The Moscow round of the bouldering and speed World Cup was last weekend and the full results are now available on the IFSC Website.
No British climbers were entered in the competition, but the big names of Adam Ondra, Killian Fischuber, Anna Stohr and Kim Jain all put in appearances and climbed well.
Ondra won the round, which is the first time the Czech youngster has placed first in any WC round this year. Anna Stohr seemed to regain some of last year's exceptional form coming in first place in the women's.
Top Three Results in all Categories from the Moscow Round:
|W O M E N bouldering complete result|
|M E N bouldering complete result|
|M E N speed complete result|
|W O M E N speed complete result|
To see the current rankings visit the IFSC Website.
The World Cup comes to Cliffhanger in Millhouses Park, Sheffield over the weekend of the 3rd and 4th of July.
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