RED CARD FOR THE IFSC?

THE FOLLOW UP TO YESTERDAYS ARTICLE ...

I HAVE RECEIVED AN UNPRECEDENTED NUMBER OF EMAILS, MESSAGES, CALLS AND MORE COMING IN. THE RESPONSE THAT THE CLIMBING COMMUNITY HAS SHOWN SO FAR IS NOTHING SHORT OF REMARKABLE. 

Honestly, I am actually struggling to get everything down (I have had almost two hundred separate pieces of info) and want to take an extra day to make sense of it all. There are also a couple of key statements that I want to include that haven't come in yet. I wanted to get this finished today, but it really isn't going to happen (without me missing a second night of sleep).

The first qualifiers of the IFSC Boulder World Cup season is tomorrow. I intend to have the full finished piece, with the most relevant and informative comments & opinons, finished before the end of the day tomorrow (Friday). 

If you do have more info for me, or would like to put forward a viewpoint for consideration, then please send it. Comment below or email me on liam@liamlonsdale.com

Thanks, LL

Seeing red. The IFSC Boulder World Cup opening ceremony got off to a feisty start, with all of the athletes displaying their disapproval of the recent announcement by showing 'RED CARDS'. 

Seeing red. The IFSC Boulder World Cup opening ceremony got off to a feisty start, with all of the athletes displaying their disapproval of the recent announcement by showing 'RED CARDS'. 

 
National Teams have spoken out publicly against the decision. 

National Teams have spoken out publicly against the decision. 

Team Austria shows the IFSC the red card. 

Team Austria shows the IFSC the red card. 

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