Keyword: Miho Nonaka
Janja Garnbret prevailed in the combined format at the Sport Climbing World Championships. Silver and bronze go to Jessica Pilz and Ai Mori.
After the first tour stops of the year in Asia, the international climbing elite will compete at the IFSC Bouldering and Speed World Cup in Salt Lake City from May 19th to 21st. Here you will find the most important information and the live stream.
France's Mejdi Schalk confirms Hachioji's strong performance to win his second gold medal of the season in Korea. In the women's category, Miho Nonaka from Japan is back on the podium.
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 IFSC Bouldering World Cup in Salt Lake City, Team Austria had a strong start and had two finalists each. The youngsters then secured the podium places: 18-year-old Mejdi Schalck won ahead of the Japanese Ogata and Kawamata. In the women's category, Grossman won ahead of Raboutou and Nonaka.
The first IFSC World Cup (discipline bouldering) of the season will take place in Meiringen on April 16 and 17, 2021.
Miho Nonaka is one of the strongest boulderers in the world. In the following video you will get to know the 21-year-old Japanese better. https://vimeo.com/207595414 Profile First name, last name: Miho Nonaka Age: 21 years (21....
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