Keyword: IFSC Bouldering World Cup
The Czech professional climber Adam Ondra returned to the competition circuit at the beginning of June at the IFSC World Cup in Prague. His debut could hardly have gone better. He wins silver in front of a home crowd and competes in what he will remember as one of the most intense of his career.
From June 9th to 11th, 2023, Brixen in South Tyrol will become an international bouldering stronghold. For three days, the climbing elite will compete at the IFSC Boulder World Cup. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
At the IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Hachioji, the men's podium is firmly in Franco-Belgian hands. Mejdi Schalck secures the second World Cup gold of his career, teammate Paul Jenft wins bronze. Between the two ended up Hannes Van Duysen, who gave Belgium its first World Cup podium with his silver medal.
At the first IFSC Bouldering World Cup of the season in Hachioji, Japan, the American Brooke Raboutou wins gold and thus the first World Cup medal of her career. Hannah Meul secures the silver medal and thus seamlessly follows on from her successes of the past competition season. Place goes to the Japanese Anon Matsufuji.
From April 8th to 10th, the climbing elite will meet for the first Bouldering World Cup of the season in the Haslital climbing hall in the Bernese Oberland. The IFSC Climbing World Cup in Meiringen kicks off the competition season. Here you will find the most important information and live streams for the competition.
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