Lead and Speed ​​World Cup Chamonix 2022: program and live stream

The IFSC Lead World Cup will take place in Chamonix, France, from July 8th to 10th, 2022. The competition program and the live broadcast can be found here.

Since the first Lead World Cup of the season in Innsbruck, things have been happening in quick succession. A week after Innsbruck, the international climbing elite traveled to Villars, Switzerland. Five days after Villars, the athletes are back on the mat today, with competitions in the lead and speed disciplines coming up.


Important information about the live streams

The semi-finals and finals of the women's and men's competitions will be broadcast live worldwide on the IFSC YouTube channel streamed. However, this does not apply to European countries. As recently communicated, the International Sport Climbing Federation is one Cooperation with the paid streaming platform Discovery+ received.

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Viewers in Europe can watch the semifinals and finals live on Discovery + and / or the Eurosport Player track, provided they buy a corresponding subscription. If you don't want this, you have no choice but to be patient for a day. Each round will namely 24 hours later for free on the Olympic Channel be visible.


Program Lead and Speed ​​​​World Cup Chamonix 2022

  • Friday, 8th July 2022
    Qualification Speed ​​men/women
  • Saturday, 9th of July 2022
    10.00 a.m.: Qualification lead men/women
    21.00pm: Finals Speed: Men/Women
  • Sunday, 10th July 2022
    10.00 a.m.: Semifinal Lead Men/Women
    20.30 p.m.: Final lead women
    Then: final lead men

Live-Stream IFSC World Cup (Lead) / Chamonix 2022

Semi-final lead women/men

Semi-final lead women/men

Final women and men

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