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The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) is the world governing body for sport climbing worlwide. Recognized by the IOC.
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IFSC Apr 17
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. Check Sport Climbing schedule here:
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IFSC Apr 16
Lausanne (SUI) saw the largest ever International Athletes’ Forum and the 4th International Federation Gender Equality Forum take place this weekend. The IFSC attends the Forums and host the first meeting of the IFSC Olympic Engagement Programme. More:
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IFSC Apr 14
World Cup Moscow Men's Boulder Results: 1 - Jernej KRUDER (SLO) 2 - Adam ONDRA (CZE) 3 - Yoshiyuki OGATA (JPN) 4 - Anze PEHARC (SLO) 5 - Rei KAWAMATA (JPN) 6 - Vadim TIMONOV (RUS)
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IFSC Apr 14
World Cup Moscow Women’s Boulder Results: 1 - Janja GARNBRET (SLO) 2 - Shauna COXSEY (GBR) 3 - Fanny GIBERT (FRA) 4 - Lucka RAKOVEC (SLO) 5 - Jessy PILZ (AUT) 6 - Futaba ITO (JPN)
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IFSC Apr 14
By topping the 4 boulders, Jernej KRUDER (SLO) overclassed his competitors and won this 2nd Boulder in Moscow.
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IFSC Apr 14
None of the climbers but Jernej top M4. Adam will be silver... but can he turns this medal into gold?
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IFSC Apr 14
No podium for Vadim TIMONOV even if the Russian crowd did its best to push him to the top!
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IFSC Apr 14
With a new flash, Jernej tops all 4 boulders and put pressure on both Adam and Yoshiyuki who are about to climb for Gold...
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IFSC Apr 14
Only both Yoshiyuki and Jernej top M3. Do you think Adam can do it?
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IFSC Apr 14
Like for WOMEN, the 2nd problem was only a formality. Everyone topped it. Adam, Yoshiyuki and Jernej even flashed it.
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IFSC Apr 14
Shauna is second and Fanny third.
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IFSC Apr 14
Yoshiyuki flashes M2.
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IFSC Apr 14
After falling in M1, Vadim TIMONOV tops M2.
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IFSC Apr 14
Jernej KRUDER flashes M2!
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IFSC Apr 14
Last to climb but first to flash M1. Adam Ondra flies over this first problem.
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IFSC Apr 14
Rei KAWAMATA (JPN) missed M1 :(
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IFSC Apr 14
Anze PEHARC (SLO) starts his first Finals perfectly with a Top.
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IFSC Apr 14
Yoshiyuki OGATA (JPN) tops M1 with a different method from Jernej.
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IFSC Apr 14
Unfortunately Vadim TIMONOV (RUS) didn't find the solution of M1.
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IFSC Apr 14
First one to climb on Finals, Jernej KRUDER (SLO) tips M1 in only 2 attempts!
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