The Milan event will be attended by over 100 athletes representing 22 nations and is due to start on the 15th April and can be watched live at ifsc.tv.
Milan is the first of 9 World Cup events that will see competitors from around the world compete at the following venues:
15 - 17 April Milan-Italy
7 - 8 May Log Dragomer-Slovenia
13 - 14 May Vienna-Austria
27 - 28 May Canmore-Canada
3 - 4 June Vail-USA
17 - 18 June Eindhoven-Netherlands
25 - 26 June Barcelona-Spain
2 - 3 July Sheffield-UK
19 - 20 August Munich-Germany
The GB Team will also be competing in the World Championships which are being held in Arco Italy, between 15-24 July.
Further details on the 2011 Boulderng World Cup can be seen at ifsc-climbing.org.
Nick Clement, GB Bouldering Team Manager commented:
"On behalf of the Management Team and Coaching Staff I would like to wish all the members of the GB Bouldering Team every success for the coming season.
I would also like to thank the Team's Clothing Sponsor Five Finger Thingand the BMCfor their continued support."
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