Plenary lectures

Overview of Climbing Research (tentative)

Pierre Legreneur (France)

President of the IRCRA

Assistant Professor at the faculty of Sport Sciences of Lyon (France)

Biomechanics of sport climbing

First Speed Climbing champion in France

 

 


Physiology of climbing: building the way to high performance by the C-HIPPER study

Vanesa España-Romero (Spain)

Vice-president of the IRCRA
Vanesa finished her PhD at the University of Granada (Spain) and completed her post Doc in Finland, Sweden, United States and UK. As a climber for over 20 years and a Professor at the University of Cadiz (Spain), She has been researching and teaching specifically in rock climbing for years. All of her research varying aspects of Exercise Physiology, Athletic Training, Fitness, Physical Activity and Sports Sciences. Last climbing project performed was named “Climbing High Performance International Project (C-HIPPER Project)”


A review of climbing-related research: from research to practice

Taylor Reed (USA)

Secretary of the IRCRA
Taylor contracts for the United States government as a Senior Analyst specializing in systems thinking, strategy, and long-range planning for catastrophic disasters.  He uses many of the same skills, tools, and approaches from his day job in his approach to teaching climbing to youth interested in national and international competition.  His primary interest is on the relationship of technical and physical factors which lead to effective climbing movement.  Taylor has a Master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Denver, where he spent his graduate work focused on political psychology.  He lives in the state of Maryland where he consults with a small handful of athletes and works on his website: www.beta-angel.com

 

 


Greetings from the President of Meiji University

International exchange program of Meiji University

Kosaku Dairokuno (JAPAN)

 Kosaku Dairokuno is a president of Meiji University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Special reports of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

Sport climbing debut at Tokyo 2020

Toru Kobinata (Japan)

Vice-president of the IFSC

Sport manager of the TOKYO 2020 Olympic Games

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sport climbing debut at Tokyo 2020 -from national and personal coaches' perspectives

Urs Stöcker (Head Coach of German National Team)

He is a Head Coach of German Olympic Team

 

 

 

 


Hiroshi Yasui (Head coach of Japan Team)

He is a Head Coach of Japan Olympic Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Roman Krajnik (Personal coach of Olympian)

He is currently a personal coach of Janja Garnbret.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Scientific Invited speakes

Biomechanics & Engineering

 

Medicine

 

Motor Control & Pedagogy

 

Physiology

 

Psychology

 

Sociology

 

Training & Competition

 

History & Culture

 

  

 


Special reports from japan

Looking back my climbing journey

Yuji Hirayama (Japan)

 

Professional climber

  

 

 

 

 

 


My climbing enlightenment

Sachi Amma (Japan)

Two times IFSC LEAD WORLD CUP champion of the year

 

Climbing enlightment

 

 

 

 

 


Para climbing and my life

Koichiro Kobayashi (Japan)

Five-time World Champion of the Para Climbing (B1 or B2) World Championships)

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 


Potential Benefits of Climbing in Outdoor Education

Masako Harigaya

Member of Board of Directors of  theInternational Camping Fellowship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Importance of "Kokutai"(the National Sports Festival) on  Sport Climbing development in JAPAN

Shinji MIZUMURA (Japan)

Board member of the Japan Mountaineering & Sport Climbing Association (JMSCA)

Vice-president of IFSC Asian Continental Council

 

Shinji is in charge of the "Kokutai" committee of the JMSCA. 



And some other climbing reseachers and/or legends will speak there.