Shauna Coxsey earned her fourth World Cup victory of the season in Innsbruck ©IFSC

Britain’s Shauna Coxsey secured her fourth International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup victory of the season after producing another strong display in Innsbruck, Austria.

Coxsey has been the dominant force in women’s bouldering competition in the early stages of the World Cup season, having won the opening events in Kazo and Meiringen.

She has since been able to add to those triumphs with victory in Chongqing and has now fended off competition in Innsbruck after topping the standings in both the semi-final and final.

Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret was the Briton’s closest challenger at the Olympiaworld arena, but was forced to settle for the silver medal.

The podium was completed by Japan’s Miho Nonaka, who held off the challenge of the United States’ Megan Mascarenas and home favourite Anna Stohr to claim the bronze.

South Korea’s Chon Jongwon claimed his first World Cup win of the season in the men’s event, after an impressive display in the final.

South Korea’s Chon Jongwon ended his wait for a World Cup victory this season
South Korea’s Chon Jongwon ended his wait for a World Cup victory this season ©IFSC

The 20-year-old had finished as the bronze medallist in Chongqing, but the world junior champion finished ahead of Japan’s Tomoa Narasaki to secure gold.

Canada’s Sean McColl secured the bronze, ahead of Latvia’s Rolands Rugens.

The major surprise came when Kazakhstan's Rustam Gelmanov, winner of the Kazo World Cup event, and Chongqing silver medallist Jan Hojer of Germany, failed to qualify for the semi-finals.