Online registration for 2014 UIAA Ice Climbing World Tour has begun

01 Dec, 2013


1 December 2013, BERN, Switzerland: Online registration for the 2014 UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup Tour is now open.

As in past years, member federations should visit to complete the online registration process. The link for this year's competition page is

An International License is compulsory for all official events. Those competitors for whom their federations have not applied for an International License because the Federation is not a UIAA member, can apply for the license under another UIAA Member Federation.

Important information

Athletes with "no" UIAA Member Federation present in their country can be issued a license to compete under the UIAA flag. Applications must be made through

  • If you are an athlete and want to register for the competitions, please contact UIAA Member Federation in your country.

  • Wenn du Athlet(In) bist und dich für die Wettkämpfe anmelden willst, kontaktiere UIAA-Mitgliedsverband aus Ihrem Land.

  • Si vous êtes un athlète et que vous voulez vous inscrire aux compétitions, s'il vous plaît contacter Federation Membre UIAA de votre pays.

  • Если вы спортсмен, и вы хотите, чтобы зарегистрироваться для участия в соревнованиях, пожалуйста, свяжитесь Участник UIAA из вашей страны

  • Se sei un atleta e si desidera registrare per le gare, si prega di contattare UIAA membro della Federazione dal vostro paese.

 About the UIAA

 The UIAA was founded in 1932 and has a global presence on five continents with 80 member associations in 50 countries representing about 2.9 million people. The organization's mission is to promote the growth and protection of mountaineering and climbing worldwide, advance safe and ethical mountain practices and promote responsible access, culture and environmental protection.
The organization operates through the work of its commissions which make recommendations, set policy and advocate on behalf of the mountaineering community. The UIAA is recognized by the International Olympic Committee for mountaineering and climbing.

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