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Sport Climbing Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games


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Quota Qualification Event Notes
:AUT Austria Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Jakob Schubert
:CAN Canada Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Sean McColl
:CHN China Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Pan Yufei
:CZE Czech Republic Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Adam Ondra
:FRA France Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Bassa Mawem
:FRA France Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Mickael Mawem
:GER Germany Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Jan Hojer
:GER Germany Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Alexander Megos
:ITA Italy Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Ludovico Fossali
:JPN Japan Host Nation Kai Harada
:JPN Japan Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Tomoa Narasaki
:KAZ Kazakhstan Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Rishat Khaibullin
:ESP Spain Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Alberto Gines
:USA United States Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Nathaniel Coleman
:USA United States Sport Climbing IFSC American Championships 2020 Colin Duffy
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Quota Qualification Event Notes
:AUT Austria Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Jessica Pilz
:CAN Canada Sport Climbing IFSC American Championships 2020 Alannah Yip
:CHN China Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Song Yiling
:FRA France Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Julia Chanourdie
:GBR Great Britain Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Shauna Coxsey
:ITA Italy Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Laura Rogora
:JPN Japan Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Ai Mori
:JPN Japan Host Nation Akiyo Noguchi
:POL Poland Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Aleksandra Miroslaw
:RUS Russia Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Yulia Kaplina
:SLO Slovenia Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Janja Garnbret
:SLO Slovenia Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Mia Krampl
:SUI Switzerland Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Petra Klingler
:USA United States Sport Climbing IFSC Olympic Games Qualifier 2019 Kyra Condie
:USA United States Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2019 Brooke Raboutou
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Sport Climbing, IFSC Olympic Qualification Event

 

The IFSC Executive Board elected the city that will host the Olympic Qualifying event in 2019 ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.


Among four strong candidates (Chongqing, Los Angeles, Moscow and Toulouse) the Board chose the French city of Toulouse.

The “Federation Francaise de la Montagne et de l’Escalade” (FFME) presented a very detailed dossier, based on its experience in organising international events.
A special recognition goes to the other candidates: CFR, CMA and USAC.

 

Full news (in French):

https://www.ffme.fr/escalade/article/le-tournoi-de-qualification-olympique-en-france-en-2019.html

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Here are the lists of the directly qualifying events for Tokyo 2020:

 

2019 Combined World Championship, August 20-21, Tokyo :JPN

2019 World Olympic qualification event, November 28 - December 1, Toulouse :FRA

 

Regional qualification events will take place in 2020, specifically:

African qualification event, May 1-3, Johanesburg :RSA

Asian qualification event, May 18-24, Morioka, :JPN

European qualification event, April 16-18, Moscow, :RUS

PanAmerican qualification event, February 27 - March 1, Los Angeles, :USA

Oceanian qualification event, April 18-19, Sidney, :AUS

 

http://comiteolimpicoportugal.pt/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/IFSC-Sport-Climbing.pdf

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I assume South Africa is the best climbing nation in Africa... But are there any other nations? South Africa may likely reject the continental spots.

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38 minuti fa, dcro ha scritto:

I assume South Africa is the best climbing nation in Africa... But are there any other nations? South Africa may likely reject the continental spots.

 

South Africa is actually the only African Nation with a proper Sport Climbing Federation (even if their athletes never show up at world cup events nor got in the past any relevant result)...

this is the current situation:

https://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/about-ifsc/ifsc-structure/members-federations

which means that the African and Oceanian qualification events are basically a farce...:facepalm::wall:

unless...unless some French climber with African heritage (and there are some more than decent, if not really good) decides to opt for plan B and get a safe spot for the Olympics through his/her family ties...

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3 minuti fa, phelps ha scritto:

 

South Africa is actually the only African Nation with a proper Sport Climbing Federation (even if their athletes never show up at world cup events nor got in the past any relevant result)...

this is the current situation:

https://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/about-ifsc/ifsc-structure/members-federations

which means that the African and Oceanian qualification events are basically a farce...:facepalm::wall:

unless...unless some French climber with African heritage (and there are some more than decent, if not really good) decides to opt for plan B and get a safe spot for the Olympics through his/her family ties...

I didn't know Cambogia and Sri Lanka were in Africa

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3 minuti fa, AlFHg ha scritto:

I didn't know Cambogia and Sri Lanka were in Africa

:facepalm:

maybe someone at the IFSC should go back to school and study some geography...:rofl:

p.s. to be honest, i didn't notice that epic fail when I posted the link...I must have enjoyed too much (South African*) wine at lunch...:roflmao::facepalm:

 

*p.s. and trust me, they have a lot of very good wine in SAF...

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