PHOTOS: Chamonix Lead World Cup

by Anna Piunova / Mountain.RU Jul/2010
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Professional photographer Anna Piunova from the Russian website Mountain.RU was at the Chamonix World Cup last Monday.

UKC reported on the event last week, you can read the report here: UKC Report.

The winners of the first 2010 Lead World Cup were Charlotte Durif and Ramon Julian Puigblanque.

Anna Piunova has taken a superb gallery of photographs from the Chamonix World Cup event, which are shown here:

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All photographs by Anna Piunova of Mountain.ru

This weekend just gone (17th and 18th of July 2010) saw the Arco Rockmaster event in Italy. UKC were in attendance and a full photo and video report is due to be published this week. Stay tuned.

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