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[11 Jun 2017] Asian Para Climbing Competition

Mid of May 2017, IFSC Asian Climbing Council (IFSC ACC) has agreed the inclusion of para climbing in the ACC agenda. Para climbing have to be held in yearly basis, Asian Para Climbing Cup will be started from 2017, while Asia Para Climbing Championship from 2018.

This year, for the introduction ACC has decided to make para climbing competition in Bangalore (India) December 2-3 as the first Asian Para Climbing Cup .

We hope this movement will enable us to make our sport climbing activity is really for all people, without any exclusion, especially within our Asian region. And our para climbers could reach similar level as their peers in other continent such as Europe.

Foto: Sabar Gorky taken from bp.blogspot.com

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[03 Jun 2017] Kerinci Merdeka Expedition 2017

SEACF and FPTI will be organising a mountaineering expedition to summit Mount Kerinci in Jambi province. The peak is the highest in Sumatera Island at about 3.805 meter above sea level and is located within the Kerinci Seblat National Park, the home of Sumatran Tigers and Rhinceros. 

To reach the mountain, we have to land in Jambi Airport, which could be reached from Jakarta International Airport or Batam Airport. From Jambi Airport, we will need to drive to Kayu Aro village for about 6 hours, followed by trekking.

This 4 days event is to mark the National Independence Day celebration of SEACF member countries like Indonesia on 17 Aug, Singapore on 9 Aug and Malaysia on 31 Aug. 

Similar expedition was previously done in August 2008 to Mount Rinjani in Lombok Island attracting some 50 climbers from our region. 

More information like cost and detail schedule will be made available soonest.

If you are interested to join this expedition and are citizen of ASEAN countries, please enquire from your National Mountaineering Federation. To preserve the nature only limited number of participants will be accepted.

Foto: roni-bae.blogspot.com

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[23 May 2017] Enthusiasm from the first SEACF Instructor Training Course in Indonesia

From yesterday, along with FPTI, SEACF conduct ITC in Jakarta till May 23 afternoon. About 25 trainees take the seats. And fortunately the weather were clear even tend to be very shine and hot.

We found that all trainees were in great enthusiasm, they believe with what they ve done these days for the future of Indonesian climbing community. 

They came from 10 provinces in Indonesia, the only female came from Batam City, Riau Islands. 

Mohd Amir assisted by Usman of SEACF were hand-in-hand to transfer their skills, knowledge and experiences to the trainees, which could be a good weapon for the trainees in reaching the dreams about the future of Indonesian climbing during they conduct training in the coming future. 

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[27 Apr 2017] Climbing Certification in Thailand

Rasip Isnin, the SEACF's President, was held a productive meeting with Thailand climbing community such as President of Sport Climbing Authority of Thailand (SCAT), the Head Sport Climbing Teacher at Krabi Sports University, and members of Tourism Authority of Thailand.

They were discussing a need for certified climbing instructor requirements, developing national standards, and promoting sport climbing and international competition venues here in Thailand. 

Meeting was yesterday in Krabi, Thailand in similar time with SEACF Instructor Course was also conducted for participants from Thailand there from 24-27 Apr 2017. 

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[21 Apr 2017] 29 Years Anniversary FPTI!

Congratulation to all indonesian climbing communities! We wish more greater FPTI.

Today is anniversary of FPTI, 29 years ago April 21 1988 their founders established FPTI in Jakarta to coordinate any climbing activities in Indonesia. They were realized that only unite in one common organization the activities could get highest achivement as we have seen now.

FPTI with PMM and SMF founded SEACF in Jakarta 1996. 

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[28 Mar 2017] Another Effort to the Next SEA Games

Mr Rasip Isnin, the SEACF President, couple days ago informed that he has been in process to register our federation to SEAGF (the Southeast Asian Games Federation). SEAGF is formed by all National Olympic Committe of ASEAN countries where the SEA Games is one of their responsibility. 

With the registration, SEACF is hoping to be included in the near future SEA Games, most possible is in Phillippines 2019. Support from IFSC as international federation and Asian Climbing Council (ACC) is a must for the successful of the process being taken. 

We hope in the coming time soon, the President could come up with any good news for any one in the climbing community in the region. 

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[21 Mar 2017] ASEAN Climbing Standard Implementation in Indonesia

FPTI as the only organization for managing climbing activity in Indonesia will begin to implement the Southeast Asia Climbing Standard in the country. SEACF's President Rasip Isnin signed the MoU with FPTI's President Faisol Riza in Jakarta today to mark the implementation. 

With the standard any climbers will have common guidance on climbing activity then they could communicate with other climbing by similar language, of course it will increase enjoyment of the climbing activity and minimizing unnecessary incident during the activity. 

The first follow up in the coming soon of the MoU is to train and certify some Indonesia climbers to be climbing instructors, where they will have common understanding and competencies of the standard which already applied siince early 2007 in the Southeast Asia region.

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[17 Mar 2017] Asian Youth Champ 2017 Singapore

Yes, Singapore will held sport climbing competition again, the Asian Youth Championship 2017 in July. Where many young climbers around Asia will try their best.

This competition will be very important to the international climbing movement where candidate of the Olympic fotmat will be testing here. 

The IFSC has decided triatlon-like format speed->boulder->lead where any climber must compete in all category then the best of all will the winner. This format will be play for youth A and surprisingly both winner boy and girl qualify for the Youth Olympic Games 2018 in Buenes Aires, Argentine.

See you soon in Singapore. Be prepared to be the winner kids. 

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[15 Mar 2017] More ASEAN in the Global Climbing Community

ASEAN climbing communities now hold some strategic position in International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) in Asian Continental Council. Anthony Seah, Rasip Isnin, Stanley Yeo of Singapore Mountaineering Federation have position as president, vice president of projects, and director of sport respectively. While Jaka Hidayat and Maman Hermansyah of Federasi Panjat Tebing Indonesia have position as vice-president and director of sport respectively, and Somboon Uthaiviankul of Sport Climbing of Thailand (SCAT) hold for vice-president.

This new position was decided in PA IFSC ACC in Bangkok (THA) end of the last month meeting and it have announced during the 1st session of board meeting of IFSC Sunday this week in Quebec, Canada.

This development is mirroring of the fast moving movement of this sport in our region and this also due to the good achievement reached by our belove climbers, and executive committees across the region who keep moving up the community tireless.

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[15 May 2014] BREAKING NEWS: No Contest in The Sea Games 2015 Singapore

Rasip Isnin, the SEACF's President, inform recently that our beloved sport will not contest in the Sea Games 2015 in Singapore. The bad news for us has taken during SEA Games Fed Meeting end of April this year held in Raffles City Convention Centre, Singapore.

The fact behind the decision: Indonesia's NOC proposed  to include the sport climbing, but not enough support from other member to include it the Games (must be supported minimum by 4 other countries including host country to include any sport to be in the Games).

ASEAN sport climbing community lead by SEACF will have to work harder in make our sport inclusion in the next SEA Games, the jobs to be done could be increase popularity of the sport within young generation and develop more event (recreational or competitional) every year in all ASEAN countries. If possible, the stakeholders could held any special big events during SEA Games 2015, like they have done in Quizon City in the 2005 SEA Games Manila, Phi.

We keep hoping, with all of our effort, that the 'success' of 2011 Sea Games in Palembang (Indonesia) will not the first and the final contest of sport climbing in the SEA Games.