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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 Jun 14
Sport Climbing Indonesia is ready to take on ! Who’s joining them on the ?
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IFSC Jun 13
The season didn't end how Adam ONDRA had planned, but his top on M4 crack climb in Meiringen was a definitely a highlight of 2019. Who is looking forward to seeing him compete in the upcoming Lead World Cups?
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#Tokyo2020 Jun 13
Medallists at will stand on podiums that will be made from recycled plastic collected from Japanese households and pulled from the ocean. This intiative will embody the Games concept: Be better, together – for the planet and the people
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IFSC Jun 12
During the Vail semi-finals, Fanny GIBERT was the only female competitor to top all four boulders. In the end, she came in third for the season.
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IFSC Jun 11
The battle for second the overall podium was close, but Akiyo NOGUCHI pulled through with a perfectly executed top on W4. 📸
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IFSC Jun 11
Tomoa NARASAKI defied the odds at the Vail 2019 Bouldering World Cup and claimed the Overall Season title by only 5 points. 📸
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IFSC Jun 11
On 24 June 2019, the IOC is meeting to discuss the proposal to include , , and in . Let's make some noise for the ! Learn more:
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IFSC Jun 11
The climbers on Team Japan are already looking to the future and showing their support for !
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IFSC Jun 10
The speculation of who would come out on top of the Men’s 2019 Bouldering Season was the central focus of the Men’s in Vail. After the nail-biting final, it was Team Japan who claimed the podium: 📸
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IFSC Jun 10
The women’s bouldering final in Vail featured four heavy hitters and two newcomers to the . While Janja GARNBRET had already secured the season title, the places on the final bouldering podium for the year were still to be determined:
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IFSC Jun 10
The crowd in Vail were thrilled to show their support for ! Join them by sharing your photos with us on social media.
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IFSC Jun 10
This was a big weekend for bouldering with several season titles up-for-grabs and a history-making sweep. Check out the highlights to see how it all happened:
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IFSC Jun 8
A huge congratulations to the winners in Vail! Find the full list of results here: 📸
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IFSC Jun 8
CHON is the second to top M4, finishing on the podium in third!
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IFSC Jun 8
OGATA flashes M4 for his fourth top of the competition, securing his 2019 Vail Bouldering World Cup gold medal!
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yoyo Jun 8
さあ年間総合の結果はオガッチ次第!
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IFSC Jun 8
HOJER fights to the end on M4 landing in a tentative third place.
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IFSC Jun 8
And NARASAKI misses out on the M4 top too. Still 3 more climbers to go.
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IFSC Jun 8
ONDRA sticks the zone on M4, but ends with no top. Can NARASAKI do it?
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IFSC Jun 8
That's another narrow miss on M3 for CHON.
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