A few days ago the International Climbing Association (IFSC) announced the last two Olympic candidates. Koreans Jongwon Chon and Chaehyun Seo complete the list of athletes who will compete in the disciplines of lead, bouldering and speed at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Rumor has it that the Summer Olympics in Tokyo are on the brink. A cancellation of the major event is evidently being discussed behind the scenes.
The International Sports Court of Justice makes a decision: Russia excluded from the Olympic Games. Does Sascha Lehmann benefit?
Both Switzerland and Germany missed the last chance to qualify for the Olympics at the European Championships.
What are the plans of climbing pioneer Didier Berthod? Corona thwarted athletes' Olympic hope! The main topics of Beta # 4.
Anouck Jaubert and Michael Piccolruaz have qualified for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo thanks to the Tripartite Commission Quota.
The Summer Olympics will take place exactly one year later than planned, in the summer of 2021. Swiss Olympic is satisfied with the replacement date.
The International Olympic Committee and the organizers are canceling the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. In doing so, they bow to the growing pressure.
In August 2020, the Summer Olympic Games in sport climbing will take place. Here you can find out everything you need to know about competitions.
In Toulouse, six athletes qualified for the Olympia 2020. One of the six lucky ones was Adam Ondra. Here Adam tells more about the event.
Although two Japanese athletes were in the top 5, the Olympics tickets went to other athletes. Information and highlights of the competition in Toulouse.
The qualifying round of the men at the IFSC competition in Toulouse is over. Six athletes have already secured an Olympic ticket today.
From November 28.11.2019, 01.12.2019 to December XNUMX, XNUMX, the next IFSC competition will take place in Toulouse in a combined format. Information, program & live streams are available here.
In the latest issue of the Road to Tokyo video series, Adam Ondra talks about the screw-in style of climbing competitions and explains why he still trains on small, scratchy bars and the campus board.