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[31 Aug 2018] The First SEACF Climbing Course in Myanmar

SEACF Climbing Instructor Nyi Nyi Aung this afternoon (31/8) has just conducted the first climbing course endorsed by SEACF in Myanmar. The course was held in Climb O Clock Climbing Gym in Yangon.

The participants is a group of 8 climbers from British School Yangon.

This historical event will be the important step for Myanmar climbing community in the international climbing community.

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[29 Aug 2018] Congratulations FPTI from SEACF’s President

On behalf of the South East Asia Climbing Federation (SEACF), we would like to Congratulate FPTI for the successful organisation of the Asian Games Sport Climbing event.

It was organised with much professionalism and the hospitality extended to all have been fantastic. 

We are proud to be part of this historic moments where Sport Climbing is included for the first time as a Medal Sport for the Games.

Congratulations to all who have made this event a success.

[27 Aug 2018] Sport Climbing in Asian Games 2018 Jakarta Palembang

In Asian Games 2018 Jakarta and Palembang our beloved sport climbing have 6 (six) gold medals to compete for events world record, combined event (lead, bouldering and speed) and speed relay all for male and female. The competition venue is located in Jakabaring Sport Complex Palembang, South Sumatera about 1 hour flight from Jakarta.

At least 18 Asian countries participate in the sport including SEACF's members: Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Filipina.

With this achievement, sport climbing has gone on to the next level, even in the next 2020 Olympics in Tokyo it also competing sport with just 2 (two) gold medals.

It challange us as a climbing community in this region to improve our efforts to enable us have competitive level with others in the coming years. Next year we hope this sport climbing could be competed again in SEA Games 2019 Manila as we have done it before in SEA Games 2011 Palembang.

[18 May 2018] Indonesia in The First Speed World Ranking.

Congratulation Indonesia! As of today(18/5) Indonesia place his name as the first in the national speed world ranking with 1023 above Russian Federation (980) which traditionally sit on the place for the years.

This Indonesia prestigious achivement made by 8 (eight) women and 8 (eight) men climbers lead by Aries Susanti Rahayu and Aspar Jaelolo where these names put the second place in women and men speed ranking respectively. 

Once again, we congratulate for all Indonesian climbers and FPTI and hope other SEACF’s member could get the similar achivement in the near future. 

[26 Apr 2018] Bright Future of Bali Climbing Activities

Today (26/4), the third SEACF ITC in Indonesia just starting in EIger Flagship Store, Denpasar Bali. Opening speech was provided by FPTI Bali Chairman Mr Yudi Atmika. Mr Yudi expect that this ITC could assist Bali's climbing activity to move to another higher position. Attended by 13 participants from Indonesia, Myanmar and Cambodia.

With this ITC, Bali will have about 10 SEACF Sport Climbing Instructors, they will be a big asset of Bali climbing community. Mr Yudi wish to expand and apply the SEACF Climbing Standards system to Bali tourism business, and it could be realised before end of this year.

Foto: Group photo just after the opening session.

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[16 Apr 2018] ITC Participants from Myanmar and Cambodia

Some participants from Myanmar and Combodia have confirmed and registered to attent the ITC in Bali next week, beside some Indonesian. Expected there will be around 20 participants at all. 

The ITC will be held in Neo Hotel Denpasar and Songan Cliff Bangli Bali, about 2 hour from the hotel. 

Registration of the course still open, so hurry up to register. 

[31 Mar 2018] The 3rd ITC Course in Indonesia

FPTI will held another SEACF Instructor Training Course (ITC) in April 24-29 this year. It will be the third for Indonesia, after Jakarta and Pekanbaru have done last year.

This upcoming Indonesian's ITC will be in Bali, the most beatiful island in Indonesia. Please read the course detail in the course's brochure.

Indonesia expect to have about 300 climbing instructors until the next 3 years, up to now there are just about 37 instructors. This high expectation is one of the FPTI's preparation of the climbing fever post of Olympic 2020, where sport climbing will be the first compete as medal sport in the event.

So, go on to signup the course and come to Bali. We will not describe what the Bali is, we believe you have more knowledge than us.

[16 Mar 2018] Eiger's Support on ITC Indonesia 2018

Eiger Adventure, the Indonesian biggest adventure equipment producer, will support the SEACF ITC in Indonesia held on the end of April. Eiger's involvement in this SEACF's activities does not the first time, Eiger has been support us while we held SEACF Sport Climbing Circuit 2011.

WIth this support, SEACF and ASEAN climbing community will move  faster in disseminating the safe climbing movement. This movement will ensure that the community will earn maximum benefit of the sport climbing without worry about the risk.

Of course SEACF hope could develop a long-term cooperation with any entity to promote and take benefit of the climbing activity, as we have known that the sport climbing is a medal sport event in the next Asian Games 2018 Jakarta-Palembang and Olympic 2020 Tokyo.

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[27 Feb 2018] Busy Time of ASEAN Climbing in 2018

This year ASEAN climbing communities will have very stricts time due some world, Asia and ASEAN level events. 

In Asian level, the most important one is Asian Games 2018 in Palembang Indonesia will be held in the mid of August. It will be the giant leap of the sport climbing movement. 

Since last two years SEACF and SCAPI have been working hand-in-hand to make sport climbing to be re-included as a medal sport in the next SEA Games 2019 in Philippines. 

SEACF’s Instructor Training Courses this year scheduled to be in early May in Bandung, Indonesia and may be around September in Manila, Phipinnes. 

The 2nd ASEAN Sport Climbing Symposium will be held in Rangoon, Myanmar about Sep/Oct, this event is still waiting for confirmation from Myanmar's climbing official. This event is a place where sport climbing communities delegate from federations and businesses discussing current and future of the sport climbing development.

That’s are some points arised during SEACF officials meeting in the Luneta Hotel, Manila, Philippines 24-26 Feb 2018. 

[11 Feb 2018] SEACF Meet up at Yogyakarta

Members of SEACF met on 10/2/18 at Yogjakarta for an update of the Road To The 2018 Asian Games.

Sport Climbing will be one of the medal sport to be competed at the Games.

SEACF members from Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei Darussalam gave their comments to send athletes for the event.