All eyes are on China this weekend, as the Sport Climbing season continues with head-to-head battles in Bouldering and Speed at the IFSC Climbing World Cup Chongqing.
Following an avalanche on April 16th in Banff National Park, Canada, the IFSC is saddened to report that the bodies of three elite climbers were recovered on April 21st.
With the IFSC season in full swing we head to China for some boulder and speed competitions. We’ll start first in Chongqing April 26-28 and a week later in Wujiang...Read more
Please be advised that following working hours today, Friday 19th April, the IFSC office is set to close for a long Easter weekend.
The IFSC is calling for Speed Automatic Timing Systems manufacturers/brands to apply for the Sport Official Equipment Catalogue. To create a fairer playing field, the IFSC will allow only authorised...Read more
The IFSC Official Sport Equipment Catalogue is an initiative which aims to make the playing field fairer across international IFSC events. Each IFSC event will use only authorised Official Sport...Read more
Following the first two events of the 2019 Sport Climbing season in Meiringen and Moscow, members of the IFSC Executive Board came together yesterday, 17th April, for their monthly teleconference.
Today, 16th April, the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020) unveiled the event line-up for each session of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Officially commencing...Read more
Home to the International Olympic Committee, Lausanne, Switzerland, saw the largest ever International Athletes’ Forum and the 4th International Federation Gender Equality Forum take place this weekend. IFSC President Marco...Read more
The past 3 days Moscow has been the capital of Sport Climbing, hosting the 1st IFSC Speed World Cup for the 2019 season and the 2nd stage of the IFSC...Read more
With the start of the speed competition unraveling in Moscow this week, we saw great performances from many different athletes.
The IFSC World Cup Series continues in Moscow, Russia, this weekend, with the second Bouldering event of the season and the first Speed World Cup of 2019.
The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) takes place each year on April 6th and this year, the occasion coincided with the IFSC Bouldering World Cup in...Read more
No time for a rest after Meiringen, all bouldering athletes leave for Moscow where they will join the fastest climbers in the world for the IFSC World Cup Moscow Boulder...Read more
The IFSC has agreed on a two-year agreement with Earth Corporation as IFSC main partner.