The IFSC African Qualifier in Pretoria, South Africa, selected the top-eight climbers in the men’s Boulder & Lead event at the end of an exciting semi-final round.
After presenting two home climbers with a ticket to the Paris Olympics, day one of the IFSC African Qualifier in Pretoria, South Africa, concluded with the second phase of the women’s Boulder & Lead semi-final.
A warm, long-awaited sun blessed the qualification and final rounds of the Speed events in Pretoria, South Africa, where the IFSC African Qualifier commenced today, 7 December, just outside of the Loftus Versfeld Stadium.
The fifth and conclusive Continental Qualifier of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Season 2023 is about to commence in Pretoria, South Africa, where 44 athletes from four countries – Mauritius, Nigeria, South Africa, and Uganda – will battle for the four Olympic quota places up for grabs at the event.
Representative of the IFSC Sport Department attended the 2023 edition of Halls & Walls, the trade fair for the Climbing industry, took place in Friedrichshafen, Germany on 24 and 25 November.
Curtains closed on the NEOM Beach Games 2023, as the NEOM IFSC Masters awarded its final medals in the women’s and men’s Speed events.
New Zealand will have its first country representatives at an Olympic Games Climbing competition as Julian David and Sarah Tetzlaff win the Speed Oceania qualifiers in Melbourne, Australia.
Two more names have been added to the Paris 2024 Boulder & Lead start lists, and they belong to the Australian climbers Oceania Mackenzie and Campbell Harrison.
The Ukrainian flag waved at the top of the podium in NEOM, Saudi Arabia, where the IFSC Masters awarded its second medal in the women’s Boulder event.
Olympic qualification is once again in focus this weekend for the IFSC as Melbourne, Australia hosts the Oceania qualifier event where four Paris 2024 tickets will be claimed.
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