The crowds descended on the Königsplatz in Munich, Germany, today as the European Championships Munich 2022 opened with qualification in the men’s Boulder and women’s Lead.
The Opening Ceremony for the European Championships Munich 2022 came spectacularly to life tonight inside the iconic Olympic Park in Germany’s third-largest city, setting the stage for Sport Climbing’s highly anticipated debut at the multi-sport event.
From 11 to 18 August at the European Championships Munich 2022 the continent's best climbers will be battling it out for medals and a chance to be crowned the European Champion.
At least 40 EBU Members will offer in-depth TV, radio, and digital coverage of the European Championships Munich 2022, the second edition of the multi-sport event taking place in the Bavarian city on 11 to 21 August.
The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) and the Korea Alpine Federation (KAF) are delighted to announce that the 32nd edition of the IFSC Climbing Youth World Championships will be held in South Korea from 19 to 27 August 2023.
Climbing has taken centre stage at the Bundesplatz in Bern, Switzerland, to mark one-year-to-go until the start of the 2023 International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Championships.
The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Lead World Cup Briançon 2022 came to a conclusion this evening, in the heart of the French Alps. In the twelfth consecutive year that an IFSC World Cup has been held in the city, Olympian Janja Garnbret, of Slovenia, and Jesse Grupper, of the USA, each climbed their way to victory and a gold medal.
The fourth Lead competition of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup Series 2022 kicked off today in Briançon, France. Following this morning’s qualification rounds, 26 men and 26 women competed in semi-finals this evening, with the USA’s Jesse Grupper and Japan’s Tanii Natsuki heading into tomorrow’s finals in first position.
The ninth stage of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup Series 2022 opened this morning at the Parc Des Sports in Briançon, France, where 165 climbers – 92 men and 73 women – gathered to compete in their fourth Lead event of the season.
The French city of Briançon is set to welcome the fourth Lead competition of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup Series 2022 this weekend, from 22 to 23 July. It is the twelfth consecutive year that an IFSC World Cup has been hosted in Briançon, with the city holding the sole World Cup during a pandemic-stricken 2020 season.
The World Games Birmingham 2022 came to a close today with medals confirmed across all the Sport Climbing disciplines – Boulder, Lead, and Speed.
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