The first IFSC World Cup (discipline bouldering) of the season will take place in Meiringen on April 16 and 17, 2021.
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.
The successful bodybuilder and physique athlete Anabolic Horse challenged Adam Ondra to a duel. In the following video, the two of them go through different strength exercises.
A few weeks ago the IFSC announced the implementation of the first competition of the season in Meiringen. The first competitions, namely in Wujiang and Seoul, have already been postponed.
After weeks of uncertainty, it is now clear - in mid-April, Meiringen will be climbing again at the highest level. If the epidemiological situation allows, the world's best athletes will meet on April 16 and 17, 2021 for the first World Cup of the 2021 season in Haslital.
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?
The Japanese Mountaineering and Climbing Association has filed a lawsuit with the International Court of Justice - and has been dismissed.
The IOC confirmed that sport climbing will take part in the Summer Olympics in Paris in 2024 - and in a separate competitive mode.
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 climbing and paraclimbing world championships will be held in Bern in 2023. The IFSC decided this a few days ago.
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?