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Rock Climbing gets cut from the Olympics

Climbing debuted as a demonstration sport at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Let’s first have a look at some the established events that uphold the Olympics ideals of “Faster, Higher, Stronger”.

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It’s now or never – The Olympic chances of sport climbing

It’s either now or never: this is what is suggesting Marco Scolaris, the President of the IFSC, the international Federation of sport climbing.

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Why Sport is Better Than Bouldering for the Olympics

Climbing is on the shortlist for inclusion in the 2020 Olympics. Whether or not this is “good” for climbing may still be a fun thing for the usual online amateurs to debate…

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Lead Climbing Only For 2020 Olympic Bid

The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) has announced that its bid for climbing to enter the 2020 Olympic Games will focus exclusively on lead climbing.

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Why Climbing Should Be in the Olympics

The International Olympic Committee is set to add a new sport for the 2020 Summer Games, and climbing is on the shortlist. Here’s why the Olympics needs it.

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Climbing in the Olympics?

On February 12, the full session of the International Olympic Committee formally recognized the International Federation of Sport Climbing, two years after the ISCF was granted provisional recognition.

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