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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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Thanks event organisers who stopped by IFSC headquarters this week to prepare the next season together!
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Entre Prises Nov 13
The Lead Climbing Spanish Cup 2018 was the last competiton for the Spanish professional climber Ramon Julian, and this was his incredible ultimate performance during the competitions circuit 🎬
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Olympic Channel Nov 6
It's been 1 month since the Opening Ceremony. We're celebrating with a look back 10 memorable moments from the . See you at Senegal 2022!
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Olympics Nov 8
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IFSC Nov 13
Japan, the host country, claimed 15 medals at in Kurayoshi, the definition of defending the home turf! Recap: Results:
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IFSC Nov 13
Jain Kim topped 4 routes at the Asian Championships in Kurayoshi, adding another victory to her storied climbing career. More pictures on IFSC Flickr, courtesy of JMSCA:
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IFSC Nov 12
As close as it gets in Speed climbing! Find out who prevailed at the Asian Championships last weekend in the highlights below Speed finals replay: More highlights:
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IFSC Nov 9
5 of 6 athletes on the Bouldering podiums today at the Asian Championships were under 20 years old, including winner Futaba Ito who was featured in the original series "Going Olympic: Tokyo 2020": Finals replay:
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IFSC Nov 8
Jain Kim is 1 of the 5 athletes with nothing but tops so far in Lead at the Asian Championships! Visit JMSCA Competition TV for LIVE streaming and replays. Lead semi-finals: Results: Photo: Jain Kim at Wujiang 2018
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IFSC Nov 8
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Yes, LIVE streaming and replays on JMSCA Competition TV:
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IFSC Nov 7
The Asian Championships started today in Kurayoshi, Japan. Akiyo Noguchi and Rei Sugimoto jumped into an early lead in Bouldering! Follow the results here:
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IFSC Nov 6
Japan excelled in Bouldering and Lead at the Asian Youth Championships last week, winning 10 of 12 categories. Recent finalists Natsumi Hirano, Taisei Homma and Hidemasa Nishida were among the victors!
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IFSC Nov 5
The annual Asian Youth Championships concluded in Chongqing yesterday, and finalists Mao Nakamura and YuFei Pan placed first in Bouldering in the Juniors category! Full results:
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IFSC Oct 31
REEL ROCK 13 debuts tomorrow in Boulder, Colorado (USA), and "Up to Speed" is among the climbing films to be featured! News:
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IFSC Oct 31
Akiyo Noguchi was one of only two women in 2018 who placed within the top 10 in Bouldering and Lead season rankings. She finished by giving her all in Xiamen finals! Watch her last climb here:
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The World Games 2021 Oct 30
"A place that welcomes all who set foot on its southern soil with open arms." If this doesn’t get you hype for , we're not sure what will.
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IFSC Oct 30
So many tops for Xiamen winner and Lead world champion Jessica Pilz in 2018! Watch her last one here:
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IFSC Oct 30
Last to climb in finals at Xiamen, Domen Skofic needed nothing short of the high point to stand on the Lead season podium. The Slovenian star scored exactly that! The climb from start to finish:
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IFSC Oct 29
Aries Susanti Rahayu of Indonesia made a rapid ascent of the Speed season rankings this month, sweeping both in China and finishing 2nd on the Speed season podium! Check out the replay of the exciting grand finale in Xiamen if you haven't yet:
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The World Games Oct 29
Alessandro DiCato, Competition Manager for about : "I can see a really well-organised team. I am sure they are on the right track to prepare a great edition of The World Games in 2021."
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