IFSC Lead Gold for Ondra in Imst

by Duncan Campbell - UKC Aug/2014
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The IFSC Lead World Cup is now in full swing and recently there have been two rounds in Imst, Austria and Briancon, France. Czech superstar Adam Ondra won the Men's competition in Imst (1st - 2nd August), with Magdalena Rock from Austria winning the Female competition. In the Briancon round (19th July) the winners were; Japan's Sachi Amma in the Men's and Korea's Kim Jain in the women's competition. 

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+Adam Ondra on the podium at the IFSC Imst Lead World Cup, 2014, 189 kb
Adam Ondra on the podium at the IFSC Imst Lead World Cup, 2014
UKC News, Aug 2014
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After a disappointing disqualification in Chamonix after accidentally skipping a clip low down, Adam Ondra took Gold in the recent Imst competition alongside Magdalena Rock in the female competition. Here are the results:

Men:

  1. Adam Ondra (CZE)
  2. Sean McColl (CAN)
  3. Jakob Schubert (AUT)
  4. Romain Desgranges (FRA)
  5. Gautier Supper (FRA)
  6. Ramon Julian Puigblanque (ESP)

Women:

  1. Magdalena Rock (AUT)
  2. Kim Jain (KOR)
  3. Jessica Pilz (AUT)
  4. Anak Verhoeven (BEL)
  5. Mina Markovic (SLO)
  6. Risa Ota (JPN)

You can watch the Imst Finals below:

Click HERE to watch the Imst Semi-Finals.

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Austria's Jakob Schubert competing in Briancon 2014
UKC News, Aug 2014
© Heiko Wilhelm/IFSC

In Briancon, the Finals were cancelled due to heavy thunderstorms, with the results being taken from the Semi-Finals, which were as follows:

Men:

  1. Sachi Amma (JPN)
  2. Romain Desgranges (FRA)
  3. Jakob Schubert (AUT)
  4. Ramon Julian Puigblanque (ESP)
  5. Gautier Supper (FRA)
  6. Sean McColl (CAN)

Women:

  1. Kim Jain (KOR)
  2. Magdalena Rock (AUT)
  3. Anak Verhoeven (BEL
  4. Maja Vidmar (SLO)
  5. Momoka Oda (JPN)
  6. Mina Markovic (SLO)

You can watch the Semi-Finals below:

Keep up-to-date with the IFSC Competition calendar and news here: IFSC-climbing.org


 


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