Back to News After an exciting opening round in Switzerland, the 2022 IFSC World Cup continues this Thursday with Speed and Bouldering in Seoul, South Korea. Team USA will be well represented by a talented team including Natalia Grossman, silver-medalist in Switzerland, and the Speed athletes who get their first shot at a 2022 IFSC World Cup. Bouldering Adriene Clark Cloe Coscoy Kylie Cullen Natalia Grossman Sienna Kopf Maya Madere Brooke Raboutou Nathaniel Coleman Ross Fulkerson Joe Goodacre Ben Hanna Palmer Larsen Speed Callie Close Sophia Curcio Emma Hunt Noah Bratschi John Brosler Joe Goodacre Quinn O’Francia Samuel Watson The full list of international athletes can be found here. Follow the action! Here is the IFSC event and YouTube livestream schedule converted to US Mountain Daylight Time, which is 15 hours behind Seoul: Thursday, May 5: 9:15 PM, Speed qualifications Friday, May 6: 5:00 AM, Speed finals (livestream link) 6:00 PM, Women’s Bouldering qualification Saturday, May 7: 12:30 AM, Men’s Bouldering qualification 8:00 PM, Bouldering semifinals (livestream link) Sunday, May 8: 2:00 AM, Women’s Bouldering final (livestream link) Followed by Men’s Bouldering final For live scoring and social media updates: Live Scoring – 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. Next up: Salt Lake City! If you want to see Team USA and the world’s best competition climbers live, join us in Salt Lake City, May 20-29. Event and ticket information can be found here. Homepage photo courtesy of IFSC and Daniel Gajda.