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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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1 top attempt separated Vita Lukan and Mao Nakamura in Bouldering finals, adding extra importance to holding a move like this and keeping the friction on tiny footholds 2nd image: Chloe Knott for OIS/IOC Other images: Ivo Gonzalez for OIS/IOC
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IFSC Jan 21
Small margins made all the difference in the women's Combined final at . One second in the Speed final races changed everything, and in the end teammates Laura Lammer and Sandra Lettner prevailed! Image: Lukas Schulze for OIS/IOC
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ISF Sports Jan 16
In 2019, the World Schools Championship in 🧗‍♂️ will be organised for the first time. 🏆 climbing | Aubenas, 🇫🇷 | May 18-24, 2019. Bulletin ➡️
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BMC Jan 18
It's coming! Edinburgh is set to host the European Championships 2019 for lead and speed! Set for 5-6 October 2019, see some of the best climbers in Europe compete ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
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IFSC Jan 18
Goal? Perfection. Cost? Pain. Show Janja Garnbret earned Athlete of the Year by voting daily until February 1st! Image: Sytse van Slooten Footage: Munich 2018 finals, Janja’s 4th flash of 4 problems
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IFSC Jan 18
. to Janja Garnbret’s 1st world competition. From humble beginnings to humble domination, more about the candidate’s winning mentality in the podcast: Image: IFSC/Christian Stewart ( Central Saanich 2013)
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IFSC Jan 17
The Lead wall was like a magnet at the Urban Park, attracting full crowds to sport climbing's Youth Olympic debut! Climbing wall provider: Image: Lukas Schulze for OIS/IOC
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IFSC Jan 16
Youth Olympians showed maximum effort on this Bouldering problem, and Petar Ivanov was 1 of 2 athletes to complete it. Do you remember who else?
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IFSC Jan 15
India's Bharath Pereira, climbing since 5 years old, raced to one of the top times in the men's Speed qualification at “If I know I am going to die tomorrow, I will be at a climbing wall today.” - Bharath Pereira
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IFSC Jan 14
World champion Janja Garnbret is still in the hunt for athlete of the year . Show your support by voting daily on website!
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IFSC Jan 11
Janja Garnbret is currently inside the top 10. Keep voting daily in January, still 20 days to catch up to 1st! Image:
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IFSC Jan 10
Laura Lammer and Vita Lukan were outside the finals cut after Bouldering and Speed qualifications in Buenos Aires, but execution in the final discipline earned them a spot, and later Youth Olympic medals! Images: Lukas Schulze for OIS/IOC
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IFSC Jan 9
Moves like these made the women's 2nd qualification problem extra challenging at . In the end, Mao Nakamura was among the few to find a solution! Images 1-3: Simon Bruty for OIS/IOC Image 4: Dylan Burns for OIS/IOC
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IFSC Jan 8
2018 was the year Sport Climbing athletes changed the game at , so we are looking back on the historic moment. It was clear when the first clock started that the journey was made by climbers from around the world! Images: Simon Bruty for OIS/IOC
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IFSC Jan 7
Crazy move, crazy year! Make Janja Garnbret athlete of the year by voting daily in January:
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IFSC Jan 7
Still need a New Year's resolution? Apply to work with the IFSC! New job openings on Sport Climbing events:
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IFSC Jan 5
Spend a minute and support Janja in her bid to win athlete of the year 2018! You can vote once a day- first round ends January 15th!
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IFSC Jan 4
Thanks to your support, Janja is now only 55 votes away from our goal for today! Head to to place your vote and dont forget to encourage your climbing partners to vote too! Keep voting every day to keep her in contention for round 2!
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IFSC Jan 4
The 2018 Youth World Championships offered young athletes the chance to shine, and Team Japan seized the opportunity with both hands. The team topped the medal table with an impressive 14 medals. Do you remember how many of those 14 were gold? Photos: Eddie Fowke, CFR
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IFSC Jan 3
Can we get Janja's total to over 600 votes today?
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