From July 7th to 9th, 2023, the world's best climbers will meet in Chamonix for the IFSC Lead and Speed World Cup. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
The past competition weekend in Villars was all about records: Jakob Schubert secured his 20th World Cup gold with his victory and is now the record holder with 23 World Cup medals in the men's category. Janja Garnbret won Villars for the seventh time in a row. For the Slovenian it is the 25th gold medal and the 40th World Cup medal. Who do you think will make it onto the podium at the IFSC Lead & Speed World Cup in Chamonix?
In the starting field there are many athletes with potential for a podium place, including Jessica mushroom, Adam Ondra, Mejdi Schalck, Hamish McArthur, Hannah Meul, Alexander Megos., Laura Rogora or Janja Garnbret.
Program IFSC Lead & Speed World Cup Chamonix 2023
- Friday, 7th July 2023
- Saturday, 8th of July 2023
09:00 Qualifications Lead
21:00 Finals Speed
- Sunday, 9th July 2023
10:00 Semifinals Lead
20:30 Final Lead Men
21:30 Final Lead Women
Livestream IFSC Lead & Speed World Cup Chamonix 2023
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 in 2021, the International Sport Climbing Federation is one Cooperation with the paid streaming platform Discovery+ received.
For those who can't or don't want to do that, you have two options: You can wait a day, as each round will be available to watch for free on the Olympic Channel 24 hours later. Or they get a VPN client such as NordVPN and watch all World Cups in real time from now on.
Live stream semifinals lead
Live Stream Finals Lead
Live Stream Finals Speed
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