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Sport Climbing IFSC World Championships 2018

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phelps    536

Men's Combined

 

Final Result

 

Gold: :AUT Jakob Schubert, 4.00 Pts

Silver: :CZE Adam Ondra, 10.00 Pts

Bronze: :GER Jan Hojer, 24.00 Pts

 

4th, :JPN Kai Harada, 60.00 Pts

5th, :JPN Tomoa Narasaki, 72.00 Pts

6th, :JPN Kokoro Fujii, 90.00 Pts

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phelps    536

Final Medal Table

 

AUT,  3 / 0 / 1
SLO,  2 / 1 / 1
JPN,  1 / 1 / 0
POL,  1 / 1 / 0
IRI,  1 / 0 / 0
KOR,  0 / 2 / 1
CZE,  0 / 2 / 0
FRA,  0 / 1 / 0
GER,  0 / 0 / 2
RUS,  0 / 0 / 2
SRB,  0 / 0 / 1

 

Olympic Events Medal Table

 

AUT,  1 / 0 / 1
SLO,  1 / 0 / 0
CZE,  0 / 1 / 0
KOR,  0 / 1 / 0
GER,  0 / 0 / 1

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heywoodu    3,226

Nice that they're showing this 'recon' phase as well, it's fun to see how the athletes are checking everything carefully but also having some fun together :d 

 

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heywoodu    3,226

By the way, can someone explain me this combined format (for the final at least)? 

 

I just saw speed, and I understand how the rankings were made. But will we have a 'full' boulder competition now with 6 athletes doing 4 boulders, so potentially 24x4 minutes and then a 6xlead competition?

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MHSN    348
52 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

By the way, can someone explain me this combined format (for the final at least)? 

 

I just saw speed, and I understand how the rankings were made. But will we have a 'full' boulder competition now with 6 athletes doing 4 boulders, so potentially 24x4 minutes and then a 6xlead competition?

 

Yes, lead and boulder competitions will be the same as a normal lead and boulder competitions. only in speed they make it a bit shorter.

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phelps    536
54 minuti fa, heywoodu ha scritto:

By the way, can someone explain me this combined format (for the final at least)? 

 

I just saw speed, and I understand how the rankings were made. But will we have a 'full' boulder competition now with 6 athletes doing 4 boulders, so potentially 24x4 minutes and then a 6xlead competition?

 

yes, the combined event final is made with a full speed, a full boulder and a ful lead competition between the involved climbers...

and the score is determined by taking the final position of any athlete in each section and multiplying te speed points*the boulder points*the lead points (and if 2 climbers are tied in 1 section, their score is the average of their 2 positions...for instance, if 2  climbers finish the boulder section tied for 3rd place, their score will be 3.5 points)...

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Quasit    174

I know Desgranges failed early but whatever happened to Sean McColl?

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phelps    536
8 minuti fa, Quasit ha scritto:

I know Desgranges failed early but whatever happened to Sean McColl?

 

he was 37th in the Lead event, 65th in the Speed event and didn't start in Bouldering...

I guess he isn't anymore the all-rounder he once was...

nowadays the speed event has so many pure specialists that's very difficult for guys good but not "super-good" to make the highest part of the ranking...and if you're not one of the top 5/10 athletes in both lead and boulder, then it gets really complcated to excel in this new combined format (which is still too unbalanced towards those who can win in the 2 most classic disciplines)...

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