Standard Duration of the event depends to the number of disciplines. For the European Championships in Moscow (RUS) the event will be run between 20th to 27th of March (8 days).
The IFSC Sport Department is the organism in charge to propose a standard schedule to the Event Organiser. Factors as venue indoor/outdoor, side events, size of the walls may impact on the duration expressed above. The IFSC Schedule shall be sent to the IFSC (refer to Global Timeline) for approval.
No more than 2 rounds of competition per category shall be organised in the same day. The IFSC events should be run between 9.00 and 23.00 of each day of competition.
If the event organiser wishes to use the competition boulders/routes after the end of the finals, the signs (START, TOP, ZONE, etc.) should be removed. The Event Organiser should inform the IFSC about any meetings between different stakeholders (coaches, NFs, etc.) taking place during the IFSC event
The communication prior the event plays a key role on the preparation of the event. The Infosheet is the document used from the EO and IFSC to transmit all the necessary information to the stakeholders. Here you can find an example of infosheet from the previous years.
The Event Organiser shall take care of providing general information such as the:
All the above information shall be provided through an information sheet, made ready to the IFSC Technical Delegate as for global timeline. There is a maximum of 8 EO's sponsor logos displayed in this document.
This schedule can be revised by the IFSC Technical Delegate and a final brief shall be done the day before the Event start. The Technical Delegate has final authority on the schedule of the event. In case of problems during the competitions (i.e bad weather) or for whatever relevant reasons, he/she has the authority to change the schedule accordingly.