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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.
From June 30th to July 2nd, the world's best climbers will meet in Switzerland. The IFSC Lead & Speed World Cup takes place in Villars. We have put together all the important information, the program and the live stream for you.
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.
Janja Garnbret reported back to the competition in Innsbruck and secured the 33rd gold medal of her World Cup career with her victory. Colin Duffy wrote climbing history: The American was the first athlete to win both the Bouldering and the Lead World Cup at the same event.
With a big show in front of a home audience, Janja Garnbret won the Lead World Cup in Slovenia. In the men's category, the Japanese Masahiro Higuchi won. This also makes it clear who the overall winners are.
The Lead World Cup will take place in Kranj, Slovenia on September 3rd and 4th. Here you can find the program and the live streams of the competitions.
As a result of the ongoing corona pandemic, the International Climbing Association (IFSC) and the Chinese Mountain Sports Association (CMA) have decided to cancel the two planned World Cups. The American Natalia Grossmann is the big beneficiary of this decision.
The third Lead World Cup of the 2021 season ended yesterday evening in Chamonix, France, where the Italian Laura Rogora and the American Sean Bailey took first place in the women's and men's finals.
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Nicola Bertoldo and Diego Dellai open a new mixed route on the north face of Monte Agnèr: Ultima Perla (350m, 5+, M6, 50°).
The Swiss professional climber Cédric Lachat scores Chilam Balam (9a+/b), his 50th route in the ninth grade.