IFSC Boulder and Lead Worldcup Innsbruck: Livestream & Info

From June 26th to 30th, 2024, the world's best climbers will meet in Innsbruck for the IFSC Bouldering and Lead World Cup. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.

The Olympic qualification event in Budapest is barely over and the next highlight is already upon us: the IFSC Boulder and Lead World Cup in InnsbruckFrom 26 to 30 June, the world's best athletes will compete at KI, the Innsbruck climbing centre.

Overview

The Swiss Sascha Lehmann should his performance from last year still have fond memories. Also Alex Megos and Jakob Schubert, who stood with him on the podium. In the women's race, it was once again Janja Garnbret who was crowned the winner ahead of Ai Mori and Jessica Pilz. We are excited to see who will climb onto the podium this year.

The 2024 starting list includes greats such as Jakob Schubert, Adam Ondra, Alberto Gines Lopez, Toby Roberts, Stefano Ghisolfi and Sorato Anraku. The competition is also tough among the women: Jessica Pilz, Zhilu Lou, Hannah Meul, Laura Rogora, Ai Mori and Chaehyun Seo are just some of the athletes.

A good atmosphere is guaranteed at the World Cup in Innsbruck. Photo: Lena Drapella/IFSC
A good atmosphere is guaranteed at the World Cup in Innsbruck. Photo: Lena Drapella/IFSC

Program IFSC Boulder & Lead World Cup Innsbruck 2024

Schedule (UTC+2:00)

  • Wednesday, 26th June 2024
    09:00 Qualification bouldering women
    15:30 Qualification Bouldering Men
  • Thursday, 27th June 2024
    13:00 semi-final bouldering women
    19:20 Final bouldering women
  • Friday, 28th June 2024
    13:00 Semifinals Bouldering Men
    19:20 Bouldering Men's Final
  • Saturday, 29th June 2024
    09:00 Qualifications Lead
    19:25 Semifinals Lead
  • Sunday, 30th June 2024
    19:25 Final Lead Men
    Afterwards Final Lead Women
After her strong start to the season, Janja Garnbret will be highly motivated to return home from Innsbruck with a gold medal in 2024. Image: Jan Virt/IFSC
After her strong start to the season, Janja Garnbret will be highly motivated to return home from Innsbruck with a gold medal in 2024. Image: Jan Virt/IFSC

Livestream IFSC Boulder World Cup Innsbruck 2024

The semi-finals and finals of the men's and women's competitions will be broadcast live worldwide on the IFSC YouTube channel streamed. However, this does not apply to countries within Europe. As communicated in 2021, the International Sport Climbing Federation is one Cooperation with the paid streaming platform Discovery+ received.

Accordingly, viewers in Europe can watch the semi-finals and finals live Discovery + and / or the Eurosport Player track, provided they buy a corresponding subscription.

For those who can't or don't want to do that, you have two options: You can wait a day, as each round will be available to watch for free on the Olympic Channel 24 hours later. Or they get a VPN client such as NordVPN and watch all World Cups in real time from now on.

Live stream bouldering semifinals women

Live stream bouldering finals women

Live stream bouldering semifinals men

Live stream bouldering final men

Live stream lead semifinals

Live Stream Lead Finals

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