Both Slovenian World Cup winners at this season’s World Cup in Koper

After the huge crowds, great atmosphere, and further Slovenian medals at last year's event, the World Cup circuit returns to Koper once again. We'll see a strong Slovenian team with as many as twenty-one climbers, headed by Janja Garnbret and Vita Lukan, who both have World Cup wins under their belt this season.

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World Cup Koper 2023 is coming soon: Tickets already on sale.

Only two months separate us from one of the biggest sports events of the year - the World Cup in Sport Climbing Koper 2023. At this premier sports event, the elite of the best climbers from all over the world will come together once again. We are pleased to announce that tickets are already available!

Luka Potočar wins gold and Janja Garnbret wins silver at the first-ever World Cup in Koper

In front of his home crowd, Luka Potočar showed he's in great shape by winning his first World Cup gold medal in Koper. Janja Garnbret, the best Slovenian female climber, won silver, adding another medal for Slovenia. The huge crowd gave all the athletes a bit of extra energy and drive and made for a wonderful atmosphere.


World Cup event with the best Slovenian sport climbers at the new venue in Koper

After twenty-five years of organizing elite-level sport climbing events in Kranj, the next World Cup will be held in the coastal town of Koper. This year, for the first time ever, the 26th World Cup event will be held at the outside wall of the Koper - Plus Climbing centre on the 2nd and 3rd September 2022. As many as 123 climbers from twenty-four countries will take part, including the 17-strong Slovenian team with the European champion Janja Garnbret.


Second win for Janja Garnbret in Kranj and first podium for Luka Potočar

Olympic gold medallist Janja Garnbret won the 31st World Cup gold medal of her career and her second at the IFSC Lead World Cup Kranj. Young Luka Potočar, who's having an excellent season, claimed his first podium finish. "From the semi-finals on, the Zlato Polje Sports Hall hosted another wonderful event. Six Slovenians in the finals! That's truly incredible," said Luka Fonda, Slovenia Climbing Team coach.

Thursday, September 5th
Technical meeting 19:00
Friday, September 6th
women & men
women and men
Saturday, September 7th
Awards Ceremony (after finals)
Program on stands and music program with DJ22:00

IFSC Climbing Worldcup Standings

IFSC Climbing Worldcup 2019 (LEAD)

Women Men National Team Ranking

Videos from competition 2021

Semi-finals Men / Women 2021

Finals Men / Women 2021

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IFSC Climbing Worldcup, Kranj

Zlato polje hall
Kidričeva cesta 55, SI-Kranj