Keyword: Sascha Lehmann
Garnbret and Anraku consistently strong, Schubert upping the ante in the lead: results of semi-finals combined format
Sorato Anraku and Janja Garnbret march straight through the combined semifinals towards the Olympic ticket.
For a total of 12 days in August, the international climbing scene will compete at the Climbing and Paraclimbing World Championships 2023 in Bern's Postfinance Arena. Which Swiss athletes are in pole position? And which climbers from abroad are hotly traded? An overview.
The highlight of the current competition season is the Climbing World Championships in Bern in less than two months. We asked various professionals in the DACH region how they prepare for this superlative event.
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.
Successful title defense: Natalie Bärtschi and Julien Clémence crowned themselves Swiss champions in the bouldering discipline on Saturday evening, April 1, in the L'Entrepôt climbing hall in Bulle. Jil Couture and Romain Sabatier win the title in the U18 category.
At the IFSC World Cup in Koper, 20-year-old Slovenian Luka Potocar won his first World Cup gold. The Swiss Sascha Lehmann climbed to second place. The Japanese Ai Mori caused a surprise for the women: she beat the house favorite Janja Garnbret on her comeback in the competition circus.
With a big show in front of a home audience, Janja Garnbret won the Lead World Cup in Slovenia. In the men's category, the Japanese Masahiro Higuchi won. This also makes it clear who the overall winners are.
The third Lead World Cup of the 2021 season ended yesterday evening in Chamonix, France, where the Italian Laura Rogora and the American Sean Bailey took first place in the women's and men's finals.
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