The IFSC Climbing World Cup Innsbruck (Austria) for Lead and Boulder will take place in one event at the Innsbruck Climbing Center from 22th of June - 26th of June 2022.

Get ready for IFSC Climbing Worldcup Innsbruck 2022

We will broadcast the qualifications live on this page.


Wednesday, 22 June:

9:00 AM   Boulder qualifications

Saturday, 25 June:
9:00 AM   Lead qualifications

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BLACK DIAMOND TEAM ATHLETES AT INNSBRUCK WORLD CUP:

Natalia Grossman was born in Santa Cruz, California, and started climbing at the age of six. Nine years later, she moved to Boulder, Colorado, in order to pursue her climbing career. She knew that she wanted to become a professional climber and that Colorado had multiple resources that could help her achieve her goals. 

Natalia has been competing since she was seven years old and has won multiple national events and has competed in international competitions. Although she focuses on competition climbing, she has started to spend more time climbing outdoors and has recently sent several V13s. 

Natalia enjoys climbing and all the experiences it has brought her. She loves traveling the world while competing and gaining new experiences, meeting new people, and pushing herself both mentally and physically. In addition to being a passionate athlete, Natalia enjoys devoting her time to academics. She enjoys helping others and she is currently attending the University of Colorado Boulder, where she is majoring in psychology to one day become a therapist. 

The airnet harness is the lightest harness I have ever tried. It is extremely comfortable and it is perfect for competitions and training.

- Natalia Grossman

Natalia Grossman smiling

Colin Duffy is a rock climber from Broomfield, Colorado. His passion for rock climbing began at a fitness center at age five. He later began climbing competitively and outdoors at age eight. Colin is a 10-time USAC youth national champion across all disciplines. He won gold medals in lead climbing at the 2017 and 2018 IFSC Youth World Championships followed by a silver medal in lead in 2019. In 2020, he won the IFSC Pan American Championships and became the fourth, and youngest member of the U.S. Olympic climbing team. Colin also enjoys the freedom and spirit of climbing outdoors. His biggest outdoor accomplishment to date was a single day in the Red River Gorge when he sent both Pure Imagination (5.14c) and Southern Smoke (5.14c). Along with this, he’s sent numerous V13 boulders and has his sights set on several new projects.

The Airnet Harness -- I’ve worn Black Diamond harnesses exclusively my entire climbing career and when I first began using the Airnet Harness I was amazed at how light and comfortable it is

- Colin Duffy