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History of Worldcups

Innsbruck can look back on a long World Cup history. Already in 1991 the first World Cup took place in Innsbruck, however only in the Lead discipline. After some years of waiting and other organizational challenges, the market place in Innsbruck with its breathtaking mountain scenery in the background became the venue for the spectacular Boulder World Cups from 2012 to 2014. In 2016 the Boulder World Cup took place in Innsbruck's Olympic Center for the first time, due to the ever growing number of spectators. 

After the Austrian Climbing Federation was busy organizing the Youth Climbing World Championships in 2017 and the Climbing World Championships in 2018, the World Cup format returned to Innsbruck in 2021. After the Austria Climbing Open 2021, another World Cup is going to take place from 21. - 26. June 2022. Three World Cups (Lead, Boulder, Paraclimbing) and a Speed European Cup will be combined in one event and in one venue.

2021 - Innsbruck
L
  • J. Garnbret, SLO
  • B. Raboutou, USA
  • A. NOGUCHI, JPN
  • J. Schubert, AUT
  • S. GHISOLFI, ITA
  • S. LEHMANN, SUI
2021 - Innsbruck
B
  • J. Garnbret, SLO
  • N. Grossman, USA
  • S. Gejo, SRB
  • Y. Ogata, JPN
  • T. Narasaki, JPN
  • K. Fujii, JPN
2016 - Innsbruck
B
  • S. Coxsey
  • J. Garnbret
  • M. Nonaka
  • J. Chon
  • T. Narasaki
  • S. Mc Coll
2014 - Innsbruck
B
  • S. Coxsey
  • A. Stöhr
  • A. Noguchi
  • K. Fischhuber
  • A. Ondra
  • R. Gelmanov
2013 - Innsbruck
B
  • J. Wurm
  • A. Stöhr
  • A. Noguchi
  • J. Hojer
  • D. Sharafutdinov
  • K. Fischhuber
2012 - Innsbruck
B
  • A. Stöhr
  • S. Coxsey
  • M. Le Neve
  • K. Fischhuber
  • R. Gelmanov
  • S. Mc Coll
1991 - Innsbruck
L
C
  • C. Durif
  • P. Klingler
  • M. Markovic
  • S. McColl
  • J. Hojer
  • A. Levier

IFSC Climbing World Cup + European Cup Innsbruck 2022