Yesterday, Sunday, the lead final for women and men took place in Innsbruck. In the men's category, the Swiss Sascha Lehmann won gold, in the women's category it was once again the Slovenian Janja Garnbret who stood on top of the podium.
From June 14th to 18th, 2023, the world's best climbers will meet in Innsbruck for the IFSC Bouldering and Lead World Cup. We have put together the most important information and the live stream for you.
Remco Graas loves to be active in the mountains. The bigger the goal, the better. From his workplace he has a direct view of the Innsbruck skyline, the Nordkette. This is how the idea was born to cross the entire skyline in one day.
Janja Garnbret reported back to the competition in Innsbruck and secured the 33rd gold medal of her World Cup career with her victory. Colin Duffy wrote climbing history: The American was the first athlete to win both the Bouldering and the Lead World Cup at the same event.
The American Natalia Grossman finished the last Bouldering World Cup of the season again as the best and also crowned her overall World Cup victory with the gold medal in Innsbruck. Hot on their heels was Germany's Hannah Meul, who won her second silver medal in a row. The podium was completed by the Japanese Miho Nonaka.
At the last Bouldering World Cup of the season, American Colin Duffy won his first World Cup gold. He won in Innsbruck ahead of Dohyun Lee from Korea and the Japanese Yoshiyuki Ogata, who was crowned bouldering season champion thanks to his consistently strong performance.
From June 21st to 26th, the best climbers in the world will compete in the disciplines of paraclimbing, bouldering and lead at the IFSC Climbing World Cup in Innsbruck. Here you will find the most important information and live streams for the competition.
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