The 14th annual IFSC Plenary Assembly took place this week in Tokyo, Japan, and the agenda consisted of updates on Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, gender equality, Paraclimbing development and more.
On the eve of the 14th Annual IFSC Plenary Assembly, all parties completed final preparations to ensure the smooth running of tomorrow’s main event.
After the opening cocktail evening at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Tokyo, Japan on Wednesday evening, Thursday saw IFSC Member Federations, Board and Staff members continue the week’s events with...Read more
Representatives from IFSC Member Federations including Australia (SCA), Germany (DAV), Great Britain (BMC), Nepal (NMA), and host nation Japan (JMSCA) to name a few, as well as IFSC staff and...Read more
Ahead of the 14th Annual IFSC Plenary Assembly this Saturday, delegates are invited to visit the Accreditation Desk on floor 2F of the Shinagawa Prince Hotel Main Tower from 2pm...Read more
The Tokyo 2020 Organising committee celebrated 500 days until the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics on March 12, 2019 by releasing both the pictograms of the sports...Read more
The IFSC has agreed on a mult-year partnership with Dentsu and Synca Creations.
Dentsu Inc., based in Tokyo, is the world’s largest advertising agency brand and the marketing agency of the...Read more
On the occasion of the CWIF (Climbing Works International Festival) 2019, one of the UK’s top Bouldering competitions which sees international Athletes go head to head with members of the...Read more
On February 28th, IFSC President Marco Maria Scolaris attended the opening ceremony of the new Bouldering area of “Pôle France Escalade” at Brunerie (Tremplin Sport Formation) in Voiron, France.
Sport is one of the most powerful platforms for promoting gender equality and empowering women and girls.
The Annual IFSC Officials Seminar took place on 16-17th February in Turin, Italy, home to the IFSC Headquarters. IFSC Officials including Technical Delegates, Jury Presidents, Judges and Routesetters joined IFSC...Read more
Applications are now open for the 2020 and 2021 World Cup seasons and this year, National Federations can apply to host a World Cup in two seasons via the same...Read more
The IFSC is pleased to announce that registrations are now open for the 2019 Athlete Licence.
IFSC President Marco Scolaris will be discussing Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 qualification and more at the press conference following the 14th Annual Plenary Assembly, taking place this year in Tokyo...Read more
In the year preceding Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and following Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018, Sport Climbing and the IFSC have reached another milestone on the Olympic journey.