The World Cup season started this morning at the Haslital Mountain Festival in Meiringen. A great atmosphere, a large audience and great performances are the first interim conclusion of the first competition of the 2017 season.

115 athletes from 35 different nations fought this morning at the first Boulder World Cup of the season in Meiringen to make it to tomorrow's semi-finals. The Japanese Kokoro Fujii made the most tops in the men's qualification with the fewest attempts. Unfortunately, none of the men among the Swiss athletes could use the home advantage and qualify for the semi-finals. Jan Hojer and David Firnenburg secured the semi-finals for Germany. Unfortunately, the Austrians also received nothing. The women’s qualification runs until 20.00 p.m.

Tomorrow LACRUX will be there and report on the semifinals and finals from Meiringen. Stay Tuned! Do not forget:

Ranking qualification Boulder World Cup Meiringen men

Rank NAME Nation Semi-Final 1. Qualification 2. Qualification
1 FUJII Kokoro JPN 5t6 5b6
1 TOPISHKO Sergii UKR 5t15 5b9
3 RUBTSOV  Aleksei RUSSIAN 5t8 5b8
3 SCHRÖTER Thilo Jeldrik NOR 5t16 5b12
5 CHON Jongwon KOR 4t9 5b11
5 KRUDER Jernej SLO 5t10 5b9
7 MAWEM Michael FRA 4t9 4b8
7 Watabe Keita JPN 5t12 5b6
9 Narasaki Meichi JPN 5t12 5b7
9 Ogata Yoshiyuki JPN 4t11 5b13
11 CORNU Manual FRA 5t13 5b11
11 RUGENS Roland LAT 4t13 4b13


Thilo Schröter in qualifying at the World Cup in Meiringen

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