IFSC Speed ​​World Cup Jakarta | Info & live stream

Jakarta is all about speed on May 6th and 7th. The second IFSC Speed ​​World Cup of the 2023 season is on the agenda. Here you will find all important information, the program and the live stream.

The Indonesian speed specialists will have the upcoming weekend marked in their calendar: The second weekend is in their state capital IFSC Speed ​​World Cup of the season.

Veddriq Leonardo, overall World Cup winner 2022 and current No. 1 in the world rankings, demonstrated his top form last weekend in Seoul. For the women, the Pole Aleksandra Miroslaw flanked by several world records dominated the start of the season. The two will no doubt be in contention for the podium in Jakarta.

Program IFSC Speed ​​World Cup Jakarta 2023

Schedule (UTC+7:00)

  • Saturday, 6th May 2023
    speed qualifications
  • Sunday 7. May 2023
    20:00 speed finals
Indonesian world record holder Veddriq Leonard at the IFSC Speed ​​World Cup in Seoul. Image: Dimitris Tosidis/IFSC
Indonesian world record holder Veddriq Leonard at the IFSC Speed ​​World Cup in Seoul. Picture: Dimitris Tosidis/IFSC

Important information about the live streams

The semi-finals and finals of the men's and women's competitions will be broadcast live worldwide on the IFSC YouTube channel streamed. However, this does not apply to countries within Europe. As communicated last year, the International Sport Climbing Federation is one Cooperation with the paid streaming platform Discovery+ received.

Accordingly, viewers in Europe can watch the semi-finals and finals live Discovery + and / or the Eurosport Player track, provided they buy a corresponding subscription. Those who cannot or do not want to do this have no choice but to wait a day. Each round will be available to watch for free on the Olympic Channel 24 hours later.

Live Stream IFSC Speed ​​World Cup Seoul 2023

Speed ​​qualification

speed finals

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