The International Climbing Association IFSC lurches from scandal to scandal. The association has already been confronted with allegations of sexism twice. Is the IFSC finally drawing lessons from the matter? Why did the exact same incident occur a second time? We put these and other questions to the IFSC - and received an interesting answer.
Yesterday the final of the Lead World Championships took place in Moscow. The Austrian Jakob Schubert won the men's competition, and Seo Chaehyun from South Korea won the women's competition.
Last weekend, the bouldering world champions 2021 were crowned in the Russian capital Moscow. Natalia Grossman won in the women and Kokoro Fujii in the men. The Swiss Andrea Kümin took sixth place thanks to an excellent performance.
Only a few Olympic participants travel to the World Championships in Moscow. One of them is Jakob Schubert. In a personal report he talks about the time after the Olympics and his goals for the World Championships in Moscow.
The IFSC climbing championships will take place in Moscow from September 15 to 21, 2021. Climbing is done in the disciplines of speed, bouldering and lead. Here you can find information about the program and the live streams to follow the most important competitions.
Both Switzerland and Germany missed the last chance to qualify for the Olympics at the European Championships.
Sascha Lehmann wins the gold medal in the lead discipline at the European Sport Climbing Championships 2020. Viktoriia Meshkova won gold among women.
The European Climbing Championships will take place in Moscow from November 21 to 29. There is information and live stream about the competition here.
The European Championships will take place in Moscow at the end of November. Swiss Climbing has selected two female and four female athletes.
More and more national associations are canceling their participation in the European Championship. Will the competition still fall into the water?
Due to the corona situation, Austria will not send a team to the 2020 European climbing championship in Moscow.
The IFSC postpones the European and Asian championships and questions the planned Boulder World Cup in Meiringen.
After the World Cup in Meiringen last weekend, this weekend in Moscow continued. Jernej Kruder won with the men and Janja Garnbret with the ladies. Petra Klingler took the best Swiss placing in bouldering with 8. The best placement for Germany was won by Jan Hojer with the 12. Rank. For the Austrians, Jessica Pilz secured a top 10 placement with the 5. Rank.
The second IFSC World Cup of the season in the disciplines of bouldering and speed will take place next weekend. You can find all the information here.
At the second World Cup of the season, the podium in the bouldering discipline was occupied by two countries: Slovenia and Japan. Janja Garnbret won the ...