Climbing will make its official Olympic debut in Tokyo this year. The mainstream (non-climbing) media is lapping it up and we don’t blame them – climbing is pretty darn cool!
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A short edit of what life is like for the 4000 athletes competing at the 3rd Summer Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
David Naude and Angela Eckhardt leave tomorrow to represent South Africa in the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.
This is the first African Youth Cup and is taking place to select one male and one female to represent Africa and their Country at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games to be held in Buenos Aires.
After the initial excitement following the announcement of climbing’s inclusion in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, athletes are opening up about their anxieties regarding the fact that climbing will be included.
After much campaigning and support from the climbing community across the globe, climbing has been added to the roster of sports for the 2020 Olympics!
This week, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board supported a proposal to add five new sports to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
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”.
It’s either now or never: this is what is suggesting Marco Scolaris, the President of the IFSC, the international Federation of sport climbing.
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…