Innsbruck in Austria is an iconic stage on the IFSC's World Cup circuit. This year the city was host to the final Boulder event of the year and the first Lead event of the year—in the same weekend. While this was no doubt exhausting for the athletes, it meant lots of climbing to watch for spectators.
After time away in Asia and then the Salt Lake City double-header, the circuit now returns to the European Alps for the next six events.
NiBS has returned to Queenstown in 2022 for a cracking first round held at Basecamp...
The IFSC again held back-to-back World Cup competitions at Salt Lake City this year …
The La Sportiva National Lead and Para-climbing Championships returned to Auckland's Extreme Edge Panmure gym...
The IFSC World Cup series continued in Salt Lake City over the weekend, the first...
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New Zealand Paraclimber, Rachel Māia, finally got to compete in the IFSC World Cup AL2...
The second leg of the IFSC World Cup competition climbing calendar took place in Seoul...
This weekend, the first IFSC World Cup event for 2022 kicks off in Meiringen, Switzerland.
The UIAA Ice Climbing World Championships for 2022 were recently held at Saas Fee, Switzerland.
Climbing New Zealand held the 2021 Open Bouldering National Championships at Christchurch's Uprising gym on...