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From the 17th to 21st of October Voronezh will host the European Youth Championships 2019 (“Lead”,“Speed”). 500 climbers aged from 14 to 19 from about twenty countries will take part in the event.

This is the biggest continental competition for young athletes. It has been annually held under IFSC-Europe auspices since 2012. Our country is going to host the competition for the second time. Russia succefully hosted the similar event in 2017 in Perm.

The live broadcast of the competitions will be organized on the CFR YouTube channel
 
About Voronezh
Venue
Event Organisers
Disciplines
Provisional programme
Russian National Team
INFORMATION FOR MEDIA

 

About Voronezh

Voronezh is one of the leading cities of sport climbing in Russia. More than 850 people attend sport climbing clubs for children over 6 years old and youth. The city regularly hosts Russian championships and Cups. The European Youth Championships will be the first international experience for Voronezh, the capital of Central Black Earth economic region.

Venue

The event will be held at one of the largest climbing walls in Russia – a 18 meter tall climbing wall in “Energiya” sports arena (Voroshilova str., 1a), the reconstruction of which will have been completed by the beginning of the competition. As a result, the hall and the climbing wall will increase in height. Now the venue is in compliance with modern requirements which allows to expect to host the the World Cup series for adult athletes in Voronezh.
 

Event Organisers

The organisers of the Event are the IFSC-Europe, the Ministry of Sport of the Russian Federation, the Climbing Federation of Russia, the Regional federation of sport climbing of Voronezh, the “Energiya” sports arena. The organization and running of the European Youth Championships 2019 are under surveillance of the regional governement and of Voronezh Regional Duma (local parliament).

Details of the European Youth Championships 2019 program:

Categories:
-male juniors and female juniors (18-19 years old);
-male youth A and female youth A (16-17 years old);
-male youth B and female youth B (14-15 years old)
 

Disciplines

Speed

This is the most dynamic and understandable for spectators discipline in sport climbing. The climber who has completed a 15 meter high vertical route fastest – wins.. However, besides climbing speed , the concentration of attention is also needed at the start (in order to avoid a false start) and at the finish (in order to complete the ascent with a strong “hitting” of the special finishing button). The competition is held in two stages. In qualifications each participant has two attempts to show the best time of the ascent. Then comes the second stage with 16 fastest athletes selected, who continue to compete in pairs. The pairs are formed in the following way: 1-16; 2-15; 3-14 etc. Thus, on their way to the gold medal the athletes have to go through eight finals, quarter finals, semi finals and the final. Those athletes who have lost in the semi finals will compete for the third place. In its modern version the competition is held with automatic belay devices.

Lead
In this discipline wins the athlete who moves farthest on the route which had been preset by a special team of routesetters. The time of the ascent is limited. In case when several athletes have reached the top of the route wins the one who has done it faster than the others. The final places of the participants who have not reached the top are distributed according to the number of the holds reached. Modern routes are up to 40 meters long. In lead climbing the emphasis is put on the appropriate lower belay. The climber has to clip quickdraws situated along the whole route by him/herself.

Provisional programme

Thursday, October 17th
Registration and technical meeting
(Event Venue / Voronezh, Sport Arena “Energia”, Voroshilova street, 1A)
16.00-18.30 Registration
19.30-20.00 Technical Meeting (Speed & Lead)


Friday , October 18th
Speed, Opening Ceremony and Awarding Ceremony Speed
(automatic belaying system)

08:00 warming up zone (climbing gym) opens
09:00 – 11:00 speed practice (start with youth B female)
11:30 – 14:30 speed qualification (start with youth B female)
17:00 opening Ceremony – mandatory for all competitors and team officials
17.30 – 18:30 speed finals (start with youth B female)
Afterwards awarding ceremony


Saturday, October 19th
Lead Qualification

07:00 warming up zone (climbing gym) open
07:00 video demonstration for lead qualification route 1 and 2 for youth B
08:30 – 12:00 qualification: youth B (female), youth B (male)
12:00 video demonstration for lead qualification rout 1 and 2 for youth A and juniors
14:00 – 17:30 qualification: youth A (female) and youth A (male)
17:30 – 21:00 qualification: juniors (female), and juniors (male)


Sunday, October 20th
Lead Semi-Finals, Finals and Awarding ceremony Lead and additional awarding ceremonies

07:00 – 08:00 isolation zone open / close for all categories
08:15 observation for YB male and female, YA male. Then all others
08:30 – 11:00 semi-finals lead for YB male and female, YA male.
11:00 – 13:30 semi-finals lead for YA female, Juniors male and female
16:00 – 17:30 isolation zone open / close for all categories
17:35 presentation and observation / Lead for all categories
18:00-19:00 start final YB male and female, YA male.
19:00-20:00 start final YA female, Juniors male and female

Afterwards awarding ceremony lead
 

Russian National Team

Its is one of the favourite teams of the upcoming competition. Athletes from the Russian National Team won 11 medals during the European Championships in speed and lead in 2018, 16 medals in 2017, 17 medals in 2016.

With the victories at European championships young athletes make their way towards the adult national team of Russia.

Lev Rudatsky (Moscow) – three-time winner of the European Championships (2013, 2015, 2017) in speed.
Elizaveta Ivanova (Sverdlovsk Region) – two-time winner of the European Championships (2016, 2018) in speed.
Almaz Nagaev (Nashkortostan) – two-time winner of the European Championships (2016, 2018) in speed.
Daria Kan (Tyumen Region) – two-time winner of the European Championships (2015, 2017) in speed.
Petr Zemlyakov (Tyumen Region) – winner (2018) and three-time prizetaker (2015, 2016,2017) of the European Championships in speed.
Ekaterina Barashuk (Tyumen Region) – winner (2014) and three-time prizetaker (2015, 2016, 2017) of the European Championships in speed.
Elena Remizova (Perm Region) – winner of the European Championships (2017) in speed.
Vladislav Terleev (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug) – winner of the European Championships (2017) in speed.
Sergey Bydtaev (Kaliningrad Region) – winner of the European Championships (2016) in lead.
Karina Gareeva (Perm Region) – winner of the European Championships (2016) in speed.
 

INFORMATION FOR MEDIA

We will be pleased to see the journalists at the European Youth climbing Championships in Voronezh. Accreditation details will be provided later. For further information please contact the media office of the CFR: Andrey Reshetov, e-mail: pressa3@c-f-r.ru, tel.: +7 961 206 11 88

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