Coxsey Third in Overall World Cup + Munich Results

by Jack Geldard - UKC Chief Editor Aug/2012
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Despite being unable to compete in the final round of the Bouldering World Cup last weekend due to a broken leg, British bouldering and lead climbing champion Shauna Coxsey has still come an impressive third place in the overall World Cup. Her third place comes from her high scoring positions in the earlier rounds of the competition.

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+Stew Watson competing in the Arco Rockmaster 2010, 155 kb
Stew Watson competing in the Arco Rockmaster 2010
UKC News, Aug 2010
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The World Cup is a series of six events and the scores from each event are added together for the overall winner.

The final World Cup round this year was held in Munich, Germany and the winners of that round were Akiyo Noguchi of Japan and Dmitrii Sharafutdinov of Russia.

Team GB put in an awesome performance, with an on-form Stew Watson coming in 6th place in the Munich round and 15th place overall. Mina Leslie-Wujastyk also ranked highly overall with an impressive 19th place.

  • Top results are listed below - but for full results see the IFSC Website

+Shauna Coxsey stretching for the title as well as the finishing hold on problem 3 of the 2012 BBCs, 221 kb
Shauna Coxsey stretching for the title as well as the finishing hold on problem 3 of the 2012 BBCs
UKC News, Jul 2012
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World Cup Results: Munich Round

Boulder Men
1 Dmitrii Sharafutdinov 1986 RUS 4t10 4b9
2 Sean McColl 1987 CAN 4t10 4b10
3 Jakob Schubert 1990 AUT 3t10 4b17
4 Rustam Gelmanov 1987 RUS 3t11 3b11
5 Rei Sugimoto 1991 JPN 2t5 2b3
6 Stewart Watson 1984 GBR 2t8 3b9

Boulder Women
1 Akiyo Noguchi 1989 JPN 4t4 4b4
2 Anna Stöhr 1988 AUT 4t5 4b5
3 Juliane Wurm 1990 GER 4t6 4b5
4 Melissa Le Neve 1989 FRA 4t10 4b6
5 Anna Gallyamova 1986 RUS 4t11 4b9
6 Mélanie Sandoz 1987 FRA 0t 4b9

World Cup Results: Overall Results for 2012

Men
1. Rustam Gelmanov RUS 400.00
2. Kilian Fischhuber AUT 354.00
3. Jakob Schubert AUT 318.00
4. Dmitrii Sharafutdinov RUS 304.00
5. Sean McColl CAN 281.00
6. Guillaume Glairon Mondet FRA 261.00
7. Rei SUGIMOTO JPN 204.00
8. Thomas Caleyron FRA 158.00
9. Jonas Baumann GER 140.00
10. Jernej Kruder SLO 126.00
11. Jorg Verhoeven NED 118.00
12. Tsukuru Hori JPN 112.00
13. Lukas Ennemoser AUT 107.00
14. Alexey Rubtsov RUS 104.00
15. Stewart Watson GBR 100.00
16. Stefan Danker GER 91.00
17. Klemen Becan SLO 90.00
18. Loïc Gaidioz FRA 84.00
19. Jeremy Bonder FRA 78.00
20. Jan Hojer GER 75.00

Women
1. Anna Stöhr AUT 425.00
2. Akiyo Noguchi JPN 394.00
3. Shauna Coxsey GBR 350.00
4. Mina Markovic SLO 304.00
5. Alex Puccio USA 245.00
6. Melissa Le Neve FRA 238.00
Juliane Wurm GER 238.00
8. Mélanie Sandoz FRA 191.00
9. Momoka ODA JPN 189.00
10. Jain Kim KOR 171.00
11. Katharina Saurwein AUT 162.00
12. Anne-Laure Chevrier FRA 145.00
13. Anna Gallyamova RUS 137.00
14. Monika Retschy GER 127.00
15. Cecile AVEZOU FRA 109.00
16. Olga Iakovleva RUS 89.00
17. Tatiana Shemulinkina RUS 82.00
18. Vera Zijlstra NED 59.00
Joint 19. Yana Chereshneva RUS 58.00
Joint 19. Mina Leslie-Wujastyk GBR 58.00


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