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IFSC Climbing World Championships

The IFSC Climbing World Championships are the biennial world championships for International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC). This event determines the male and female world champions in the three disciplines of sport climbing: lead climbing, bouldering and speed climbing.

The first event was organized in Frankfurt in 1991.

History

In 1991, the UIAA (UIAA to take charge of competitions.[1]

A new discipline was introduced in the 2001 world championship: bouldering. In 2007, the independent IFSC was created as a continuation of the ICC to govern Competition Climbing.

In 2012 the World Championships were shifted to even years with a double interest: avoiding interference with the 2013 World Games climbing event and giving a supplementary opportunity to demonstrate the sport for a possible integration into the 2020 Olympic Games.

Championships

Year Location Date(s) Disciplines Athletes Nations Website Notes
number lead speed boulder para
1991 Frankfurt 2 October 2 110 22 [2]
1993 Innsbruck 30 April 2 127 23 [3]
1995 Geneva 6 May 2 135 24 [4]
1997 Paris 1 February 2 153 26 [5]
1999 Birmingham 3 December 2 180 30 [6]
2001 Winterthur 5-8 September 3 198 25 [7]
2003 Chamonix 9-13 July 3 241 34 [8]
2005 Munich 1-5 July 3 318 51 [9]
2007 Avilés 17–23 September 3 302 50 [10]
2009 Xining 30 June-5 July 4 219 44 [11]
2011 Arco 15–24 July 4 374 56 [12]
2012 Paris 12–16 September 4 331 56 [13]
2014 Munich 21-23 August 1 509 52 [1] [14]
Gijón 8–14 September 3 [2]
2016 Paris 4 [15]
2018 Innsbruck 4 [15]

Men's Results

Lead

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1991 François Legrand Yuji Hirayama Guido Köstermeyer
1993 François Legrand Stefan Glowacz Yuji Hirayama
1995 François Legrand Arnaud Petit Elie Chevieux
1997 François Petit Chris Sharma François Legrand
1999 Bernardino Lagni Yuji Hirayama Maksym Petrenko
2001 Gérome Pouvreau Tomáš Mrázek François Petit
2003 Tomáš Mrázek Patxi Usobiaga Lakunza David Caude
2005 Tomáš Mrázek Patxi Usobiaga Lakunza Alexandre Chabot
2007 Ramón Julián Puigblanque Patxi Usobiaga Lakunza Cédric Lachat
Tomáš Mrázek
Jorg Verhoeven
2009 Patxi Usobiaga Lakunza Adam Ondra David Lama
2011 Ramón Julián Puigblanque Jakob Schubert Adam Ondra
2012 Jakob Schubert Sean McColl Adam Ondra
2014 Adam Ondra Ramón Julián Puigblanque Sachi Amma

Bouldering

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2001 Mauro Calibani Frédéric Tuscan Christian Core
2003 Christian Core Jérôme Meyer Tomasz Oleksy
2005 Salavat Rakhmetov Kilian Fischhuber Gérome Pouvreau
2007 Dmitri Sarafutdinov Martin Stranik Cédric Lachat
2009 Alexey Rubtsov Rustam Gelmanov David Barrans
2011 Dmitri Sarafutdinov Adam Ondra Rustam Gelmanov
2012 Dmitri Sarafutdinov Kilian Fischhuber Rustam Gelmanov
2014 Adam Ondra Jerner Kruder Jan Hojer

Speed

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Hans Florine Jacky Godoffe Kairat Rakhmetov
1993 Vladimir Netsvetaev Serik Kazbekov Yevgen Kryvosheytsev
1995 Andrey Vedenmeer Milan Benian Vladimir Netsvetaev
1997 Daniel Andrada Yevgen Kryvosheytsev Dmitri Bytchkov
1999 Vladimir Zakharov Vladimir Netsvetaev Alexei Gadeev
2001 Maksym Styenkovyy Vladimir Zakharov Tomasz Oleksy
2003 Maksym Styenkovyy Tomasz Oleksy Alexander Peshekhonov
2005 Evgenii Vaitcekhovskii Maksym Styenkovyy Sergei Sinitcyn
2007 Qixin Zhong Manuel Escobar Sergei Sinitcyn
2009 Qixin Zhong Alexandr Nigmatulin Ivan Novikov
2011 Qixin Zhong Stanislav Kokorin Danylo Boldyrev
2012 Qixin Zhong Libor Hroza Dmitrii Timofeev

