Toda la informacion pronto disponible / All information soon available
Los campeonatos mundiales en Munich y Gijón llegan rápido.
Aunque la fecha límite para la solicitud del programa de solidaridad se halla pasado, podria haber ciertas plazas aún disponibles.
Información sobre el programa aquí
Click here to know more about the IFSC Solidarity Program.
Both Event Organizers (EOs) will provide free accommodation for a fixed number of Athletes.
Rooms will be allocated according to the following continental distribution:
Oceania 2 4
Asia 3 16
Africa 2 4
Europe 0 10
Panamerica 3 16
Athletes will be accommodated in multi-bedded rooms.
The IFSC will support travel costs for a maximum of 750€/country.
Money will be given directly to the Athletes after the events and, in any case, only if the selected Athletes finally compete in the World Championships.
Funds will be allocated according to the following continental distribution:
If you think your Federation is eligible for the Solidarity Program, send the names of the Athletes to your Continental Council President:
Deadline for submitting the list is June 15th
Please provide an equal number of males and females.
José Perurena commented after the election, “Thank you very much for your trust. Together we will take The World Games to the next level.” The World Games 2017 in Wroclaw, Poland will be the first edition under the responsibility of the new President.
While outlining his goals for the IWGA, Perurena added, “My plan for the future years is having an agreement with the IOC to use our multisports event for the possible alternatives of the future sports that go to the Olympics.”
Perurena is also President of the International Canoe Federation, which had two disciplines, Canoe Polo and Canoe Marathon, in the World Games 2013 in Cali, Colombia.
The IFSC wishes to congratulate the new IWGA President, and we look forward to seeing where he leads the World Games!
The 9th IFSC Plenary Assembly, hosted by the Fédération Française de la Montagne et de l’Escalade (FFME), just ended in Paris.
The President of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC), Marco Maria SCOLARIS, and the President of the Fédération Française de la Montagne et de l’Escalade (FFME), Pierre YOU, unveiled the goals of Sport Climbing and the IFSC in 2014.
A few months after the selection of the new sports to be included in the 2020 Olympic Games, both presidents took a step back and gave their point of view on the future of Sport Climbing in the coming years. Marco Scolaris said: “The 2020 bid was a great dream… and we woke up in China, where the next Youth Olympic Games 2014 will take place, and where Sport Climbing and Roller sports have been included as demonstration sports. This is a sign that apart from all the political issues, the IOC seems to have been positively impacted by the presentation made by our team and by the sport itself.” With this opportunity to be a demonstration sport at the YOG, Sport Climbing will benefit from extended international media coverage, allowing it to build its reputation and credibility.
Marco Scolaris followed up, “It’s not over yet. We must continue to work hard to show to the IOC that Sport Climbing is an Olympic sport. Its inclusion would benefit all parties, not only the sport and its athletes, but also the IOC. We have to impress this upon them by putting on a great show in Nanjing at the 2014 YOG.”
La IFSC-PAC les desea a todos una feliz navidad y un prospero año 2011.
The IFSC-PAC wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a prosperous 2011.