Keyword: Briançon

Results & video replay IFSC Lead World Cup Briançon 2023

The Lead World Cup took place in Briançon on Friday and Saturday. The men's final was dominated by Japan with seven out of eight athletes. In the women's category, the Slovenian Vita Lukan confidently climbed to first place.

IFSC Lead World Cup Briançon | Information and live stream

The IFSC Lead World Cup will take place in Briançon from July 14th to 15th, 2023. Here you can find the program and the live streams of the competitions.

Janja Garnbret and Jesse Grupper win gold at the Lead World Cup in Briançon

Janja Garnbret from Slovenia and Jesse Grupper from the USA climbed to victory at the IFSC Lead World Cup in the French Alpine town of Briançon. Alex Megos won bronze ahead of teammate Yannick Flohé. Best German was Hannah Meul in tenth place.

IFSC Lead World Cup Briançon | program and live stream

On Friday 22nd July and Saturday 23rd July 2022 the IFSC Lead World Cup will take place in Briançon, France. Here you can find the program and the live streams of the competitions.

Adam Ondra: Almost punished and still got gold

Adam Ondra won gold in Briançon. But in the meantime the situation looked different. The jury accused him of a mistake.

Adam Ondra and Laura Rogora win gold in Briançon

The Czech Adam Ondra and the Italian Laura Rogora win the gold medal at the IFSC World Cup in Briançon, France.

IFSC World Cup Briançon 2020: information and live stream

The first IFSC World Cup of the season will take place in Briançon on August 21 and 22, 2020. Information and live stream about the lead competition can be found here.

IFSC postpones further competitions: Villars, Chamonix and Briançon

The IFSC has decided to postpone the IFSC competitions scheduled for July. The competition in Villars, Chamonix and Briançon are affected.


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