Women's Results

Lead

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Susi Good Isabelle Patissier Robyn Erbesfield
1993 Susi Good Robyn Erbesfield Isabelle Patissier
1995 Robyn Erbesfield Laurence Guyon Liv Sansoz
1997 Liv Sansoz Muriel Sarkany Marietta Uhden
1999 Liv Sansoz Muriel Sarkany Elena Ovtchinnikova
2001 Martina Cufar Muriel Sarkany Chloé Minoret
2003 Muriel Sarkany Emilie Pouget Sandrine Levet
2005 Angela Eiter Emily Harrington Akiyo Noguchi
2007 Angela Eiter Muriel Sarkany Maja Vidmar
2009 Johanna Ernst Jain Kim Maja Vidmar
2011 Angela Eiter Jain Kim Magdalena Röck
2012 Angela Eiter Jain Kim Johanna Ernst
2014 Jain Kim Mina Markovic Magdalena Röck

Bouldering

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2001 Myriam Motteau Sandrine Levet Nataliya Perlova
2003 Sandrine Levet Nataliya Perlova Fanny Rogeaux
2005 Olga Shalagina Yulia Abramchuk Vera Kotasova-Kostruhova
2007 Anna Stöhr Akiyo Noguchi Olga Bibik
2009 Yulia Abramchuk Olga Shalagina Anna Stöhr
2011 Anna Stöhr Sasha DiGiulian Juliane Wurm
2012 Mélanie Sandoz Olga Iakovleva Anna Stöhr
2014 Juliane Wurm Alex Puccio Akiyo Noguchi

Speed

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Isabelle Dorsimond Agnès Brard Venera Chereshneva
1993 Olga Bibik Isabelle Dorsimond Renata Piszczek
1995 Natalie Richer Cecile Avezou Renata Piszczek
1997 Tatiana Ruyga Irina Zaytseva Olga Bibik
1999 Olga Zakharova Olena Ryepko Natalia Novikova
2001 Olena Ryepko Mayya Piratinskaya Svetlana Sutkina
2003 Olena Ryepko Tatiana Ruyga Valentina Yurina
2005 Olena Ryepko Valentina Yurina Edyta Ropek
2007 Tatiana Ruyga Edyta Ropek Valentina Yurina
2009 Cuilian He Cuifang He Chunhua Li
2011 Mariia Krasavina Anna Tsyganova Tamara Kuznetsova
2012 Yuliya Levochkina Iuliia Kaplina Natalia Titova

See also

References

  1. ^ "Climbing Competitions' History". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 12 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "UIAA World Championship - Frankfurt 1991". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  3. ^ "UIAA World Championship - Innsbruck 1993". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  4. ^ "UIAA World Championship - Genève 1995". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  5. ^ "UIAA World Championship - Paris 1997". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  6. ^ "UIAA World Championship - Birmingham (GBR) 1999". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  7. ^ "UIAA World Championship - Winterthur (SUI) 2001". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  8. ^ "UIAA Worldchampionship - Chamonix (FRA) 2003". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  9. ^ "UIAA World Championship - Munich (GER) 2005". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  10. ^ "IFSC Climbing World Championship (L + B + S) - Aviles (ESP) 2007". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  11. ^ "IFSC Climbing World Championships - Qinghai (CHN) 2009". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  12. ^ "IFSC Climbing World Championships - Arco (ITA) 2011". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  13. ^ "IFSC Climbing World Championship - Paris (FRA) 2012". ifsc-climbing.org. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  14. ^ http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/world-competition/world-championships
  15. ^ a b "Next IFSC World Championships Announcement". Retrieved 5 March 2014. 

External links

  • Calendar of IFSC competitions
  • IFSC rules book 2013
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