The next IFSC World Cup will be a solo Bouldering competition held in Toronto (Hamilton)  from May 31 to June 1, after a well deserved two-week break for the athletes. 

The first North American competition also marks the start of the second half of the 2014 IFSC Boulder World Cup season. The season is shaping up to be quite suspenseful, and this second half will be one to watch.

For results from the first World Cup see here.

For results from the second World Cup see here.

article continues after advertisement

For results from the third World Cup see here.

For results from the fourth World Cup see here.

This week we will be looking back at the 2013 Toronto World Cup, be sure to check back for photos and highlights from Ontario’s first World Cup.

Team Canada

Team Canada 2013

Provisional program

Saturday, May 31

9 a.m. – Bouldering qualification for men

4 p.m. – Bouldering qualification for women

Sunday, June 1

11 a.m. – Bouldering semi final for men & women

5 p.m. – Bouldering final for men & women


Any climbing fans who can’t be on site at a given World Cup competition will be able to watch the event live streaming on our homepage. We are also present on Twitter during the events, so reach out to us using the hashtag #IFSCwc