IFSC CLIMBING WORLD CUP CHAMONIX 2014: KIM & AMMA SECURE CHAMONIX VICTORIES IN RAINY CONDITIONS
Site of the first Winter Olympics in 1924 and one of the oldest ski resorts in France, Chamonix hosted the first European stop in the 2014 IFSC Lead World Cup series, with a dual Lead and Speed competition this July 10 - 12, 2014
The city that Mark Twaight dubbed "the death - sport capital of the world" lived up to its promise of adrenaline -pumping sensations minus the danger with the world’s top speed and lead climbers pushing their limits in extreme rainy conditions this weekend in Chamonix!
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IFSC CLIMBING WORLD CUP HAIYANG 2014 : 3 DISCIPLINES, 6 POD IUMS FOR A GREAT ASIAN SHOW
This last Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 20 - 22, the 2014 IFSC Boulder World Cup Series pulled into its penultimate stop in Haiyang, China, while the 2014 Lead series kicked off and the Speed series picked up again after Baku!
The competition is the IFSC’s first of three - discipline World Cup of 2014, and there's sure to be something for everyone in the beachfront city of Haiyang!
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Sport Climbing to be Showcased Sport at the Youth Olympic Games 2014
Fantastic news, the IFSC is extremely proud to announce that sport climbing will be present in the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China from August 17-27th as a showcased sport.
The countries to represent Sport Climbing are Austria, Australia, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Korea, Russia, South Africa, and the United States of America, who were nominated by their National Federations and selected by the IFSC Executive Board.
To read more please follow the link: http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/news/latest-news/item/464-sport-climbing-to-be-showcased-sport-at-the-youth-olympic-games-2014
IFSC CLIMBING WORLD CUP TORONTO 2014: NOGUCHI & GLAIRON MONDET TOP PODIUM FOR JAPAN & FRANCE
This Saturday and Sunday, May 31-June 1, the 2014 IFSC Boulder World Cup Series hopped across the Atlantic to Hamilton, a small city outside of Toronto, Canada.
The second half of the Boulder season started off with a bang and with a surprise win by France’s Guillaume Glairon Mondet and a long-awaited
To read more follow the link: http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/images/media-centre/press-releases/2014_Toronto_Postevent.pdf
IFSC Climbing World Cup Innsbruck 2014 Press Release
This Friday and Saturday, May16-17, took the IFSC World Cup Series to Innsbruck, Austria.
With phenomenal atmosphere and thousands of fans gathered at the marktplatz in the city center, the competition was both festive and full of fearsome competition.
To read more on this event please follow the link below: 2014 Innsbruck Postevent