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Welcoming the Future – IFSC Plenary Assembly 2019

The 14th annual IFSC Plenary Assembly took place this week in Tokyo, Japan, and the agenda consisted of updates on Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, gender equality, Paraclimbing development and more. “2019 is a milestone period for Sport...

2019 IFSC Plenary Assembly kicks off in Tokyo

Representatives from IFSC Member Federations including Australia (SCA), Germany (DAV), Great Britain (BMC), Nepal (NMA), and host nation Japan (JMSCA) to name a few, as well as IFSC staff and Board members arrived at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel...

IFSC President Meets BMC President at the CWIF 2019

On the occasion of the CWIF (Climbing Works International Festival) 2019, one of the UK’s top Bouldering competitions which sees international Athletes go head to head with members of the British public, IFSC President Marco Maria Scolaris visited...

Applications Open for the 2020 and 2021 IFSC World Cups

Applications are now open for the 2020 and 2021 World Cup seasons and this year, National Federations can apply to host a World Cup in two seasons via the same application. In previous years applications for host...

2019 Athlete Licence Registrations Open

The IFSC is pleased to announce that registrations are now open for the 2019 Athlete Licence. National Federations may now submit licence applications on behalf of Athletes and Team Officials here. Please note that all Athletes wishing...

Sport Climbing Proposed for Olympic Games Paris 2024!

In the year preceding Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and following Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018, Sport Climbing and the IFSC have reached another milestone on the Olympic journey. During a press conference today in Paris, France,...

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