Viktoriia Meshkova of Russia topped the women's lead qualifying at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) European Championships in Moscow after clinching the bouldering title yesterday.
The 20-year-old was among four athletes to finish the lead qualifiers on 3.16 points at the Irina Viner-Usmanova Gymnastics Palace.
Compatriot Daria Mezentseva, Belgium's Chloe Caulier and Eliska Adamovska of the Czech Republic also top the standings.
Germany's Hannah Meul and Russia's Olesya Prosekova finished on 5.1, while Molly Thompson-Smith of Britain managed 7.21.
In total, 26 athletes out of 32 competitors qualified for tomorrow's semi-finals.
Hannes Puman of Sweden and Sascha Lehmann of Switzerland both finished on 2.24 in the men's lead qualifying.
Russia's Dmitrii Fakirianov achieved 3.32, with Israel's Nimrod Marcus and Yuval Shemla on 3.87.
Again, 26 athletes qualified for the next round, although there was a bigger field of 40 participants.
The men's and women's finals are set to follow the semi-finals tomorrow.