Czech Republic’s Adam Ondra claimed the men’s title at the International Federation of Sport Climbing Bouldering World Cup in Meiringen in Switzerland.
Ondra was in impressive form on the second day of competition, leading the semi-final standings at the season-opening event with four tops.
He repeated the feat in the final, with four tops earning him glory at Haslital Climbing Center.
Japan’s Tomoa Narasaki finished runner-up after achieving three tops.
The podium was rounded off by his team-mate Rei Sugimoto.
In the women's competition, Slovenia’s Janja Garnbret and Japan’s Akiyo Noguchi topped the semi-final standings.
GARNBRET killed the unstoppable W4 securing her victory! If NOGUCHI can top she'll move up to second. #IFSCwc— IFSC (@IFSClimbing) April 6, 2019
Garnbret edged out her rival in the final to claim victory.
Noguchi was forced to settle for second and Britain's Shauna Coxsey rounded off the podium places.
The event comes shortly after the recommendation to include sport climbing on the Olympic programme at Paris 2024.
Sport climbing is set to make its Games debut at Tokyo 2020.
The semi-finals and finals in the men’s and women’s events are scheduled to take place tomorrow.