The close up video of Johanna Farber bottom viral on social media platform including Twitter, Instagram and Reddit.
The International Federation of Sport Climbing has apologized to Johanna Farber for showing a close-up replica of her bottom shot by a host newscaster at the time of the World Championships in Moscow. This is happening the second time when a camera crew lost focus on Johanna Farber and close up to her buttocks. After the incident went viral on social media, the International Federation again asked for forgiveness.
Johanna Farber Bottom Close Up Video
This is the second time when Johanna Färber found herself trending on social media for inappropriate TV coverage during her competitions. The last incident happened back in June. The IFSC president stated, “How often do things like this have to be done wrong before we know how to do them right?”
The International Federation of Sport Climbing issued an apology notice and said, “The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) would like to sincerely apologize to Johanna Farber about the incident that happened during the competition. We apologize to all athletes, and the entire sport climbing community for the images that come out today during the Women’s Boulder semi-final at the IFSC Climbing World, Championship Moscow 2021”.
IFSC Official Statement. pic.twitter.com/DsPmxJCj8D
— International Federation of Sport Climbing (@ifsclimbing) September 18, 2021
The host broadcaster, ORF, issued an apology notice on Twitter regarding the broadcast and temporarily removed the footage from its YouTube channel. He also promised that soon it will upload the edited video.
— International Federation of Sport Climbing (@ifsclimbing) June 26, 2021
During an interview, Farber condemned the broadcasters for losing their focus. She share an Instagram post and said, “How insulting and disturbing this slow-motion clip is to be shown on national TV and YouTube live streams.”
“I am an athlete and I want to do my best in competition. To be honest, I am deeply ashamed to know that thousands of people have seen this. We need to stop this kind of abuse of women in sports and appreciate their performance needed.”
Not only this, after photos and videos of Johanna Farber circulated online, many celebrities and former climbers came forward and condemned the broadcaster.
A former Great Britain climber Natalie Berry, said during an interview with Sky News, “It is very disappointing for this humiliating incident to happen once again with the same athlete, at a time when the sport is more focused than ever and more women and girls are being introduced to climbing.”
He further added, “Confidence is one of the big factors during an interview. If athletes would feel unsafe to show their inappropriate body angles on the screen, it affects their performance as well as their mental state. ”
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