The 2023 International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Seoul Sport Climbing Youth World Championships (World Youth Championships) will take place from 18-27 July at the Seoul Mountain Culture Experience Centre in Noeul Park, Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Organised by the Korea Mountaineering Federation and the IFSC, with the Seoul Metropolitan Government as a sponsor, the event will feature lead, bouldering and speed events for men and women in the Junior (18-19 years), Youth A (16-17 years) and Youth B (14-15 years) categories The event is officially sponsored by Shinhan Financial Group, The North Face, Climb Korea, Emo Live and OKF, and supported by Butora, Magma and SM CLIMB With 765 athletes (596 athletes, 169 managers and coaches) from 스포츠토토존 45 countries around the world, the Youth World Championships is an international competition to identify promising sport climbing talent Last year’s Youth World Championships, held in Dallas, Texas, USA, saw Kim Chae-young (KUMPAJUNG) win the Women’s Lead Youth B event and Oh Ga-young (LIT) take bronze in the Women’s Lead Youth A event’ Rock Empress’ Kim Jain, who has won a record 30 gold medals in women’s lead events at the IFSC World Cup Series, and Lee Do-hyun, who won bronze in men’s bouldering at the 2023 IFSC World Championships, also gained international experience at the Youth World Championships “We will endeavour to create a successful international event where promising sport climbing talents can grow and develop further,” said Son Joong-ho, President of the Korea Mountain Federati

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