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IFSC World Cup, Stage #11 (Munich, GER)

 

Women's Boulder (Final)

 

1st, Janja Garnbret (SLO)

2nd, Miho Nonaka (JPN)

3rd, Akiyo Noguchi (JPN)

 

Men's Boulder (Final)

 

1st, Gregor Vezonik (SLO)

2nd, Jernej Kruder (SLO)

3rd, Jakob Schubert (AUT)

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Slovenian fest in Munich, at the last world cup stage in Bouldering...

 

and this is the 2018/2019 Bouldering Final World Cup Ranking

 

Women

 

1st, Miho Nonaka (JPN), 500 Pts

2nd, Akiyo Noguchi (JPN), 495 Pts

3rd, Fanny Gibert (FRA), 320 Pts

 

Full Ranking here:

http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=ranking&cat=ICC_FB&cup=18_WC

 

Men

 

1st, Jernej Kruder (SLO), 442 Pts

2nd, Tomoa Narasaki (JPN), 400 Pts

3rd, Rei Sugimoto (JPN), 334 Pts

 

Full Ranking here:

http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=ranking&cat=ICC_MB&cup=18_WC

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and after the World Championships in the past weeks, now we're back to our usual World Cup business...

 

this week it's time for the last European stage (Lead only) in Kranj (SLO), before the last 2 events of the season (Lead and Speed) scheduled in China in the last couple of weeks of October...

 

and this is the starting list for the women and men's Finals in Kranj...

 

Women's Lead, Climbers qualified for the Final

:AUT Katharina Posch

:SLO Mina Markovic

:SUI Katherine Choong

:JPN Natsumi Hirano

:AUT Hannah Schubert

:SLO Janja Garnbret

:AUT Jessica Pilz

:KOR Kim Ja In

 

Men's Lead, Climbers qualified to the Final

:ITA Marcello Bombardi

:JPN Kokoro Fujii

:JPN Yuki Hada

:JPN Masahiro Higuchi

:ITA Francesco Vettorata

:CAN Sean McColl

:ITA Stefano Ghisolfi

:AUT Jakob Schubert

 

no real surprise in the women's results so far (yeah, maybe Choong wasn't expected to be in the top 8, but still...), meanwhile the men's event is having basically only unexpected results (Schubert and Ghisolfi's domination in the semifinals excluded, of course)...

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IFSC World Cup, Stage #12 (Kranj, SLO)

 

Women's Lead

 

1st, Kim Ja In (KOR)

2nd, Janja Garnbret (SLO)

3rd, Hannah Schubert (AUT)

 

Men's Lead

 

1st, Stefano Ghisolfi (ITA)

2nd, Jakob Schubert (AUT)

3rd, Masahiro Higuchi (JPN)

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IFSC World Cup, Stage #13 (Wujiang, CHN)

 

 

Women's Speed

 

1st, Aries Susanti Rahayu (INA)

2nd, Anouck Jaubert (FRA)

3rd, Iuliia Kaplina (RUS)

 

Men's Speed

 

1st, Aspar Jaelolo (INA)

2nd, Ludovico Fossali (ITA)

3rd, Reza Alipour (IRI)

 

 

Women's Lead

 

1st, Janja Garnbret (SLO)

2nd, Kim Ja In (KOR)

3rd, Jessica Pilz (AUT)

 

Men's Lead

 

1st, Romain Desgranges (FRA)

2nd, Jakob Schubert (AUT)

3rd, Min Hyun Bin (KOR)

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IFSC World Cup, Stage #14 (Xiamen, CHN)

 

 

Women's Speed (Final)

 

1st, Aries Susanti Rahayu (INA)

2nd, Iuliia Kaplina (RUS)

3rd, Anouck Jaubert (FRA)

 

Men's Speed (Final)

 

1st, Bassa Mawem (FRA)

2nd, Aspar Jaelolo (INA)

3rd, Reza Alipour (IRI)

 

 

Women's Lead (Final)

 

1st, Jessica Pilz (AUT)

2nd, Janja Garnbret (SLO)

3rd, Akiyo Noguchi (JPN)

 

Men's Lead (Final)

 

1st, Domen Skofic (SLO)

2nd, Stefano Ghisolfi (ITA)

3rd, Min Hyun Bin (KOR)

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and after this last stage, we have the final World Cup Ranking for this season also in the Lead and Speed disciplines...

 

2018/2019 Lead Final World Cup Ranking

 

Women

 

1st, Janja Garnbret (SLO), 550 Pts

2nd, Jessica Pilz (AUT), 505 Pts

3rd, Kim Ja In (KOR), 354 Pts

 

Full Ranking here:

http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=ranking&cat=ICC_F&cup=18_WC

 

Men

 

1st, Jakob Schubert (AUT), 495 Pts

2nd, Stefano Ghisolfi (ITA), 466 Pts

3rd, Romain Desgranges (FRA), 356 Pts

 

Full Ranking here:

http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=ranking&cat=ICC_M&cup=18_WC

 

 

2018/2019 Speed Final World Cup Ranking

 

Women

 

1st, Anouck Jaubert (FRA), 550 Pts

2nd, Aries Susanti Rahayu (INA), 420 Pts

3rd, Iuliia Kaplina (RUS), 414 Pts

 

Full Ranking here:

http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=ranking&cat=ICC_FS&cup=18_WC

 

Men

 

1st, Danyil Boldyrev (UKR), 413 Pts

2nd, Dmitrii Timofeev (RUS), 396 Pts

3rd, Reza Alipour (IRI), 350 Pts

 

Full Ranking here:

http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=ranking&cat=ICC_MS&cup=18_WC

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and at the end of the season, also some "minor" awards have been given...

 

 

the first one, is the Overall World Cup, which was won by :AUT Jakob Schubert among the men and by :SLO Janja Garnbret among the women...

 

here you can find the complete rankings...

 

Women: http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php?option=com_ifsc&view=ranking2018

 

Men: http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php?option=com_ifsc&view=ranking2018

 

 

meanwhile the Nations Ranking in the 3 special disciplines went to:

 

Lead: :SLO Slovenia

Full Ranking: http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=nat_team_ranking&cup=17_wc&cat=1,2

 

Boulder: :JPN Japan

Full Ranking: http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=nat_team_ranking&cup=18_wc&cat=5,6

 

Speed: :RUS Russia

Full Ranking: http://www.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php/world-competition#!type=nat_team_ranking&cup=18_wc&cat=23,24

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and for 2018 that's all, folks...:pope:

see you next season...I hope...:fingers::lol:

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5 minutes ago, phelps said:

and for 2018 that's all, folks...:pope:

see you next season...I hope...:fingers::lol:

 

Too bad I always just see these World Cups after they're finished, but I very much enjoyed watching almost all (final) action at the world championships and definitely want to see this sport more often :cheer: 

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