All you need to know about IFSC Climbing World Cup

by Keven S. Reinhart
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The IFSC Climbing World Cup is the premier international competitive climbing event, featuring the world’s best climbers. Stay up to date on the latest news, results, and highlights from the World Cup circuit.

IFSC Climbing World Cup Preview:

Beginning on September 24 and continuing until September 26, the event will be held.
This year, the IFSC Climbing Worth Cup will take place in Indonesia from September 24 to the 26th. Only the speed and Lead divisions will be contested in this year’s World Cup. Competitors will come from all around the world to take part in the competition in Bali, Indonesia.

The sport debuted at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and quickly became a fan favorite. Athletes can compete in one of three divisions:

1. Speed

2. Lead

3. Bouldering

The champions of the Olympics are determined by totaling their scores across all competitions. As a result of positive feedback, the International Olympic Committee has decided to separate the medal ceremonies for speed and (lead+bouldering) in the 2024 Paris Games. Now there are two gold medals up for grabs in each gender; the competitors can really bring it home.

Famous Indian climber Bharath Periera competed in the 2018 Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires. At the age of 17, Bharath won the Youth Asian Championships and earned a spot in the Youth Olympics.

Live Broadcasting of IFSC Climbing World Cup

Live coverage will be available on the Youtube channel run by the International Federation of Sport Climbing.

For an Alternative watch, you can visit Paramount Plus

It was announced that nine (9) athletes from the Jakarta PON Pelatda have resigned during the chaos of the Indonesian Rock Climbing World Championships (IFSC World Cup Climbing) on September 24–26, 2022.

Friday, September 23, 2022, as cited from the account ig.AsparJaelolo, “two” athletes from the DKI Jakarta PON Pelatda who are members of the National Training of Red and White have resigned by submitting letters of resignation signed by themselves.

With only one day left until the start of the World Rock Climbing Championship, numerous competitors have already withdrawn from the Grand Event. With any luck, it won’t derail any of the Pelatnas athletes’ efforts to train for the next “IFSC World Cup Climbing 2022.”

The global championship, in which 27 countries will take part and which will be hosted by Indonesia, will go off on September 24 of that year.

According to a post on Aspar Jaelolo’s Instagram from Friday, September 23/2022, members of the DKI Jakarta Pelatda are helping the Indonesian national team prepare for the upcoming rock climbing world championship.

Supposedly nine DKI Jakarta Pelatda athletes have resigned because of the haughtiness of FPTI DKI Jakarta administration and the head coach who slashed the Athletes’ Rights budget (Pelatda Athletes Salaries).

Because of this, nine athletes unanimously decided to leave Pelatda.

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Athletes who have withdrawn from the IFSC Climbing World Cup

Aspar Jaelolo

Zaenal Arifin

Abdul Rahman


Gunawan, Almando Fiore

Nur Alvita Rahma

Clinica Nurul Aisya

Salma Asyhuri Gunawan

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