF, organised a series of webinars aimed at supporting International Federations in the work needed to reach gender equality at all levels an in all aspects.

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  • THE IFSC PRESENTS ITS 2021 COMPETITIONS CALENDAR

    THE IFSC PRESENTS ITS 2021 COMPETITIONS CALENDAR

    The 2021 Sport Climbing calendar is here: the International Federation of Sport Climbing is glad to present its highly anticipated 2021 season, where Sport Climbing will finally make its debut on the Olympic stage, Russia will host both the IFSC Climbing World Championships and the IFSC Youth World Championships, and where a first-time-ever – Jakarta, Indonesia – will close the 2021 IFSC World Cup Series.

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  • IFSC WORLD CUPS IN SALT LAKE CITY AND SEOUL CANCELLED

    IFSC WORLD CUPS IN SALT LAKE CITY AND SEOUL CANCELLED

    The International Federation of Sport Climbing, in accordance with USA Climbing and the Korean Alpine Federation, decided to definitely cancel the IFSC World Cup in Salt Lake City (USA) the IFSC World Cup in Seoul (KOR).

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  • ROGORA AND ONDRA TAKE GOLD IN AN EMOTIONAL NIGHT

    ROGORA AND ONDRA TAKE GOLD IN AN EMOTIONAL NIGHT

    The IFSC World Cup in Briançon (FRA) concluded in front of a masked, yet electrified audience, who celebrated the effort of 17 great climbers in what became, exceptionally, the first IFSC World Cup of 2020.

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  • IFSC WORLD CUP IN BRIANÇON TO RECEIVE HIGHEST EVER INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING COVERAGE

    IFSC WORLD CUP IN BRIANÇON TO RECEIVE HIGHEST EVER INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING COVERAGE

    The first IFSC World Cup of the 2020 Sport Climbing season in Briançon (FRA) is set to appear on screens around the world this weekend and over the coming weeks, thanks to the numerous broadcasting deals secured by the International Federation of Sport Climbing.

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  • WHERE TO WATCH THE IFSC WORLD CUP IN BRIANÇON

    WHERE TO WATCH THE IFSC WORLD CUP IN BRIANÇON

    The first World Cup of the 2020 Sport Climbing season in Briançon, France, is set to appear on screens around the world this weekend and over the coming weeks, thanks to the numerous broadcasting deals secured by the International Federation of Sport Climbing. With a 38% increase in broadcasting coverage compared to the IFSC World Cup Briançon 2019, this year’s event is set to reach a record high.

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  • BRIANÇON IS READY TO HOST THE FIRST IFSC WORLD CUP OF THE SEASON

    BRIANÇON IS READY TO HOST THE FIRST IFSC WORLD CUP OF THE SEASON

    On August 21 and 22, for the tenth consecutive year, Briançon (FRA) will welcome an IFSC World Cup. Exceptionally, for the first time in the last ten years, it will be the opening one of the season.

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  • IFSC FINANCIAL REPORTS APPROVED BY EXECUTIVE BOARD

    IFSC FINANCIAL REPORTS APPROVED BY EXECUTIVE BOARD

    The financial reports for the second quarter of 2020 were today approved by the IFSC Executive Board. Showing profit and loss figures as of 30 June 2020, the reports compare the 2020 budget approved by the Plenary Assembly to the current IFSC financial situation.

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  • KALUCKA AND ADI TAKE POLAND AND INDONESIA ATOP THE SPEED KNOCKOUT PODIUM

    KALUCKA AND ADI TAKE POLAND AND INDONESIA ATOP THE SPEED KNOCKOUT PODIUM

    Aleksandra Kalucka of Poland and Rahmad Adi of Indonesia marked their name in the history of Sport Climbing, becoming the first winners ever of the IFSC Connected Speed Knockout presented by Japan Airlines.

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  • IFSC CONNECTED SPEED KNOCKOUT TO STREAM ON YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK AND WEIBO

    IFSC CONNECTED SPEED KNOCKOUT TO STREAM ON YOUTUBE, FACEBOOK AND WEIBO

    This weekend, the inaugural IFSC Connected Speed Knockout presented by Japan Airlines will be streamed online, across the IFSC’s official social media channels.

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OLYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020 CONFIRMED QUALIFIED ATHLETES

As of  30.04.2020. Please note this list is not seeded. 

Women

1
Janja GARNBRET

SLO

2
Akiyo NOGUCHI

JPN

3
Shauna COXSEY

GBR

4
Aleksandra MIROSLAW

POL

5
Miho NONAKA

JPN

6
Petra KLINGLER

SUI

7
Brooke RABOUTOU

USA

8
Jessica PILZ

AUT

9
Julia CHANOURDIE

FRA

10
Mia KRAMPL

SLO

11
Iuliia KAPLINA

RUS

12
Kyra CONDIE

USA

13
Laura ROGORA

ITA

14
YiLing SONG

CHN

15
Alannah YIP

CAN

16
Anouck JAUBERT

FRA

Men

1
Tomoa NARASAKI

JPN

2
Jakob SCHUBERT

AUT

3
Rishat KHAIBULLIN

KAZ

4
Kai HARADA

JPN

5
Mickael MAWEM

FRA

6
Alexander MEGOS

GER

7
Ludovico FOSSALI

ITA

8
Sean MCCOLL

CAN

9
Adam ONDRA

CZE

10
Bassa MAWEM

FRA

11
Jan HOJER

GER

12
YuFei PAN

CHN

13
Alberto GINÉS LÓPEZ

ESP

14
Nathaniel COLEMAN

USA

15
Colin DUFFY

USA

16
Michael PICCOLRUAZ

ITA

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