Slovenia's world champion Janja Garnbret will seek a third consecutive women's bouldering gold medal at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup that starts in Chongqing, China tomorrow.
World champion Janja Garnbret of Slovenia won the women's bouldering at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup in Moscow.
Slovenia's Janja Garnbret and Jernej Kruder topped the women's and men's bouldering qualification events, respectively, at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) Climbing World Cup in Moscow.
Japan’s 21-year-old Bouldering World Cup champion Miho Nonaka, a model of consistency this season, added victory in the annual adidas Rockstars event to her CV as she held off the strong challenge of 29-year-old defending champion Alex Puccio of the United States.
Jernej Kruder of Slovenia and Japan’s Miho Nonaka secured the respective men’s and women’s Bouldering World Cup titles at the International Sport Climbing Federation’s season finale in Munich – but in very different fashion.
Overall women's leader Miho Nonaka of Japan maintained her superb level of consistency as she qualified equal first for tomorrow’s semi-finals at the last International Federation of Sport Climbing Bouldering World Cup of the season.
Miho Nonaka's extraordinary consistency in the this year’s International Federation of Sport Climbing Bouldering World Cup series means she arrives at the final stop in Munich with a narrow five-point lead in the overall standings over fellow Japanese climber Akiyo Noguchi.