Back to News The 2022 IFSC World Cup season starts Friday in Meiringen, Switzerland. The Bouldering World Cup begins April 8 with qualifying followed by women’s semis and finals on Saturday, April 9 and men’s semis and finals on Sunday, April 10. Team USA is sending the strong team below and the full list of international athletes can be found here. Cloe Coscoy Melina Costanza Kylie Cullen Natalia Grossman Maya Madere Quinn Mason Brooke Raboutou Sean Bailey Nathaniel Coleman Colin Duffy Ross Fulkerson Jesse Grupper Ben Hanna There are several ways to follow the action and cheer for Team USA and the world’s best competition climbers. Livestreams – The IFSC will livestream semis and finals on their YouTube page. You can watch live at the times below or on-demand at any time post event. All start times are Mountain. Saturday, April 9 Women’s Semis, 3am MDT Women’s Finals, 10am MDT Sunday, April 10 Men’s Semis, 3am MDT Men’s Finals, 8am MDT App & Mobile – For live scores and results, download the IFSC app for iOS or Android or follow live scoring here. Social Media – Follow the IFSC’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for event coverage and USA Climbing’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for Team USA updates and results. Who are the athletes to watch this year? Get Climbing‘s take here and here. If you want more than livesteams, remote updates and would like to see a 2022 World Cup live, join us in Salt Lake City, May 20-29! Event, hotel and ticket information can be found here. Homepage photo courtesy of IFSC and Jan Virt.