How To Watch the IFSC World Cup Salt Lake City 2024

World Cup season came stateside this week, with the IFSC World Cup Salt Lake City 2024 kicking off on Friday, May 3! Hosted at USA Climbing’s own National Training Center, the third World Cup of the season will feature the Boulder and Speed disciplines.

USA Climbing Athletes Who Are Competing

Men’s Boulder

  • Charles Barron
  • Dillon Countryman
  • Colin Duffy (Qualified for Semi-Final)
  • Zach Galla
  • Ben Hanna (Qualified for Semi-Final)
  • Simon Hibbeler
  • Hugo Hoyer
  • Nathan Sato
  • Adam Shahar

Women’s Boulder

  • Adriene Akiko Clark
  • Kyra Condie (Qualified for Semi-Final)
  • Kylie Cullen (Qualified for Semi-Final)
  • Helen Gillett
  • Natalia Grossman (Qualified for Semi-Final)
  • Sienna Perez
  • Brooke Raboutou (Qualified for Semi-Final)
  • Annie Sanders (Qualified for Semi-Final)
  • Nekaia Sanders
  • Analise Van Hoang

Men’s Speed

  • Noah Bratschi
  • John Brosler
  • Merritt Ernsberger
  • Zach Hammer
  • Michael Hom
  • Evan Homan
  • Thomas Lin
  • Logan Miner
  • Lucas Vales
  • Samuel Watson

Women’s Speed

  • Kaitlyn Bone
  • Sophia Curcio
  • Emma Hunt
  • Piper Kelly
  • Kailer Kordewick
  • Micaela Patajo
  • Isis Rothfork
  • Liberty Runnels
  • Sydney Williams

How To Watch

You can watch the IFSC World Cup Salt Lake City 2024 live (or on-demand at any time after the event) on the IFSC YouTube Channel. It all starts with the Men’s Boulder Semi-Final round, streaming at 9:55 a.m. MT on Saturday, May 4. Reference the IFSC’s “live” tab for the most up-to-date stream times. You can also find the latest competition news on the IFSC website and social media channels.

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