Silver for Shauna Coxsey in Haiyang IFSC World Cup

by Mina Leslie-Wujastyk Jun/2014
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+Shauna Coxsey defending her lead in the IFSC Boulder World Cup, Haiyang, 2014, 59 kb
Shauna Coxsey defending her lead in the IFSC Boulder World Cup, Haiyang, 2014
UKC News, Jun 2014
© IFSC/Heiko Wilhelm

This weekend (20th and 21st of June 2014) saw the seventh round of the IFSC Bouldering World Cup held in Haiyang, China. Shauna took Silver and so has dropped to 2nd place overall going into the last round of the World Cup in Laval next weekend.

Top 6 results:

Women:

  1. Akiyo Noguchi
  2. Shauna Coxsey
  3. Anna Stohr
  4. Dinara Fakhritdinova
  5. Jule Wurm
  6. Miho Nonaka

Men:

  1. Jan Hojer
  2. Shaun McColl
  3. GiGi Glarion-Mondet
  4. Jongwon Chon
  5. Tomoa Narasaki
  6. Stefano Ghisolfi

GB Results:

2nd: Shauna Coxsey

16th: Nathan Phillips

Shauna is now behind Akiyo Noguchi in the overall World Cup ranking and to regain 1st place, must finish ahead of Akiyo in the final World Cup round in Laval next weekend.

+Shauna Coxsey on the podium having won Silver in Haiyang, 2014, 228 kb
Shauna Coxsey on the podium having won Silver in Haiyang, 2014
UKC News, Jun 2014
© IFSC/Heiko Wilhelm

You can watch the finals below:


The GB Bouldering Team is supported by: BMC, Sherpa Adventure Gear and Crowd Funding


Forums ( Read More... | 16 comments, 27 Jun 2014 )
Rankings are here http://egw.ifsc-climbing.org/index.php?page_name=ranglist&cat=5&show_calc=1&cup=131 All Anna's scores are there. Akiyo has 565 with a worst score of 4th (55 points) so if she comes 4th or...
Graeme Alderson - 25 Jun 2014

Can you show us the maffs? The ratings are up now (but Anna's still missing results) but it still looks like she's on a theoretical maximum of 541 after 8 rounds, with Akiyo and Shauna on 508 and 505 respectively plus...
winhill - 25 Jun 2014

The comp finished on Sunday so the guys left China on Monday, they got home LATE on Monday. Into the office sometime on Tuesday, unload etc then start uploading the footage from what was effectively 3 World Cups. Not...
Graeme Alderson - 25 Jun 2014

//www.youtube.com/watch?v=svBb8HxoNQc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nGoXwgKHtg apparently they couldn't upload from China as youtube access is restrictedIn reply to Duncan Campbell - UKC: ...
abarro81 - 25 Jun 2014

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